Category Archives: YouTube

IFPI Consumer Report: Licensed Audio Streaming Up 11%, But YouTube Value Gap Remains

Streaming continues to grow, but YouTube’s “value gap” remains the biggest thorn in the music industry’s side: Those are the major findings in the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry’s (IFPI) 2017 Music Consumer Insight Report, issued today. While it repeats some of the findings in the organization’s annual report issued earlier this year, the... Read more »

YouTube Kills Paid Channels, Expands $4.99 per Month Sponsorship Model

YouTube is getting rid of one of its first paid content models: The Google-owned video site announced Tuesday that it is discontinuing its paid channels initiative, effectively killing the option to sell the content of individual channels to paying subscribers. Instead, YouTube is expanding its sponsorship model, making it available to all YouTube Gaming creators... Read more »

A Prisoner Of The Lord

A Prisoner Of The Lord: What I learned while under house arrest Tonight’s post dives into the price I asked of the Lord to pay to know him in his sufferings. Before this time, I forgot I asked the Lord to pay such a price.  Before this time, I continually asked the Lord to draw… The post A Prisoner Of The Lord appeared first on BayArt.

VIDEO: Roommates Play ‘Floor Is Lava’ In Comedy Short

The group of filmmakers over at RockJump, with the help of some special effects, show what it would be like if the floor was ACTUALLY lava.
Three roommates must survive when the floor… is lava! Directed by Clinton Jones
Written by Shawn Lebert & Clinton Jones
Story by Shawn Lebert, Clinton Jones, Cliff Lloret, Brett Driver Starring Cliff Lloret, Clinton Jones, Brett Driver, and Casey Edwards

H/T Laughing Squid
 

feet VIDEO: Roommates Play Floor Is Lava In Comedy ShortBradford Hornsby is an editor, music writer, web producer, and pop culture blogger for CBS stations in the San Francisco Bay Area. Find him on Twitter at @bradfordhornsby.

 

Mobile Video Viewing: YouTube Beats Netflix, At Least on Android

Mobile video viewing is huge, and keeps on growing: U.S. Americans spent some 12 billion hours in the top 10 video streaming apps on Android during the 12 months ending July 2017, according to new data from app analytics specialist App Annie. This number grew 45% year-over year. The list of the most popular Android... Read more »

The Scales Of Wants & Needs

The Weigh Scales Of Wants & Needs This post is dedicated to the happy the hungry, the hopeful one and the helpless one.  Oh, what a difference a year makes!  About two weeks ago or maybe more I was asked to conduct a blog post on the difference between what a person wants vs what… The post The Scales Of Wants & Needs appeared first on BayArt.

YouTube’s PewDiePie Apologizes for Using the N-Word: ‘I’m Just an Idiot’

Popular YouTube personality and gamer PewDiePie has issued an apology for uttering the n-word during a video game live-stream. PewDiePie, the Swedish vlogger whose real name is Felix Kjellberg, used the racial slur during a live stream Sunday about an opponent who was training fire on him: “What a f—ing n—–… Sorry, but what the f—.”... Read more »

Comcast Launches YouTube Across X1 Cable Set-Tops Nationwide

Comcast is now offering billions of YouTube videos on its Xfinity X1 system — slotting the internet videos into the same menu as other cable TV programming, as well as Netflix. The cable operator is launching YouTube on X1 across its U.S. footprint, providing access to YouTube videos using the X1 voice-enabled remote. The YouTube... Read more »

Anthony’s Anchor

When Anthony was a child he was aggressive and sometimes detested according to some even his own Mom. When Anthony was a child he was punched when he didn’t eat his school lunch. When  Anthony was a child his anchor was his Grandma. When Anthony was a child he enjoyed a good fight. When Anthony was…

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