Vimeo is rolling out its own ContentID system to ensure that the videos on the site follow community guidelines when it comes to copyright infringements. ‘Copyright Match’ will be triggered as soon as there is even the slightest hint of an audio or video match, and will cause a video to be flagged for review.
Brand management and social media marketing agency, ZEFR, has landed a funding round worth $30 million. The company will use the investment to expand its engineering and sales and marketing divisions.
WatchMoJo, one of YouTube’s biggest partner channels saw its account terminated yesterday for alleged copyright infringements – even though these claims had been swiftly released by licence holders like Fox. The channel is now back but it’s been a turbulent few hours for them.
Do you know if your YouTube account is in good standing or what that even means? Do you know the difference between a copyright strike and a community guidelines strike? How do you know whether your video has triggered a Content ID match? Read our guide for more details.
Copyright issues on YouTube can be a messy affair, particularly if the person being accused of infringement has permission to use the content being contested. New software called LicenceID hopes to end the confusion for all parties involved.
The world of online video is never short of news or updates and we bring you the latest stories you may have missed. This week, Rhett & Link producer hopes to fund a YouTube webseries about finding Bigfoot and the Content ID system opens up to everyone.
Ah Harlem Shake, it’s been nice knowing you but your time is up and now we await the next video meme to take the world by storm. While we mourn, let’s take a look back at some stats and surprises about the Harlem Shake.
YouTube Updates: EDU Playbook, Merchant Annotations, InVideo Promotions, Content ID & More [Reel Web #60]
On this week's Reel Web episode, we take a deeper look into several web video marketing related updates from the past week including updates to YouTube's Content ID program and copyright violation appeals process, new branding and promotional in-player functionalities via YouTube's new InVideo Programming, …
It seems like it takes YouTube eons before they address an issue that is near and dear to the hearts of creators. We shout into an interminable vacuum and get no response, we don't think they care. They are way too busy always changing the …
Yesterday the YouTube Blog reported deals being signed with a whole slew of music publishing companies, allowing songwriters and publishers to make money when their copyrighted work is being used by content creators. The process will work with Content ID as always. With more than …