Posts Tagged: Video Services

Music In The Form Of Art Tracks


If you’ve listened to music on YouTube within the past several months you almost certainly have come across Art Tracks, which are recognizable by the album artwork and text displaying the artist, track title, and album title. As a content creator, you may be wondering where these videos come from and why they’re on your… Read more »

Features & Benefits Of Official Artist Channels


It’s unquestionable that YouTube has become the primary video platform for music-related content. From official music videos and songs to covers and remixes; whatever users are looking for, they’ll find it on YouTube. With more than 1.5 billion users turning to the site every month, and over 2 million artists sharing their art with the world,… Read more »

Find Your Music All In One Place With YouTube’s Official Artist Channel


This year, YouTube gradually introduced its Official Artist Channel (OAC) program in an effort to consolidate an artist’s entire body of work into a single channel. An Official Artist Channel merges the artist’s existing owned and operated, Topic, and artist-nameVEVO YouTube channels into a single channel destination with an upgraded layout, using the artist’s owned… Read more »

The Evolution Of The YouTube Feed


Since YouTube was founded in 2005, it has been transformed from a simple search engine into a website that’s completely personalized and based on user behavior. YouTube has grown through numerous experiments and re-designs by expanding itself into the world of artificial intelligence. But, of all the important achievements that YouTube has made, the evolution… Read more »

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 major marketer boycotting due to ads running alongside inappropriate or hateful videos. It seems that YouTube’s actions have had the… Read more »