Since January, Youtube has removed 2,000 ‘Wolfoo’ videos, and lawsuits have been filed in the U.K., Russia, and Vietnam.
Youtuber Dan Olson sees the system as geared toward the interests of a select few investors — and so against artists in general.
The case is related to “passing off and trade marks.”
In a video, Anoosha Syed explains why she quit the industry after struggling with anxiety, jealousy, and depression.
The company will continue to fund original content through its Black Voices and Kids Funds.
That’s 43,156 years of continuous streaming.
Youtube channel Khooni Monday’s horror videos rack up millions of views. Its creators want to see more risk-taking in Indian animation.
Follow along for a free education in short filmmaking.
Yuri Norstein and Francheska Yarbusova have been working on the feature since 1981. A new video essay retells their tale of creative ambition and frustration.
Youtuber Swoozie works closely with an advisor at the company, who helps shape his content and business strategy.
The history of Korean animation isn’t just about service work, as Youtuber Wookong shows.
The show about young adolescence has been developed on Instagram, and is set for an online-only release.
In case you haven’t heard the song enough already …
Who’s winning the animation game on Youtube? Not who you might think.
Cocomelon’s maker is suing Super Jojo for “copying and exploiting every possible element of the Cocomelon channel.”
The show is a graphic grabbag of Pop Art, Op Art, and psychedelic art references.
As of this month, creators can be paid up to $10,000 for their channels of 60-second Shorts videos.
Independent animator Cas van de Pol tells us how he organically grew his following into a hit Youtube channel.
The platform, which hosts videos of up to 60 seconds, is competing with Tiktok and others for artists and influencers.