An investigation into the mysterious companies that are producing the most popular children’s content on Youtube, and what effect it might be having on children.
Youtube is the new gatekeeper for animation creators – and that’s not necessarily a good thing.
A new study reveals valuable insights into online consumption habits by teens.
Popeye is making a comeback.
Aardman needs to do more than make a Youtube channel if it wants to support independent creators and producers.
Youtube’s poorly-regulated and selectively-enforced policies continue to hurt filmmakers.
Attention, filmmakers: Here are some new ways to ensure your animated short gets seen by online audiences.
As of today, filmmakers can post videos to Amazon’s video service and earn royalties based on hours streamed.
At least it’s a start to fixing Youtube’s broken copyright claim system.
Creators are calling for an end to Youtube’s current policies, which allow corporations to abuse American copyright law and restrict the free speech rights of independent artists.
We explore how the Pegbarians have built a career out of balancing commissioned and original work with (or around) YouTube’s monetization system.
Mondo Media may be expanding their brand into the kid-friendly market, but that doesn’t mean they’re neglecting their adult-oriented successes.
After years of producing teen-targeted shows like “Happy Tree Friends” and “Dick Figures,” Mondo Media is eyeing the lucrative kids’ market by teaming up with major toy manufacturer Spin Master, makers of Bakugan Battle Brawlers, Air Hogs, and Hedbanz.
Sony Pictures has demanded the removal of the CGI short film Sintel from YouTube due to a claim of copyright infringement. One small problem: they don’t actually own anything in the film.
When it was announced that Comedy Central’s Ugly Americans would not be returning for a third season, the show’s creator Devin Clark …
Earlier this month, it was announced that DreamWorks Animation had purchased the YouTube channel AwesomenessTV for $33 million in cash. …
Well, that didn’t take long. The entertainment companies that took millions of dollars from YouTube to operate content channels are coming under fire for their mistreatment of content producers
Back when Fred Seibert launched Channel Frederator, he took advantage of the privilege afforded to start-ups and rarely paid filmmakers …
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qXbIE1pHQEI NEW YORK and LOS ANGELES, April 13, 2012Â — SMOSH, an online leader in teen and young …
In last week’s post about Butch Hartman’s animation channel, I wrote that, “The word of the year for Internet content is CHANNELS.” The …