If Zoë Keating won't play ball, she'll lose all of YouTube's monetisation options, and her account will be demoted to a third-party account. In other words, YouTube will no longer treat her like a musician.
You might recognise GloZell, the lady stuck in a fog of cinnamon powder seen above, as she is a YouTube star. She and three other internet-famous people have been selected to pose questions to Barack Obama after his State of the Union address. What?
Jason Kilar, former CEO of US streaming service, thinks that his new startup site Vessel offers a unique subscription-based model that can pull YouTube stars over to a new platform. Long story short: Vessel will pay them more.
YouTube has put out a list of the top videos of the year, and it'll be no surprise that you've probably seen many of them before. Let's look back at time you wasted this year by wasting just a little bit more by watching these videos again.