Posts Tagged: youtube

360-Degree Video Brings Virtual Reality to YouTube


YouTube has a growing history of being a platform where new forms of media and content are created and shared to international audiences. Whether it be vlogs for niche hobbies, how-to videos for just about anything, or let’s-play streams for video-games, YouTube has cemented itself as a hub for content creators to create and distribute new genres of entertainment…. Read more »

Unlock Video Rankings With YouTube’s Music Insights


Music ranking and charts have been evolving ever since digital became a viable consumption method. From physical to downloads and downloads to streaming, video is now taking hold as a strong indicator of chart ranking among labels and artists. YouTube’s definitively made itself the premier destination for streaming video, but also one of the best… Read more »

Check-In on YouTube: 6 Best Practices for Bands and Labels


Following in the footsteps of digital media hosts Netflix and Hulu, YouTube is joining the game of original content programming. YouTube is financially backing stars such as PrankvsPrank, who have been playing spontaneous and creative pranks on each other for the past six years, and Smosh, who make parody videos, to name a few. This creative… Read more »

How YouTube UGC Can Help Independent Musicians


So you’ve discovered a new band that you just can’t get enough of. Their new single is out, they have a new album set to release in the near future, and they’re getting some buzz around the indie music wire. You like them so much that you wish you could shout it from a rooftop,… Read more »

Welcome, Christina!


Introducing Christina Rosado, Coordinator, Rights Management, YouTube Hi everyone! My name is Christina and I am so excited to become full-time here at the Orchard! I’ve spent the past few months working part-time in the Video Services department on the Rights team. I grew up in NYC, where I studied at the “Fame” high school, Hobart… Read more »