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VIDEO: Broadway Favorite Hayley Podschun Welcomes Theatre Friends to THE BROADWAY BACHELORETTE

Missed the latest Bachelor episode Want to know what your favorite Broadway performers think of the most dramatic season ever Tune in to THE BROADWAY BACHELORETTE on YouTube where each Tuesday afternoon, Broadway's own Bachelorette, Hayley Podschun recaps all things Bachelor Nation with your favorite Broadway friends and her dog, Maisey from her bed [Author: Stage Tube]
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Peloton instructors become Instagram stars, the influencer PR power list, and a TikTok famous cat

Welcome to this week's Influencer Dashboard newsletter! As you likely know, this is Amanda Perelli, and I'll be briefing you on what's new in the business of influencers and creators. First up, my colleague Dan Whateley and I highlighted the top 14 PR pros and publicists for YouTube creators, Instagram influencers, and other digital stars. With the rise of social-media influencers, top public relations firms have developed digital departments and now work with popular creators, particularly hel...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Facebook, New York, Instagram, Youtube, Germany, Boston, Massachusetts, Trends, Tesla, Sprint, Benefit Cosmetics, Ken Burns, Honda, Hulu

YouTube isn't bound by the First Amendment and is free to censor PragerU videos, a court ruled

In 2017 right-wing organization Prager University sued YouTube, claiming the platform had violated its First Amendment rights by flagging some of its videos as "inappropriate." A court on Wednesday ruled in YouTube's favor, saying private companies like YouTube and its parent company Google are not bound by the First Amendment. A lawyer for PragerU said the organization was "disappointed" but would continue to pursue claims that YouTube discriminates against it. Visit Business Insider's homepa...
Tags: Google, California, Youtube, Trends, Nasa, Wall Street Journal, Trump, Prager University, Margaret McKeown, PragerU, Despite YouTube, First Amendment Circuit Judge, Peter Obstler

How Liquid-Plumr's YouTube influencer campaign increased sales

Liquid-Plumr has aired some funny ads over the years, but recent sales results weren’t making executives at the Clorox Co., the brand's corporate parent, smile. Turning to influencers has changed things, though, as Editor at Large Jack Neff writes in the latest case study for Ad Age Studio 30, reversing more than three years of sales and share declines. Interpublic’s FCB remains creative agency of record, as it’s been since a broader agency review in 2016. But its first campaign for the brand...
Tags: Youtube, Advertising, San Francisco, Fcb, Interpublic, Clorox Co, Clorox, Jonsson, CPG, Jack Neff, Reach Agency, Bryan Clurman, Clurman

Facebook Would Have To Pay $3.50 Per Month To US Users For Sharing Contact Info, Study Finds

German Facebook users would want the social media platform to pay them about $8 per month for sharing their contact information, while U.S. users would only seek $3.50, according to a study of how people in various countries value their private information. From a report: The study by U.S. based think tank the Technology Policy Institute (TPI) is the first that attempts to quantify the value of online privacy and data. It assessed how much privacy is worth in six countries by looking at the habi...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Youtube, US, Tech, Argentina, Reuters, Facebook Inc, TPI, Technology Policy Institute TPI, United States Germany Mexico Brazil Columbia, Scott Wallsten

First Amendment Doesn't Apply On YouTube; Judges Reject PragerU Lawsuit

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: YouTube is a private forum and therefore not subject to free-speech requirements under the First Amendment, a US appeals court ruled today (PDF). "Despite YouTube's ubiquity and its role as a public-facing platform, it remains a private forum, not a public forum subject to judicial scrutiny under the First Amendment," the court said. PragerU, a conservative media company, sued YouTube in October 2017, claiming the Google-owned video site "un...
Tags: Google, Youtube, US, Tech, US District Court, US Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit

The top 14 PR pros and publicists for YouTube creators, Instagram influencers, and other digital stars

With the rise of YouTube and Instagram influencers, top public relations firms have developed digital departments and now work with popular creators like David Dobrik and Emma Chamberlain.  Business Insider is recognizing the leading PR agents in the influencer and creator industry, who stand out in how they respond to news events and help clients jump on social trends. We chose these 14 power players based on factors like their roles, responsibilities, and impact on their clients and the infl...
Tags: Florida, New York, Instagram, Minnesota, Nbc, Jimmy Fallon, Youtube, Digital, Los Angeles, Trends, Chicago, Fox, Aol, Justin Bieber, Davis, Jennifer Lopez

How Low Can #1 Go? (2020 Edition)

Posted by Dr-PeteBeing #1 on Google isn't what it used to be. Back in 2013, we analyzed 10,000 searches and found out that the average #1 ranking began at 375 pixels (px) down the page. The worst case scenario, a search for "Disney stock," pushed #1 all the way down to 976px. A lot has changed in seven years, including an explosion of rich SERP (Search Engine Results Page) features, like Featured Snippets, local packs, and video carousels. It feels like the plight of #1 is only getting worse. So...
Tags: Google, Youtube, Wikipedia, Disney, US, Seo, Css, Pete, Dr-Pete, 487px Congratulations

To Fix America’s Broken Recycling System, States Want Companies To Foot the Bill

Like many people of her generation, Shelbi Orme, 27, is an ardent environmentalist. On her YouTube channel, where she calls herself “Shelbizleee” (rhymes with Twizzle), she shares tips with her 200,000-plus subscribers about how to live more sustainably, like catching shower water in a bucket as it is heating up and using it to water plants. But when it came to creating less trash, Orme hit obstacles. She strove to show her followers how to be zero waste, by making sure nothing she consumed...
Tags: News, Congress, California, Youtube, Washington, Oregon, China, Germany, Massachusetts, Environment, Uncategorized, America, San Francisco, Manufacturers, European Union, South Africa

How to distribute your beats

There are many platforms online that can help with advertising and selling licenses to your beats for other artists to use in there music. You can also benefit from distributing your beats to stores through RouteNote. Here’s how we can help you out. The following tips depending on the sort of license you’re handing out to artists. Be sure you know exactly what you’re promising artists in terms of how and where they can use and sell your music before implementing any of the below. Dist...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Google Play, Facebook, Spotify, Music, Instagram, Free, Youtube, Rap, Online, Itunes, Hip-hop, Beats, Stores, Tidal

/Filmcast Ep. 556 – Sonic the Hedgehog

David, Devindra, Jeff come together to review Sonic the Hedgehog, the new film based on the popular video game franchise. Tune in to find out whether the recent digital makeover helped the film in the box office. Watch the highlights from Sonic’s 25th celebration here. Thanks for our sponsors this week: Lensabl and Quip To get 20% off your first lens replacement order, head to and enter code FILM20 at checkout. Go to and get your first re-fill for free! Li...
Tags: Movies, Youtube, David, Sonic the Hedgehog, Engadget, Slashfilmcast, The Show, Sonic, Jeff Cannata, Kyle Hillinger, Devindra, Lensabl, David Devindra Jeff, Facebook Shownotes

How to Get More YouTube Subscribers

If you are a YouTube creator, then you already know that your subscribers are tough cookies. Nowadays, it’s not only hard to gain their trust, interest, and finally subscription, but it’s even harder to be consistent with uploading and quality and keep them satisfied, positive and engaged.  The consistency is the magic word of YouTube, as it triggers platform algorithms to recommend the channel’s content to more viewers. It might look like some kind of sorcery, but it actually isn’t tha...
Tags: Fashion, Technology, Youtube, Audience, Technology & Apps, Content Creator, YouTube Audience Algorithms and Analytics, YouTube 's Terms of Service

ISPRING SUITE 9: Video Demos with Annotations Equals Awesomeness!

If you have content in Microsoft PowerPoint and need to use it for eLearning, you'll be happy to know that the top eLearning tools (Adobe Captivate, Articulate Storyline, and TechSmith Camtasia) allow you to import PowerPoint content and then output HTML5 or videos. In the case of Storyline, the imported PowerPoint content can even be edited from within Storyline post-import.   But what if you wanted your PowerPoint content to stay in PowerPoint and still be able to add eLearning-type ...
Tags: Microsoft, Youtube, Seo, Kevin, U S Coast Guard, Kevin Siegel, IconLogic Inc, Ispring, TechSmith Camtasia Kevin

40 years of game music in 2 minutes (video)

Internet bass legend turned YouTube memer Davie504 breaks down all of the biggest games and gaming moments with one instrument in just over 2 minutes. The post 40 years of game music in 2 minutes (video) appeared first on RouteNote Blog.
Tags: Gaming, Games, Music, Video Games, Youtube, Fun, Davie504, Video Game Music, Game Music

Disney Blocks John Oliver's New Episode Critical of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi

Disney-owned Hotstar, India's largest on-demand video streaming service with more than 300 million users, has blocked the newest episode of HBO's "Last Week Tonight with John Oliver" that was critical of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. From a report: The move has angered many of its customers ahead of Disney+'s launch in one of the world's largest entertainment markets next month. In the episode, aired hours before U.S. President Donald Trump's visit to India, Oliver talked about some of the quest...
Tags: Hbo, Abc, Youtube, John Oliver, India, Disney, Narendra Modi, Tech, Donald Trump, Oliver, Modi, HBO Showtime, India Read, Hotstar India

Disney blocks John Oliver’s new episode critical of India’s PM Modi

Hotstar, India’s largest on-demand video streaming service with over 300 million users, has blocked the newest episode of HBO’s “Last Week Tonight With John Oliver” that was critical of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a move that has angered many of its customers ahead of Disney+’s launch in one of the world’s largest entertainment markets next month. In the episode, aired hours before the U.S. President Donald Trump’s visit to India, Oliver talked about some of the questionable policies enfo...
Tags: Amazon, Asia, Hbo, Media, Entertainment, Abc, Youtube, Saudi Arabia, John Oliver, India, Disney, Narendra Modi, Tech, Netflix, Cbs, Donald Trump

How much money a YouTube video with 100,000 views makes, according to 4 creators

YouTube's Partner Program allows influencers to earn money off their channels by placing ads within videos.  Google places these ads and pays a creator based on factors like a video's watch time, length, and viewer demographic. We spoke to four YouTube creators — Natalie Barbu (lifestyle), Marko Zlatic (personal finance), Ruby Asabor (business), and Roberto Blake (tech) — who broke down how much money Google pays them on average for a single video with 100,000 views. Click here for more BI Pri...
Tags: Google, New York, Youtube, Trends, Linkedin, Paypal, Nyu, Rutgers, Blake, Roberto Blake, Natalie Barbu, YouTube s Partner Program, Barbu, Ruby Asabor, Asabor, Samsung PayPal

A multiverse, not the metaverse

Following web forums, web platforms and mobile apps, we are entering a new stage of social media — the multiverse era — where the virtual worlds of games expand to become mainstream hubs for social interaction and entertainment. In a seven-part Extra Crunch series, we will explore why that is the case and which challenges and opportunities are making it happen. In 10 years, we will have undergone a paradigm shift in social media and human-computer interaction, moving away from 2D apps centered o...
Tags: Social, Gaming, Facebook, Instagram, Youtube, Tech, Snapchat, Virtual Worlds, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, Minecraft, Mojang, Epic Games, Instagram Twitter, Roblox, Fortnite

US government agencies are banning TikTok, the social media app teens are obsessed with, over cybersecurity fears — here's the full list

TSA is the latest US government agency to ban TikTok on government devices. TikTok is a short-form video app especially popular among Gen Z, and it has amassed 1.5 billion downloads. Its parent is the Chinese developer ByteDance. US lawmakers have expressed concern over possible national security issues, and TikTok has faced accusations of censorship at the request of the Chinese government. The Pentagon also issued a warning in December that military personnel should delete TikTok from all de...
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CRASH COURSE: An influencer explains how YouTube ads work, her advice for making more money, and how much she earns

Natalie Barbu is a YouTube creator with 260,000 subscribers who lives in New York City and posts videos twice a week about her day-to-day life experiences.  In this Business Insider video, Barbu breaks down how she makes money on YouTube and how much she earns. For this crash course, Barbu covers topics like how to start placing ads in a YouTube video (00:51), her tips on how to make the most money possible on each video (2:19), and how much someone can expect to make from those ads (7:46). Cli...
Tags: Google, Youtube, New York City, Trends, Natalie Barbu, YouTube s Partner Program, Barbu, New York City Barbu

Video Content to Increase Conversions and Promote Your Brand

If you have a brand or company looking to engage audiences and motivate them into action, then rest assured that video is the most reliable type of content available. Read more at
Tags: Social, Youtube, Seo, Video Ads, Branding

The Idahoan Show Creates The Hypothetical Archers’ Rifle

YouTube… as firearm enthusiasts we have plenty of reasons to complain about how this video repository is run. Yet there’s still a lot of great content in it, which keeps us coming back for more. Sometimes their algorithms work even surprisingly well, suggesting videos we actually could really like. One of such cases brought yours […] Read More … The post The Idahoan Show Creates The Hypothetical Archers’ Rifle appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Tags: Guns, Youtube, Archery, Daily News, Gunsmithing, Muzzleloading, The Idahoan show

Understanding Your Rifle Scope: The Basics ~ VIDEO

By Graham Baates YouTube personality, Graham Baates, goes over some of the basics of understanding a rifle scope. What does it all mean? USA – -(  Selecting a rifle scope can be deceptively difficult.  Prices seem to have exponential variances and most people will tell you whatever they own is the best for their application.  Some brands are known for having a great warranty service, but we'd never have known about that if there weren't so many people using the service in the ...
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Facebook’s Creator Studio gains a mobile companion

Facebook’s Creator Studio has added a mobile companion. The insights dashboard for creators and publishers, which debuted globally in August 2018, is now available as a mobile app for both iOS and Android. Similar to the desktop hub, the Creator Studio app allows users to track how their content is performing across Facebook Pages, as well as publish, schedule and make adjustments to posts, respond to fan messages and more. Facebook Director of Entertainment for Northern Europe Anna Higgs took t...
Tags: Social, Facebook, Apps, Video, London, Facebook Pages, Youtube, Social Media, Tech, Mobile Apps, App Store, Creator Studio, Anna Higgs, YouTube Studio, LadBaby

Purple & Bold: The Kobe Bryant memorial; what you should know

This is the Monday, Feb. 24 edition of the Purple & Bold newsletter. To receive the newsletter in your inbox, sign up here. Much, or maybe most, of L.A. will come to a standstill Monday as we collectively pause for a “Celebration of Life” in honor of Kobe and Gianna Bryant. Although there are only 20,000 seats at Staples Center, where the memorial will take place, and only those with tickets will be able to attend, everyone will be able to tune in. The 10 a.m. service will be broadcast on all ...
Tags: Youtube, Sports, Los Angeles, Sport, Chicago, Soccer, Nba, Kobe Bryant, Abc News, Magic Johnson, Staples Center, Lakers, Yahoo Sports, The Lakers, Bryant, Kobe

How do influencers pay taxes? 4 steps to conquer tax season as a self-employed social-media creator

At many jobs, a portion of your income is automatically deducted from your paycheck for taxes. But when you work for yourself, you are responsible for deducting this amount out and for keeping track of every dollar you earn. Social-media influencers often work for themselves and have to pay self-employment taxes.  Business Insider spoke to the head of tax at Betterment, a firm that offers digital investing advice, along with several influencers across Instagram and YouTube, on their tax-season...
Tags: Google, New York, Instagram, Youtube, Trends, Dallas, Ken Burns, Irs, Betterment, Vanguard, Lopez, Katy Bellotte, Adelaine Morin, Natalie Barbu, Morgan Yates, Ruby Asabor

Custom flash drives for your photography business

Looking for Custom flash drives? USB Memory Direct offers customizable flash drives for your photography business. When they reached out to me asking for a review of their products, I told them to surprise me with product and design. I wanted to see what they could do with custom flash drives. So that is what they did. A week later I had a box at my door with 20 or so custom flash drives. USB Memory Direct offers many styles of USB drives, each with a unique look for your photography business. A...
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‘My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising’ Review: Dazzling Fight Sequences With a Plot That’s Less Than Ultra

The longstanding problem with theatrical movies for popular ongoing anime shows is that they’ll inevitably end up being mostly okay. By their nature, they don’t — and can’t — affect the course of the series. Movies for shows like Pokémon, Naruto, Bleach, and others sit in the weird space of owing their existence to said series and of being essentially non-canonical, expensive pieces of fan-service. My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising does little to break this mold. The second theatrical movie for t...
Tags: Movies, Youtube, Features, Movie Reviews, Anime, Shell, Nagasaki, Naruto, UA, Mamoru Hosoda, Comic Book/Superhero, Action/Adventure, Deku, My Hero Academia, Mineta, Featured Stories Sidebar

YouTube’s new original documentary ‘Terms and Conditions’ isn’t about what you think

YouTube’s upcoming feature-length original isn’t about pages of legal documents but one of the UK’s most controversial underground music scenes. This week YouTube releases it’s latest in it’s music themed original documentaries. The feature length ‘Terms and Conditions’ follows UK Drill with an intense look at the rap scene and it’s culture. The film follows the people making the music that takes its roots from the offshoot of trap music that is imbued with natural, UK raw grit. Drill ...
Tags: Music, UK, London, Documentary, Youtube, Stabbings, US, Urban, Bbc, Chicago, Documentaries, BAFTA, Knife crime, Artist / Label News, Drill, Brian Hill

Sony announces its first 5G flagship, the triple lens Xperia 1 II

Sony has announced its first 5G smartphone: The Xperia 1 II — which, for the curious and/or confused, is pronounced ‘Xperia One, Mark Two’. Which isn’t at all confusing, er. “No one understands the entertainment experience better than Sony,” said president of mobile communications, Mitsuya Kishida, claiming the company is “uniquely positioned” in the era of 5G cellular technology to offer its target users an “enriched” experience thanks to Sony’s extensive content portfolio. “Whether you are ...
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