LOS ANGELES — “YouTube is over.”
That’s what many YouTube creators declared Thursday on Twitter after learning some of their videos have content considered inappropriate for advertising.
But their dramatic reactions may be too premature. Here’s a breakdown of why.
How did the latest YouTube drama begin?
YouTuber Phil DeFranco, known for his videos about news and pop culture, uploaded a video Wednesday titled “YouTube Is Shutting Down My Channel and I’m Not Sure What To Do.”
In it, he said YouTube issued him warnings about roughly 40 of his videos, citing some of his language and the topics he covers are “not advertiser friendly.” Read more…
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