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YouTube will now allow creators to monetize videos about coronavirus and COVID-19

Instead, YouTube says ads will be enabled on “a limited number of channels” including those belonging to news partners and creators “who accurately self-certify.” The latter is a more questionable choice, as it opens up monetization to any creator using YouTube’s self-labeling system, not just news organizations or trusted health authorities. – Sarah Perez, TechCrunch » https://ift.tt/38GYQAV

Exclusive: Google plans new Chromecast Ultra based on Android TV (w/ remote!)

We don’t yet have any information on pricing or availability for the 2nd gen Chromecast, but we’d assume it was originally planned to launch at Google I/O 2020 alongside the Pixel 4a. Given that that event is no longer happening thanks to coronavirus concerns, it’s uncertain when we’ll see the latest round of Made by Google devices. – Stephen Hall, 9to5Google » https://ift.tt/38zXkAs

Netflix Orders Animated Comedy Series ‘Mulligan’ From Tina Fey & Robert Carlock

Netflix has ordered 20 episodes of animated comedy series Mulligan, from Tina Fey and Robert Carlock (30 Rock, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt) and their Little Stranger and Bevel Gears banners, writer Sam Means (Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt) 3 Arts Entertainment, Bento Box Entertainment and Universal Television. – Denise Petski, Deadline Hollywood » https://ift.tt/2vQWUZb

Disney Unveils More Than 850 Titles Landing on Disney+ U.K. Upon Launch

The launch package for Disney+ U.K. is set to include more than 500 films and 350 series, plus a slate of 26 exclusive Disney+ Originals. Like the U.S. offering, it includes titles from the Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars and National Geographic stables, including the likes of Captain Marvel, Black Panther, Star Wars episodes 1-8 (Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker will be arriving at a later date), Toy Story 4, Finding Dory, Science Fair and Jane. – Alex Ritman, The Hollywood Reporter » https://ift.tt/2VPKeMP [photo: Disney+]

74% set to stop paying for pay-TV within five years

The report also found that almost two-thirds of UK consumers spend up to £20 per month on video services while 30% of UK customers report that all their video spend is for online streaming services. In the UK, 40% of consumers state they are willing to pay up to £35 per month for online video services, this rises to 47% in the U.S, that are willing to pay up to $35 monthly. – Joseph O’Halloran, Rapid TV News » https://ift.tt/2VJX4vZ [photo: Orin Zebest/Flickr]

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