Posts Tagged: YouTube Music

YouTube Music Charts Launch in 44 Countries


YouTube recently updated their YouTube Music Charts, which display data based on views for top artists, songs, and music videos in 44 countries and can be filtered by country or globally. YouTube Music Charts are part of an endeavor started in 2015, called YouTube for Artists, an artist-centric resource hub that provides news, education and insights… Read more »

YouTube Music Upgrades Offline Listening


An exciting new development for YouTube Red now offers users more control over what music and videos they play, and when. YouTube Music now allows you to select songs to play offline, which means that you can take your favorites with you on trains, airplanes, the great outdoors and anywhere else without a reliable Wi-Fi connection…. Read more »

The LGBTQ Community & YouTube: A Love Story


Those in the LGBTQ community have been early adopters of almost every social media platform, all the way back to the days of Bulletin Board Systems and listservs. YouTube is no exception: From the platform’s launch in 2005, LGBTQ activists have utilized the platform to spread their stories and campaigns, and more than a handful… Read more »

Hone Your Craft with the YouTube Music Foundry


Earlier this year, we heard about YouTube’s new initiative to assist artists and the music industry in producing and optimizing content. The initiative is called YouTube Music Foundry and was kicked off with live recording sessions in three two-day Foundry sessions — one in Los Angeles in September, another in London in December, and most recently in New York… Read more »

Discover YouTube Music: An App For Enthusiasts


One year ago, YouTube launched Music Key Beta, the long-rumored subscription service for the behemoth video hosting social network. YouTube was clearly hungry for feedback: they extended the initial trial period from six months to nine, finally ending it for U.S. users in September. During the summer, YouTube released two new apps: Kids and Gaming (the latter of which I told you about a… Read more »