YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki has published her latest letter to YouTube’s community of creators, and as usual there are some new figures alongside the recap and future plans. The big […]
YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki has published “an update on my 2019 priorities” aimed at YouTube’s community of creators. It includes some news about how YouTube will be managing its trending-videos […]
YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki was speaking at the Wired25 event in San Francisco and referred to the video-sharing platform’s past 18 months as its “growing-up years”. By that she meant that the […]
Sacked Google engineer James Damore has been giving his first detailed interviews about his ‘anti-diversity’ memo. He nailed his colours to the men’s rights activism mast by giving them to a pair of right-wing YouTubers who have made their anti-feminist views clear in the past.
But YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki has also been giving her views, in a column published by Fortune in which she relates a question asked by her daughter this week: about whether there really are ‘biological reasons’ why there are fewer women in tech and leadership.
YouTube boss Susan Wojcicki has published a blog post aimed at video creators, summarising YouTube’s key developments from 2016.
Most of it will be familiar to Music Ally readers, from the $1bn paid out to music rightsholders from YouTube ads in the last year and the $2bn paid out to all rightsholders from Content ID over the last five years, to new features in live streaming, VR and YouTube’s comments section.
There’s also some comments on subscription tier YouTube Red, with Wojcicki confirming that YouTube released 24 original series and films in 2016 for Red.
YouTube may have delayed the commercial launch of its YouTube Music Key streaming service, but according to CEO Susan Wojcicki, the launch will still come this year. In an appearance […]
YouTube boss Susan Wojcicki gave a keynote interview at the Code/Mobile conference yesterday, with a few nuggets on how YouTube is evolving, and new (old) features it might be getting. […]
YouTube has confirmed that its VP of YouTube content Tom Pickett has left the company, with the Wall Street Journal reporting that he is “leaving to take the chief executive […]
Changes are afoot within YouTube at its higher executive levels, with head of product Shishir Mehrotra stepping down from his role this week. “Shishir has taken on an advisory role […]
Entrepreneur Jason Calacanis has been one of YouTube’s most outspoken critics in recent times, including a widely-shared ‘I ain’t gonna work on YouTube’s farm no more’ piece last year