YouTube recently celebrated its eighth birthday, reminding us that less than a decade ago we had no access to cute cat videos, screaming goat clips and viral trends such as the Harlem Shake How, oh how, did we ever survive?
For most of this week, I was in Cannes for the MIPTV conference, finding out how the television industry is responding to digital disruption. The conference's MIPCube strand included a session run by YouTube aimed at content creators.
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Tell My Friends, currently in beta testing, wants to encourage digital music sales by giving fans a percentage of every sale they facilitate. (Tell My Friends aims to turn music sales into an affiliate ...
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