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‘Cobra Kai’ Season 2 Teaser Trailer & Premiere Date: A New Dojo Rivalry Is Born

YouTube Premium has set an April 24 premiere date for Season 2 of its original series Cobra Kai, starring Ralph Macchio and William Zabka — with Martin Kove resurfacing from The Karate Kid source film. – Erik Pedersen, Deadline Hollywood » https://ift.tt/2tXQQt6
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Square Enix Has Disabled Streaming For Left Alive In Japan

According to reports coming out of Japan, […] the developers have cut off all ability to stream the game directly from the PS4. According to a number of streamers, the reasons it’s been done is because reviews of the game have been low ever since the game was released in the country, and rather than showing off what the game looks like and plays like before it gets released in the West, [Square Enix] decided simply to cut off the YouTube option. – Gavin Sheehan, Bleeding Cool » https://ift.tt/2SFcUCX

Screen Australia, Google fund YouTube creators down under

Skip Ahead helps grow the audiences of Australian online content creators who have successful YouTube channels, through the generation of more ambitious content. With past benefactors including Aunty Donna, Superwog, Skit Box and SketchShe, Skip Ahead-funded videos have now received over 40 million views on YouTube. – Rebecca Hawkes, Rapid TV News » https://ift.tt/2BSNlZD

YouTube Just Demonetized Anti-Vax Channels

In addition to demonetizing anti-vax content, YouTube also introduced a new information panel pertaining to vaccines. Previously, information panels appeared on anti-vax videos that explicitly mentioned the measles, mumps, rubella (MMR) vaccine, and only described what the MMR vaccine is for and linked to its Wikipedia page. Now, a considerably larger number of anti-vax videos have an information panel that links to the Wikipedia page for “vaccine hesitancy”, where it is described as “one of the top ten global health threats of 2019” according the World Health Organization. – Caroline O’Donovan, BuzzFeed News » https://ift.tt/2tztQ3O

YouTube is ‘aggressively approaching’ solution to child exploitation controversy

This week, YouTube has further limited which videos some ads can run on and has applied those ad restrictions to millions of videos, according to a memo sent to advertisers, which was obtained by Adweek. The memo describes how YouTube is trying to protect children as major companies, including Disney, Epic Games, AT&T, and Nestle, pull ads from the platform. – Julia Alexander, The Verge » https://ift.tt/2IrqVEA
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