Google has recently given a preview of some new features coming to YouTube Music over the next several months. The platform has been receiving updates frequently and these new updates are in response to user feedback. Continue reading to find out more about these new features.
Last week, YouTube introduced three new ways creators can earn money and market themselves on the platform. These new monetization features are: Channel Memberships, Merchandise, and Premieres. Continue reading to find out more details on this major announcement from YouTube.
Beginning in June, YouTube will expand how Content ID works and begin scanning new content more thoroughly for use of third party content in your videos. This may result in more copyright claims being placed on your videos if you use other people’s copyrighted content in your videos. Continue reading for how this may effect your YouTube channel.
After a lot of speculation in the media over the past few months, YouTube has officially announced they’re introducing a new music streaming service called YouTube Music. The service will become available next week on May 22nd and YouTube has recently provided some new details on the new streaming service. Continue reading to find out more about the new streaming service from YouTube.
We recently wrote about some new updates to the YouTube Studio app, and there are now more YouTube Studio features to announce. These new features will be rolling out in the coming weeks, and they focus on new analytics metrics and better insights. Read our full blog for more details.
YouTube has announced several live streaming updates in an effort to introduce more ways to watch live videos and increase engagement on live streams. Continue reading to find out more about these updates.
YouTube is currently rolling out a major update to their YouTube Studio app for desktop. The new version is still in beta and is missing some Creator Studio features that you’ll likely still need, but continue reading to see some of latest changes and upcoming updates with YouTube Studio.
Some channels on YouTube may have videos that get consistently flagged for limited monetization as soon as they are uploaded. If this is happening to you, and your videos adhere to YouTube’s advertiser friendly guidelines and content guidelines, then there are certain steps you can take to appeal these classifications. Continue reading to find out what these steps are and how to take action.
YouTube is implementing a big update to music channels in an effort to consolidate all of an artist’s subscribers under one channel, and to provide a single video destination for fans. This update will merge subscribers from other channels like Vevo with their Official Artist Channel, instead of those subscribers being spread out across multiple channels. Continue reading for the full details.