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  1. YouTube Millionaires: Koleen Diaz Fees “Urge And Excitement” To Continue Innovating Her Channel

    09.22 / 01:15 tubefilter.com Tubefilter.com - TV&Movies
    Koleen Diaz has the right look for any occasion. The Filipina fashionista has dazzled her audience with videos that show off her makeup, fashion, and hairstyling choices. Diaz often weaves seasonal styles into her videos, and as a result, she has emerged as a digital star with refined taste and a strong personality. Now that she has more than one million subscribers on her channel, we spoke to her about what she has accomplished so far and what she plans to do going forward. Tubefilter:…
  2. Tyler Oakley’s Friends And Family Surprise Him With Well-Wishes To Celebrate His Tenth YouTube Anniversary

    09.22 / 01:15 tubefilter.com Tubefilter.com - TV&Movies
    In 2007, an unassuming, bespectacled Michigan State University freshman named Tyler Oakley posted the first video to his then-new YouTube channel. Ten years later, Oakley is one of the internet's biggest stars and an iconic member of its LGBTQ community, and his friends and family have taken some time to honor him. To celebrate a decade of his videos, Oakley's manager Lisa Filipelli put together a supercut that features the best wishes of his YouTuber colleagues, his associates, and his…
  3. Creators Of Web Series ‘I Mom So Hard’ Link Up With Producer Rob Thomas For CBS Pilot

    09.21 / 22:14 tubefilter.com Tubefilter.com - TV&Movies
    Two of the internet's sauciest moms are making a move to bring their shtick to TV. Kristin Hensley and Jen Smedley, the two women behind the web series I Mom So Hard, have landed a pilot production commitment from CBS, which they will fulfill with help from Veronica Mars and Party Down creator Rob Thomas. I Mom So Hard is a simple and straightforward web series in which Hensley and Smedley sit in front of a camera and chat about the sort of issues that are relevant to mothers such as…
  4. New French Law Orders Video Services Like YouTube, Netflix To Pay 2% Tax On Local Revenues

    09.21 / 22:14 tubefilter.com Tubefilter.com - TV&Movies
    The French government signed a new law stating that streaming services and video distribution platforms like Netflix and YouTube, which are available in France but not financially established there -- and thus not subject to local taxes -- must pay a 2% tax to France’s National Film Board, the CNC. The long-contested 2% tax was greenlit by The European Commission -- which proposes legislation and manages the day-to-day business of the European Union -- and then officially signed into law b…
  5. YouTube Revamps Analytics Reports To Help Creators Better Understand Subscription Traffic

    09.21 / 22:14 tubefilter.com Tubefilter.com - TV&Movies
    YouTube has updated its 'Subscribers Reports' to give creators a better sense of fluctuations and patterns on their channels, the video giant announced today in its product forum. Some highlights, a rep wrote, include a new ‘YouTube Watch Page’ category within Subscribers Reports that will detail how many subscribers came from a specific video on a user's channel, as well as the addition of a category called ‘Subscriptions Feed’, which will detail how the subs feed has impacted subscribes …
  6. Netflix Pulls Cartoon Episode After Mom Spots Stealthy NSFW Drawing

    09.21 / 20:23 tubefilter.com Tubefilter.com - TV&Movies
    YouTube isn’t the only video platform grappling with surreptitiously inappropriate content that’s ostensibly intended for younger viewers. A concerned mother named Chey Robinson spotted an image of a penis etched into a tree trunk in a scene from Netflix’s Maya The Bee cartoon, and shared her findings it in a now-deleted Facebook post. Robinson’s post subsequently spread across social media, generating shock and concern from subscribers. The penis drawing could be found in season 35 of the…
  7. Netflix Pulls Cartoon Episode After Mom Spots Stealthy Penis Drawing

    09.21 / 18:30 tubefilter.com Tubefilter.com - TV&Movies
    YouTube isn’t the only video platform grappling with surreptitiously inappropriate content that’s ostensibly intended for younger viewers. A concerned mother named Chey Robinson spotted an image of a penis etched into a tree trunk in a scene from Netflix’s Maya The Bee cartoon, and shared her findings it in a now-deleted Facebook post. Robinson’s post subsequently spread across social media, generating shock and concern from subscribers. The penis drawing could be found in season 35 of the…
  8. YouTube Apologizes To ‘Red’ Subscribers Who Were Served Ads, Says Fix Is In The Works

    09.21 / 13:27 tubefilter.com Tubefilter.com - TV&Movies
    A YouTube representative apologized to a handful of YouTube Red subscribers who reported seeing ads on the site, adding that engineers were currently working to redress a technical difficulty. A group of Reddit users, including Mark Liederbach, initially made the issue known, reports The Next Web, claiming that they were not being served pre-roll ads but instead seeing promoted content on the YouTube homepage and below certain videos (see below). At first, YouTube identified the ad…
  9. Fund This: “People Watching” Looks To Present More Bold, Animated Characters

    09.21 / 13:27 tubefilter.com Tubefilter.com - TV&Movies
    Project Name: People Watching season two Asking For: $50,000 through Indiegogo Amount Raised Thus Far (At Time Of Post): $18,505 Days Remaining In Campaign (At Time Of Post): 5 Description: If you're itching to observe some fascinating personalities, all you need to do is engage in some People Watching. Creator Winston Rowntree is seeking contributions in order to fund the second season of an animated comedy that premiered earlier this year. As Rowntree explains on the People Watching…
  10. Amazon Is Developing Its First Wearable: Alexa-Enabled Smart Glasses (Report)

    09.21 / 13:27 tubefilter.com Tubefilter.com - TV&Movies
    Amazon may be building an Echo device that you can wear on your face. The e-tailer, content powerhouse, and hardware maker is reportedly readying a pair of smart glasses embedded with Alexa technology -- the virtual assistant that Amazon launched in 2014 within its family of Echo smart speaker devices. The wireless, smartphone-tethered glasses would represent Amazon’s first-ever wearable launch, according to The Financial Times, and would allow users to summon weather reports, podcasts, m…
  11. Sean Penn’s First TV Role Will Be In Hulu’s Prestige Drama “The First”

    09.21 / 13:27 tubefilter.com Tubefilter.com - TV&Movies
    After its library of original shows earned ten awards at this past weekend's Emmy Awards -- with acclaimed drama The Handmaid's Tale taking home most of the hardware -- Hulu is looking to keep its momentum going. It has announced that two-time Oscar winner Sean Penn will star in The First, an upcoming sci-fi drama from Beau Willimon. The First, which Hulu discussed during its most recent NewFronts presentation, will follow a group of astronauts as they make the first-ever manned journey…
  12. CNBC, Bustle Launch Web Series To Advise Millennials Who Want To Make Their Money Go Further

    09.21 / 13:27 tubefilter.com Tubefilter.com - TV&Movies
    If you need some help making your paychecks last longer, CNBC and Bustle have some pointers for you. The two companies have teamed up to launch Young Money, a web series that delivers offers financial advice in the form of short sketches that depict uncomfortable spending-related situations. In each episode of Young Money, host Akilah Hughes finds herself in a situation where she must decide how stringently to save her money and weigh that desire against any social implications that may…