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YouTube & Guillermo del Toro's horror competition
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YouTube has partnered with filmmaker Guillermo del Toro and Legendary Entertainment for a Halloween competition.
 
Guillermo del Toro spooks up YouTube
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YouTube has partnered with filmmaker Guillermo del Toro and Legendary Entertainment for a Halloween competition.
 
YouTube Video Subscriptions And Our Issue With Ads
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Yesterday Peter Suciu at Tech News World wrote a good summary about YouTube's contemplation of a subscription service, probably one that would mean ad-free video watching. It is not surprising that YouTube is looking to diversify its revenue sources. Ads have always been a negotiation with its two keys users—the creators and their audiences. YouTube runs the ad system, but creators have some say ...
 
YouTube Launches 60fps Video And It Looks Amazing
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60 frames per second video is now supported on Youtube and the first examples look incredible.
 
Gamers rejoice: YouTube now supports silky-smooth 60fps video uploads
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YouTube said it was coming, and it’s finally here. Google’s uber-popular video site now supports clips running at up to 60 frames per second . But don’t get too excited if if you’re not running Chrome, as the new increased frame rate doesn’t appear to work in anything but Google’s browser. On Windows, Firefox, Opera, and Internet Explorer failed to run videos at the improved frame rate. To read ...
 
YouTube Warms to Subscription Model
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YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki this week said that her team was in the early stages of exploring a new subscription business model. Wojcicki didn't offer any specific details, but she did suggest that one option might include an ad-free service. That would be a big change from YouTube's current advertising-only approach. At some point, people won't want to see ads, Wojcicki said.
 
YouTube CEO wants to sell video subscriptions
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YouTube is in the early stages of exploring new subscription services, YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki told Re/code at Monday's Code/Mobile conference.
 
YouTube considers offering ad-free subscription
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YouTube viewers might get the option of paid subscriptions for ad-free access to the popular online video-sharing service. Subscriptions and even a streaming music service are among new options that YouTube is considering offering its more than one billion users, YouTube chief Susan Wojcicki said at a technology conference in California late Monday. "YouTube right now is ad-supported, which is ...
 
YouTube horror flick hangout
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Some creative Halloween videos are vying to become literally “legendary”on YouTube. The video sharing platform is teaming up with director Guillermo Del Toro and Legendary Entertainment to give creative types a spooky space where they can shoot frightfully good video.
 
YouTube Now Supports Higher-Quality Videos Playing at 60 FPS
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YouTube has upped the ante on supporting higher-quality videos, a boon for videogame fans who like to upload clips of their gameplay.