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BTS ‘Burn the Stage: The Movie’ Documentary Set to Hit YouTube Premium Service

“Burn the Stage: The Movie,” a documentary following K-pop group BTS on their 2017 concert tour, will be streaming on the YouTube Premium subscription service starting this Friday. The movie is based on the previous YouTube original series “BTS: Burn the Stage.” Since its release in theaters worldwide last November, “Burn the Stage: The Movie” has […]
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Wayne and Del Aren’t Your Average Couple in Promo for YouTube Series

Wayne and Del aren’t your average couple in promo for YouTube series YouTube Originals has released a new promo for their upcoming action comedy series Wayne, featuring new scenes from the show. The video spotlights the blossoming romance between Wayne and Del and the incoming conflicts that will affect their unusual relationship. Created by Deadpool writers Rheese Rees and Paul Wernick, all ten episodes will be available for streaming next week on January 16. Check out the video below! RELA...
Tags: TV, Movies, TV News, Deadpool, Orlando, Pontiac, Wayne, KAT, Alfie, Mark McKenna, Rhett Reese, Paul Wernick, Rhett Reese Paul Wernick, YouTube Premium, Wayne Trailer, Ciara Bravo Big Time Rush Red Band Society


Check out the trailer for Jordan Peele’s new YouTube series “Weird City”

Mastermind Jordan Peele is a very busy man these days, working on new projects including the movie Us, an upcoming Twilight Zone reboot, a Netflix stop-motion animated movie called Wendell and Wild, as well as two Amazon shows. But the Academy Award winner is also making time for YouTube. The first trailer for Weird City, a sci-fi anthology series with an absolutely amazing cast, dropped today. The series was created by Peele and Key and Peele writer Charlie Sanders, and follows the lives of ...
Tags: Amazon, Startups, TC, Entertainment, Youtube, Netflix, Gillian Jacobs, Peele, Jordan Peele, Wendell, YouTube Premium, Charlie Sanders


Weird City Trailer: Jordan Peele’s New Sci-Fi Comedy Sets Premiere Date

Weird City trailer: Jordan Peele’s new sci-fi comedy sets premiere date YouTube Premium has released the official trailer for Academy Award winner Jordan Peele’s sci-fi comedy series Weird City. The video offers a glimpse of the quirky antics that we should expect to see when the series debuts on February 13. Check out the video below (via Entertainment Weekly). RELATED: Jordan Peele’s Us World Premiere Set for SXSW Opening Night Movie In a dystopian setting, the middle class has completel...
Tags: TV, Movies, Youtube, America, TV News, Sxsw, Peele, Jordan Peele, Yvette Nicole Brown, ComingSoon, Dylan O'Brien, Monkeypaw Productions, Adam Bernstein, José Molina, YouTube Premium, Weird City


Social Media Marketing Predictions for 2019

2019 is almost here! With less than 2 weeks left until 2018 is a distant memory, it’s time to predict the way social media marketing will change this coming year. Here are our top 5 social media trend predictions:  1) Facebook & Instagram Stories will become central to social media advertising The short 15-second picture and video combos have grown in popularity rapidly. Over 400 million users engage and build relationships via stories on Instagram alone. Brands have noticed this shift ...
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YouTube’s Latest Wayne Trailer Takes A Unique Look at Young Love

YouTube’s latest Wayne trailer takes a unique look at young love The YouTube original series Wayne is a teenage coming-of-age story told only the way the writers of Deadpool could help tell it. In the latest trailer for the series, which premieres on YouTube Premium on January 16, takes the typical girl-next-door trope and completely turns it on its head. You can check out the trailer in the post below! In this gritty and sometimes bloody tale, fifteen-year-old Wayne sets out on a dirt bike ...
Tags: TV, Movies, Youtube, Deadpool, Orlando, Pontiac, Wayne, KAT, Alfie, Mark McKenna, ComingSoon, Rhett Reese, Paul Wernick Deadpool Zombieland, TV Trailers, YouTube Premium, Ciara Bravo Big Time Rush Red Band Society


YouTube autoplay on home rolling out for Android and iOS

YouTube has announced that in the next few weeks, it will be rolling a new feature which brings the ability to autoplay videos on the home which helps you preview videos and watch YouTube on-the-go without audio. This feature is already available on YouTube Premium members on Android. Owing to the good results, YouTube is bringing this feature to regular Youtube version as well. This helps users in making more informed decisions about whether you want to watch a video, leading to longer eng...
Tags: Apps, News, Youtube, Blogging, YouTube Premium


YouTube Head of Original Content Gives Streaming Network Fresh New Look

The old Hollywood saying “perception is reality” rings true in new media. Just ask Susanne Daniels, global head of original content at YouTube, who is being inducted into Variety’s Home Entertainment Hall of Fame on Dec. 4. Earlier this year, YouTube’s subscription streaming service was rebranded to YouTube Premium, shedding the YouTube Red moniker it […]
Tags: Hollywood, Youtube, Spotlight, Susanne Daniels, YouTube Premium


YouTube rolls out autoplaying (but silent) videos on its mobile app’s homepage

YouTube on Monday announced a significant change to its mobile app – it will now autoplay videos by default when users are browsing the app’s home page, aka the “Home” tab. Fortunately, the videos will not autoplay with the sound enabled, the company says. Instead, the feature is meant to give users a preview of the video while scrolling through the Home section, so they can better decide if it’s something they want to watch. The feature, which YouTube calls “Autoplay on Home,” is enabled by ...
Tags: Mobile, Apps, Video, Media, Youtube, Tech, Facebook Instagram Twitter, YouTube Premium, YouTube Originals Starting, Instead YouTube


Digital Trends Live: YouTube Premium and drones that fly forever

On this episode of Digital Trends Live, Greg Nibler welcomed Laura Major from CyPhy and Ben Lee from Rootstrap to the show. Plus, the future of YouTube Premium after news that the streaming giant will be offering exclusive content for free. The post Digital Trends Live: YouTube Premium and drones that fly forever appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Trends, Ben Lee, Greg Nibler, YouTube Premium, Laura Major, Rootstrap


Google Sucks at Finishing Things, and YouTube Music is a Perfect Example

Google currently has two music streaming services: Play Music and YouTube Music. The latter is eventually supposed to replace the former, but it’s been out for months with very little real progression. Andrew Martonik, writing at Android Central, makes an excellent point with a scathing look at the current state of YouTube Music: Whether you look at it as three years or just six months old, one thing is clear: YouTube Music isn’t finished yet, is filled with issues and is incredibly frustratin...
Tags: Google, Crafts, Spotify, Youtube Music, YouTube Premium, Andrew Martonik, Martonik, Apple Music If Google


Ariana Grande Concert Tour Documentary Series Launch Set on YouTube

A behind-the-scenes look at Ariana Grande’s Dangerous Woman Tour and the making of her album “Sweetener” is coming to YouTube. The four-part “Ariana Grande: Dangerous Woman Diaries” documentary series, to be released Thursday (Nov. 29), follows the pop superstar during her 2017 tour and through the creation of her third studio album, “Sweetener.” YouTube bills […]
Tags: News, Youtube, Ariana Grande, YouTube Premium


YouTube to take Originals out of paywall in 2019

YouTube is looking to bring out all of its original programming from behind the paywall starting next year, reports Variety. The platform’s strategy will also shift to celebrity and creator driven content, although scripted shows will continue be to produced as well, adds the publication.... ...
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YouTube Finally Seems to Get That We Don't Want to Pay to Watch Its Shows

If you haven’t felt like paying for YouTube Originals, don’t start now. According reports from the Hollywood Reporter and Variety, YouTube is looking to switch up its original content strategy by making its programming free to all “starting next year.”Read more...
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YouTube To Make New Originals Available For Free, Ad-Supported Viewing

YouTube is removing the paywall for its original programming. Starting next year, the company will move to make all of its new original programming available for free for anyone to watch. "With the change, YouTube is moving toward more mainstream celebrity-driven and creator-based reality fare, while it will continue to greenlight scripted productions," reports Variety. From the report: Until now, YouTube Originals have mainly been available on its YouTube Premium subscription service, although ...
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YouTube to Make All Originals Available for Free, Ad-Supported Viewing as It Scales Back on Scripted

YouTube has concluded that its investments in original programming are better placed on the free, ad-supported side — not behind a paywall. In a shift in strategy, the Google-owned video platform said that starting next year it will move to make all of its original programming available for free for anyone to watch. With the […]
Tags: Google, News, Youtube, YouTube Premium, YouTube Originals


YouTube Shifts Originals Strategy to Free, Ad-Supported Shows in Pullback on Scripted

YouTube has concluded that its investments in original programming are better placed on the free, ad-supported side — not behind a paywall. In a significant shift in strategy, the Google-owned video platform said that starting next year, it will move to make all of its original programming available for free for anyone to watch. Until […]
Tags: Google, News, Youtube, YouTube Premium, YouTube Originals, YouTube Shifts Originals Strategy


Students can now snag YouTube Premium and YouTube Music for cheap

YouTube is offering budget-conscious students steep discounts on its popular paid tier of ad-free music and video. Those currently in school can get access to YouTube Premium and YouTube Music for half their usual price. The post Students can now snag YouTube Premium and YouTube Music for cheap appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Music, News, Youtube, Trends, Home Theater, Youtube Music, YouTube Premium


YouTube Offers Student Discounts on Music, Premium Subscriptions

YouTube hopes to reel in college students as paying customers with steeply discounted pricing plans for its ad-free streaming services. The video service has launched student plans for YouTube Music Premium priced at $4.99 per month — a 50% discount off the regular $9.99 monthly price — and for YouTube Premium at available $6.99, a […]
Tags: News, Youtube, Youtube Music, YouTube Premium, YouTube Music Premium


YouTube and YouTube Music launch discounted subscriptions for students

YouTube today is launching lower-cost subscription plans for students who want to enjoy an ad-free version of YouTube or its music streaming service, YouTube Music. The new plans are the first significant changes to YouTube’s music subscription program since its launch last year. At that time, YouTube had also rebranded its ad-free YouTube Red subscription as YouTube Premium. For eligible students, YouTube Music Premium is now $4.99 per month instead of $9.99 per month, and YouTube Premium is...
Tags: TC, Apps, Spotify, Music, Youtube, Tech, Showtime, Streaming, Hulu, Streaming Service, Apple Music, Subscription Service, Youtube Music, YouTube Premium, YouTube Music Premium, YouTube YouTube Music Premium


‘Gatz’: A ‘Great Gatsby’ Origin Series Featuring a Young, Hot, Mixed-Race Gatsby is Coming to YouTube Premium

You know those “The Great Gatsby parties” that everyone throws that are only vaguely inspired by 1920s fashion and completely miss F. Scott Fitzgerald‘s whole message on decadence and the fallacy of the American dream? The upcoming YouTube Premium series, Gatz, is that, but worse. This Great Gatsby origin series is being developed at YouTube Premium, which will reimagine the tragic figure in the Fitzgerald classic novel as a mixed-race man, based on some academic theories that posit that Jay Ga...
Tags: Television, Movies, Drama, Youtube, Fox, Adaptation, The Great Gatsby, Greg Silverman, Silverman, Scott Fitzgerald, Gatsby, Fitzgerald, Shapiro, Harlem Renaissance, Great Gatsby, Jay Gatsby


Daily Podcast: Is Going To The Movies Considered Hanging Out? Ghostbusters 3, Netflix, A Star is Born, Origin, Alien, George RR Martin

On the November 14, 2018 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor-in-chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film weekend editor Brad Oman and senior writer Ben Pearson to talk about the latest film and tv news, including Ghostbusters 3 , Netflix , A Star is Born, Origin, Alien: Awakening , and George RR Martin . And in the Mailbag, we’ll read some listener responses and answer a question about hanging out at the cinema. You can subscribe to /Film Daily on iTunes , Google Play , Ove...
Tags: Movies, Toronto, Netflix, San Jose, Hulu, Jack White, George Lucas, George Rr Martin, Chris, Boba Fett, Peter, George, Ben, Atlanta Ga, Jedi, George R R Martin


‘Origin’ Early Buzz: YouTube Premium’s New Sci-Fi Show Has Potential

The reviews are in for YouTube Premium’s next big original science fiction series Origin, and almost all of them include a variation of this line: “it’s like Lost, in space.” Puns aside, that’s some high praise – but does the comparison extend beyond the show’s use of flashbacks to explore the backstories of its characters? Read some excerpts from the reviews below to find out. Origin Early Buzz Origin has a familiar premise, which /Film’s Jacob Hall laid out well in a piece from this ye...
Tags: Television, Movies, Drama, Youtube, Sci-fi, Syfy, San Diego, Harry Potter, Tom Felton, Origin, Anderson, Forbes, Felton, Paul W S Anderson, The Buzz, Jacob Hall


Marketing Music In 2018: Music Ally’s Sandbox Summit

In an effort to come together and share and discuss the current state of music marketing in 2018, Music Ally hosted an all-day Sandbox Summit conference, pulling in music industry leaders from across the global digital marketing space. Here we look at a breakdown of the day's events and what was learned from some of the key speakers. _____________________________ By Interactive Marketing Manager Tanya Palaci from The Orchard's The Daily Rind This year The Orchard sponsored and partic...
Tags: Music, UK, London, Drake, Nordics, Interactive Marketing, Art House, YouTube Premium, Tanya Palaci, UK Interactive Marketing, Dan Griffiths


Logan Paul Gets YouTube Reprieve for ‘The Thinning’ Movie Sequel, Releasing Today

Logan Paul, after being penalized multiple times by YouTube for outrageous behavior and posting content that violated its policies, has been granted a pardon by the Google-owned video giant to reprise his starring role in YouTube original movie “The Thinning: New World Order.” Dystopian teen thriller “The Thinning: New World Order” is releasing on Wednesday […]
Tags: Google, News, Legendary, Logan Paul, YouTube Premium, The Thinning, The Thinning: New World Order, Logan Paul Gets YouTube Reprieve


Theodore Pellerin Joins Kirsten Dunst YouTube Premium Series (EXCLUSIVE)

Theodore Pellerin has joined the upcoming YouTube Premium dark comedy series “On Becoming a God in Central Florida,” Variety has learned exclusively. Set near Orlando in the early 1990s, the show centers on Krystal Gill (Kirsten Dunst), a minimum-wage-earning water park employee who will eventually scheme her way up the ranks of Founders American Merchandise: the […]
Tags: News, Kirsten Dunst, Orlando, Theodore Pellerin, YouTube Premium, Florida Variety, On Becoming a God in Central Florida, Krystal Gill Kirsten Dunst


A Totally Fake ‘Party Down’ Revival is Coming to Ryan Hansen’s YouTube Premium Show [TCA 2018]

Ever since its cancellation after two seasons, fans of Party Down have been hoping for a continuation. The show’s creators were writing a movie, but even after revivals of X-Files, Full House, Roseanne, Will & Grace and Arrested Development, there hasn’t been a Party Down revival. Now fans can get a glimpse at a Party Down revival, but will be a joke in the second season of YouTube’s Ryan Hansen Solves Crime on Television. The Television Critics Association visited the set of Hansen’s You...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Youtube, Jackson, Ryan, Hansen, Ryan Hansen, Marino, Martin Starr, Aly Michalka, Ken Marino, Yvette Nicole Brown, Samira Wiley, Featured Stories Sidebar, Reginald Veljohnson, YouTube Premium


What is YouTube Premium?

Thanks to Google, YouTube Red is now YouTube Premium. We explain what exactly a YouTube Premium subscription gets you, how much it costs, and break down if it's a good choice for you. The post What is YouTube Premium? appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Google, Music, Youtube, Trends, Home Theater, Youtube Red, YouTube Premium, Google YouTube Red


YouTube is Considering More Than 10 Episodes for ‘Cobra Kai’ Season 2 [TCA 2018]

Susanne Daniels, Global Head of Original Content for YouTube, returned to the Television Critics Association after a breakthrough season that saw the renewals of Cobra Kai, Impulse and Step Up: High Water. /Film asked Daniels about the second season of Cobra Kai during her executive sessions, and we may have incepted her to increase the episode order by asking if there would be more than 10 in season two. “Maybe we should do more than 10 episodes,” Daniels said. “Hadn’t thought about that...
Tags: Television, Movies, Youtube, Television Critics Association, Daniels, Television Academy, Film to TV, Cobra Kai, Featured Stories Sidebar, Martin Kove, Kreese, Cobra Kai Season, YouTube Premium, Cobra Kai Impulse, Ralph -LSB- Macchio, Billy -LSB- Zabka


Jordan Peele’s “Twisted-Ass Science Fiction” Anthology ‘Weird City’ Coming to YouTube Premium

Jordan Peele shocked the world with his directorial debut Get Out early last year, and he’s been remarkably busy ever since. His list of active projects has grown to an impressive length, and now he’s adding yet another one to the top of the pile: a show called Weird City, which he calls a “twisted-ass science fiction” anthology series. The show is coming to YouTube Premium next year, and you can read more about it below. The Hollywood Reporter says that Peele is teaming up with his former K...
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