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Fenway Sports Management’s YouTube Channels: ‘What’s Broken Can Be Fixed’

Fenway Sports Management’s YouTube Channels: ‘What’s Broken Can Be Fixed’

How can certain networks that are successful on cable figure out this YouTube thing? One way is to realize what kind of audience is on YouTube and go after them, rather than appealing to the same audience that watches the cable network. YouTube is all about direct relationships with consumers.

YouTube Experimenting with Different Kind of Shoppable Ads

YouTube Experimenting with Different Kind of Shoppable Ads

YouTube is tinkering with a new kind of shoppable ad system on the Tresemmé channel. The best part for me: you can actually stay on the channel while you watch videos. The products are in a sidebar and you don't ever get whisked away to another site until you're ready to buy.

YouTube One Channel for Everyone on June 5

YouTube One Channel for Everyone on June 5

YouTube One Channel has been available since March. Now, for all of you who hate the idea of change, you're changing anyway on June 5. No one will be special anymore come next month! And, rest assured, YouTube will likely change it again once you're used to it.

The Current Top 10 Most Subscribed Channels on YouTube

The Current Top 10 Most Subscribed Channels on YouTube

As of May 2013, here are the top subscribed channels on YouTube. After SMOSH has broken a number of records and will likely be the first channel to hit 10 million subscribers soon, a look at the other channels and what they do seemed to be in order.

7 YouTube Channels We Would Actually Pay For

7 YouTube Channels We Would Actually Pay For

YouTube have announced a pay by subscription option for the first time in their history but we'd like to take a moment to celebrate those channels that are still free but we'd gladly pay for if we had to. Let us know some of your favourites channels too.

New York City Museums Making Video Work: 49 Million Views and Counting

New York City Museums Making Video Work: 49 Million Views and Counting

Museums around the New York City area are using video to their advantage: Around 49 million views since their channels were launched in 2007, according to a study conducted by It's News to You. These videos do great in informing, educating, and making people want to see these events in person.

How UCP WORK Charity Connects Their Story to YouTube [Interview]

How UCP WORK Charity Connects Their Story to YouTube [Interview]

We talked to Marty Kinrose at UCP WORK, Inc, an affiliate of United Cerebral Palsy that has launched a YouTube channel in the past week. We asked Marty what the challenges of running a charity with no government funding are, and how he hopes YouTube will spread the word.

Congress Gets YouTube Live Stream

Congress Gets YouTube Live Stream

The highly-coveted YouTube Live Stream is being made available to Congress. How will politicians use this new tool to their advantage? Will they use it at all? Who will want to watch politicians talk about anything for an extended period of time? We shall soon see.

What if They Held an Election and Nobody Used YouTube?

What if They Held an Election and Nobody Used YouTube?

U.S. Senate hopefuls in Massachusetts have oddly quiet YouTube channels, especially for Democratic and Republican primaries that are happening tomorrow. Is it because voters don't watch online video? Far from it.

How YouTube Subscribers Can Set Up E-Mail Notifications for Your Channel [Creator's Tip #88]

How YouTube Subscribers Can Set Up E Mail Notifications for Your Channel [Creators Tip #88]

There's an easy way for subscribers to get notified through e-mail when you upload a new video. They have total control over it and can make it stop any time. This is a handy thing to have when there's a channel of which you don't want to miss a single upload.

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