But It Wasn’t a Match: Content Ineligible for Content ID

Content ID is one of our most discussed subjects on The Daily Rind, and for good reason. If you’re not already familiar with it, Content ID is YouTube’s back-end scanning technology that ensures your music videos and audio tracks are making proper matches...

YouTube Copyright Claims

If you have received a notice from YouTube that your video contains content that is owned or licensed by The Orchard, a music, film and TV distribution company, please read the outline below which will address any questions you may have. First off, please k...

YouTube Expands Music Credits

YouTube has taken a big step forward in pursuit of greater visibility in regards to surfacing and crediting artists and publishers featured in videos uploaded to the platform. Just this past May, they've added a section in the video description, populated w...

New Feature: Master Rights Conflict Manager

Users can now respond to master rights conflicts directly in The Orchard Workstation to unlock royalties that may be held in escrow! What Are Master Rights Conflicts? Master rights conflicts occur at digital service providers when another rightsholder...

Get Familiar With YouTube’s New Monetization Icons

In the last few months, YouTube has been implementing new controls and guidelines in order to address advertiser concerns around where their ads are placed. These protocols encourage brands to resume their campaigns and end the so-called "adpocalypse" -- or...

Facebook vs YouTube: Which is the Best for Your Video Campaign?

Facebook vs YouTube: these two game-changing platforms have become a contested rivalry in online music video streaming. With massive emphasis now behind native video players, is Facebook today’s place to start an artist’s video campaign? Or with its creator...