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Here are the latest posts about YouTube on Writers Write:

  • Report: Startups Trying to Lure YouTube Stars Away From YouTube (2014-12-09): A report in the Wall Street Journal says startups and Facebook are trying to lure YouTube talent away from YouTube.

  • Google+ to Power YouTube Comments (2013-09-25): YouTube has announced that it is upgrading the comment system on YouTube. The comment will be pwoered by the Google+ service starting this week to allow threaded discussion.

  • YouTube Announces One Billion Monthly User Mark (2013-03-21): YouTube says it now gets more than a billion unique users every single month.

  • YouTube Adds Video Editor (2011-09-18): YouTube added a new video editor last week.

  • YouTube Alters YouTube Music Page (2011-08-22): YouTube is altering its music page again.

  • YouTube Lets Users Mark Videos as Unlisted (2010-05-13): YouTube reports here that they will let users mark videos as "unlisted.

  • YouTube Producer Gets $30 Million Contract (2010-01-11): A YouTube movie producer has a landed a $30 million contract for a Hollywood film thanks to his impressive short film called Ataque de Panico.

  • YouTube Now Serving One Billion Video Views Daily (2009-10-10): YouTube announced this week that they are now serving one billion video views each day.

  • YouTube to Monetize Viral Videos (2009-08-25): YouTube has a post today that says Google is opening up the YouTube Partnership Program to include "individual popular videos.

  • Some Youtubers Strike Video Gold (2008-12-12): The New York Times has an article about how a few YouTubers using YouTube's partner program are generating six-figure incomes.

  • YouTube Implements Stricter Standards on Content and Thumbnails (2008-12-06): YouTube recently announced some changes that includes stricter standards for mature content and methods for preventing users from gaming YouTube with false descriptions or thumbnails.

  • New Rules Let Congress Use Third-Party Websites (2008-10-07): CNET reports that new House rules allow members of Congress to post content on third-party websites such as YouTube or Twitter.

  • YouTube's Reluctance to Offer Live Streaming Leaves Opportunity For Others (2008-08-14): Silicon Alley Insider reports that YouTube is apparently not ready to offer live streaming as previously thought.

  • YouTube Acquires Omnisio (2008-07-30): Google's YouTube has blogged that they have acquired a video editing/mashup tool called Omnisio.

  • Music Videos Take Over YouTube's Most Viewed List (2008-07-27): Music videos are dominating YouTube's list of the most viewed videos of all-time.

  • YouTomb Site Keeps Data About Videos Removed From YouTube (2008-07-07): Everyday numerous videos are removed from YouTube.

  • The Queen Launches YouTube Channel (2007-12-23): The Queen of England and the British Monarchy have launched a YouTube Channel.

  • Alanis Morissette is Vlogging (2007-12-08): Singer Alanis Morissette has started vlogging on her YouTube channel.

  • YouTube's So Bright I Gotta Wear Shades (2007-10-26): YouTube.

  • NBC Terminates YouTube Channel (2007-10-24): Last year, NBC set up a channel on YouTube that featured clips from NBC including Saturday Night Live clips.