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PewDiePie Is the Most-Watched YouTube Creator of 2019 With 4 Billion Views

After PewDiePie, the most-viewed YouTube creators of 2019 are: Brazilian vlogger Felipe Neto (2.8 billion); animation channel Pencilmation (2.8 billion); Dutch gaming creator Jelly (2.5 billion); David Dobrik (2.4 billion); trick-shot artists Dude Perfect (2.3 billion); creator-philanthropist MrBeast (2.2 billion); Australian gamer LazarBeam (2 billion); Fischer’s, a seven-member Japanese vlog crew (1.9 billion); and Canadian cosplayer-gamer AzzyLand (1.9 billion). – Todd Spangler, Variety » https://trib.al/Ni1TUhA [photo: Pewdiepie, Youtube]

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YouTube confirms it has removed some Trump campaign ads

Google also does not disclose specifics about why an ad may have been taken down. In the transparency tool, blocked ads are covered up by a message explaining that the ads have violated Google’s advertising policies, and links to a page outlining what Google allows and disallows on its platforms. But Google’s tool does not explain what specific policy an offending ad has violated. – Brian Fung, CNN » https://ift.tt/380zVt1

FBI raided millionaire YouTuber’s home, allegedly took everything

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Specifically, the YouTuber claims he is being investigated, not only for tax evasion and potential money laundering but also for his Gears Reloaded service. Carrasquillo states the service exploits a legal “grey area” in regard to copyright infringement by giving users access to channels like HBO, Showtime, Cinemax, and Stars. – Mikael Thalen, The Daily Dot » https://ift.tt/2OelFVp [photo: Bill Omar Carrasquillo, YouTube]

YouTube needs to chill with its annoying Premium spam

Google’s efforts here have made sure I, and I bet many others, will never touch YouTube Music or YouTube Premium. I absolutely loathe both of these services to the point where I’m left swearing at my phone like an idiot, simply because these stubborn ads keep appearing on top of the YouTube videos I’m trying to watch. – Tom Warren, The Verge » https://trib.al/M0FbpqL

‘Royalty-Free’ Music Supplied By YouTube Results in Mass Video Demonetization

In common with many YouTubers, Matt didn’t want any copyright issues on his channel. So, to play things safely, he obtained the track ‘Dreams‘ by Joakim Karud from YouTube’s very own audio library for use in his intro. Unfortunately, this strategy of obtaining supposedly risk-free music from a legitimate source still managed to backfire. – Andy, TorrentFreak » https://ift.tt/2NYyROk

YouTuber PewDiePie Is More Liked Than Lebron James Among Gen Z Males, Study Finds

The findings come from research firm Morning Consult, which surveyed Gen Z and millennial consumers to gauge sentiment toward influencers. The study found 88% of those surveyed said it’s important for influencers to genuinely care about their interests, which “inspiration,” “aspiration” and “voyeurism” among the top reasons young Americans follow influencers. – Todd Spangler, Deadline Hollywood » https://trib.al/t7qNBF8 [photo:PewDiePie]

YouTube debuts the trailer for its first interactive film

According to YouTube, the special includes 31 possible endings and 61 videos, with a variety of “life-or-death” decisions along the way. While A Heist with Markiplier is the company’s first “choose your own adventure” program, it’s not the first for Markiplier. In 2017, the content creator released A Date with Markiplier, which featured 10 possible endings. – Igor Bonifacic, Engadget » https://engt.co/31CYdF2 [photo: YouTube]

YouTuber PewDiePie Banned In China For Pooh Jokes About President Xi

The 29-year-old UK-based PewDiePie (real name: Felix Kjellberg) has posted a nearly-17-minute video on YouTube (watch it below) announcing that he’d been deleted from Chinese websites after posting a video last week supporting South Park and joining in the President Xi-looks-like-Winnie the Pooh memes. – Greg Evans, Deadline Hollywood » http://dlvr.it/RGfY8Q [photo: PewDiePie]

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