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Plex’s secret weapon: cross-media integrations

Plex’s secret weapon: cross-media integrations Plex’s expansion beyond a home media organizer to becoming a centralized platform for all your media, gives the company a distinct advantage. By tying all media together under one roof — streaming music, podcasts, web shows and video of all sorts — Plex is able to add […]

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YouTube starts limiting ad targeting and data collection on kids content

YouTube starts limiting ad targeting and data collection on kids content YouTube now officially limits the amount of data it and creators can collect on content intended for children, following promises made in November and a costly $170 million FTC fine in September. Considering how lucrative kids’ content is for the company, […]

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YouTube Music adds three new personalized playlists, including its Spotify Discover Weekly rival

YouTube Music adds three new personalized playlists, including its Spotify Discover Weekly rival YouTube Music is taking on Spotify, Apple Music and others with the launch of three personalized playlists, including its own version of Spotify’s Discover Weekly, called Discover Mix, as well as a New Release Mix and Your Mix. Discover […]

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How the founder of Pocketwatch sees the future of children’s entertainment

How the founder of Pocketwatch sees the future of children’s entertainment When Chris Williams founded entertainment platform Pocketwatch in 2017, he was certain that no one had yet found the right way to work with the generation of children’s talent finding its audience on platforms like YouTube. Convinced that packaging creators under […]

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YouTube asks the FTC to clarify how video creators should comply with COPPA ruling

YouTube asks the FTC to clarify how video creators should comply with COPPA ruling YouTube is asking the U.S. Federal Trade Commission for further clarification and better guidance to help video creators understand how to comply with the FTC’s guidelines set forth as part of YouTube’s settlement with the regulator over its […]

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Apple Music dives deeper into concert streaming with Billie Eilish

Apple Music dives deeper into concert streaming with Billie Eilish As music streaming apps struggle to differentiate, Apple is making concert video a more central part of its strategy with tonight’s big Billie Eilish show at its HQ’s Steve Jobs Theater. The Apple Music Awards concert will be streaming live and then […]

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In “60 Minutes” appearance, YouTube’s CEO offers a master class in moral equivalency

In “60 Minutes” appearance, YouTube’s CEO offers a master class in moral equivalency Susan Wojcicki may be one of the most powerful women in Silicon Valley, but she also holds the unenviable role of being ultimately responsible for a lot of garbage that we, along with our parents, siblings, friends, neighbors, colleagues, […]

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Daily Crunch: YouTube redesigns its homepage

Daily Crunch: YouTube redesigns its homepage The Daily Crunch is TechCrunch’s roundup of our biggest and most important stories. If you’d like to get this delivered to your inbox every day at around 9am Pacific, you can subscribe here. 1. YouTube’s homepage redesign focuses on usability, giving you control over recommendations The […]

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Shopping ads come to YouTube’s home feed and search results

Shopping ads come to YouTube’s home feed and search results There’s a new kind of ad coming to YouTube . Google announced today the launch of Shopping ads on YouTube, which lets brands advertise their products and services right in the YouTube home feed and search results. For example, if a user […]

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Facebook should ban campaign ads. End the lies.

Facebook should ban campaign ads. End the lies. Permitting falsehood in political advertising would work if we had a model democracy, but we don’t. Not only are candidates dishonest, but voters aren’t educated, and the media isn’t objective. And now, hyperlinks turn lies into donations and donations into louder lies. The checks […]

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