Effective today, May 2nd, YouTube has turned off the ability to add or edit annotations. Moving forward, users will only being able to delete existing annotations and any others that remain will continue to display on desktop computers. Annotations editor was launched back in 2008, before the world went truly mobile. A lot has changed since then and now that… Read more »
Cord-Cutters Rejoice: YouTube TV Is Coming Soon
So you’ve broken up with cable but secretly miss live events or DVR? Welcome to YouTube TV. If you are a fan of watching sitcoms, dramas, sports, and movies LIVE, YouTube TV is for you. Unlike any of the other current streaming and subscription services, YouTube TV will not only stream live TV, but subscribers have… Read more »
Introducing Jenna Wasserman, Content Management Coordinator Hey everyone! I look forward to meeting you all throughout the year. I’m extremely excited to join the Video Services team here at The Orchard as a Content Management Coordinator. I recently graduated from the Ramapo College of New Jersey last May with a degree in International Business. Thereafter, I… 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 »
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-friendly programs, advanced Content ID and monetisation options, is YouTube the way to go? In this post, we’ll… Read more »