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YouTube is about to delete big-name indie artist videos

YouTube is about to delete big-name indie artist videos

Indie artists as big as Adele and the Arctic Monkeys could be yanked from YouTube within a matter of days as the streaming video service demands they sign up with a new subscription music platform or find somewhere else to host their content. YouTube plans to begin limited testing of the streaming service, which is expected to support offline and ad-free playback, shortly, ahead of a broader roll-out later in 2014, but independent artists could disappear "in a matter of days." Continue Reading

PlayStation 4 to get YouTube this fall

PlayStation 4 to get YouTube this fall

Sony, amongst news and previews of games galore and the upcoming white version of the PlayStation 4, has announced news that the console will be getting YouTube in the near future. Such an announcement was made during the company's E3 2014 conference, and includes sharing perks for gamers.

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Nintendo cutting YouTube creators in on revenues

Nintendo cutting YouTube creators in on revenues

Nintendo, who is seeing slumping sales and even poorer revenue numbers, is readying a program for YouTubers to monetize their video clips. In a statement, Nintendo said they were setting up an affiliate program, and clips used in “appropriate circumstances” could be monetized. It’s a lot like their current agreement with YouTube, but they’re cutting creators in this time.

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Star Wars to Jedi: The Making of a Saga on YouTube

Star Wars to Jedi: The Making of a Saga on YouTube

While we’re waiting for Star Wars 7 to arrive, the folks behind Star Wars - at Lucasfilm - are releasing a number of long-form clips from their archives. One released in segments will be the classic documentary From Star Wars to Jedi: The Making of a Saga. This documentary has never officially been available to the public before, and is fully narrated by none other than Mark Hamill.

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Roku YouTube channel officially added

Roku YouTube channel officially added

Roku has added YouTube access to all of its current-gen set-top boxes, with the new YouTube channel working any any Roku launched after July 2011. The much-demanded streaming support will mean that users can finally retire the unofficial YouTube channels they've been forced to turn to in order to get Google's service on their TV.

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