Posts Tagged: Google

Dare to “Daydream” with YouTube’s VR Platform


Last year, YouTube announced support for 360º/Virtual Reality video on desktop, mobile and the Google Cardboard viewer. It has become a popular format for creators and the $16 Cardboard headset is now more ubiquitous than any of its competitors. To keep the VR ball rolling, Google recently announced their new, high-quality platform appropriately dubbed “Daydream,” coming out this Fall. The kit… Read more »

YouTube and Google+: No Longer An Exclusive Relationship


Over the next few weeks, YouTube will no longer require a Google+ profile to upload content to, comment on, or create a new YouTube channel. All you’ll need is your Google account — which you probably already have through Gmail. This new change will allow for greater flexibility when updating a channel or engaging with your favorite content on… Read more »

Major Brands & Advertisers Shift Focus Towards YouTube


According to Google’s latest Q2 financial reports, YouTube is now bigger than any individual U.S. cable network in the key demographic of 18-49. With cable customer stories like these, it’s no shock people have continued to gravitate towards the video-sharing platform and away from traditional cable TV companies. With notable increases in watch time year-over-year and… Read more »

Amp Up Your Production Value with YouTube Spaces


Just like any business operation, the basic workings of YouTube come down to the concept of “give and take.” While YouTube is indeed a transcending, real-time platform for content creators to share their videos with millions of viewers internationally, the video sharing site would ultimately fade into oblivion if it wasn’t for the creators providing… Read more »