"Let's Play" YouTuber PewDiePie gets cut off by Disney after WSJ research into his recent videos.
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YouTube answers the rise of Facebook Video with its own take on social networking.
Creators don't just load their trailers to YouTube - they watch people reacting to them, too.
Another YouTube star is making the switch to mainstream media power player.
YouTube celebs now carry more influence than traditional ones. How will that change their creative output?
Making viral videos is hard. Finding and licensing them is a much more sustainable business model.
Trigger Warning: mention of Jeremy Clarkson in this post
Facebook has a very simple tool in its war with YouTube: useful comments