YouTube’s video claiming policy has always had its flaws, but thanks to recent videos from prominent creators like The Nostalgia Critic and GradeAUnderA, the video site’s community is hungry for change.
At the 2016 Sundance Film Festival, Ryan Koo talked with Kickstarter's Film Outreach Lead, Dan Schoenbrun. The conversation is full of advice for Kickstarter creators and covers the latest exciting news from Netflix
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Casey Neistat isn’t happy with Facebook. In a candid interview with Adweek, the 34-year-old YouTube star and filmmaker revealed that he lost over 20 million video views on his own content due to stolen (aka freebooted) videos on the social networking site.