Monday, September 26, 2022
Monday, September 26, 2022


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Sidemen vs YouTube Allstars LIVE RESULT and highlights from KSI's 15-goal thriller

Big name players such as KSI, Vikkstar123, Pieface and Chunkz all featured as Sidemen FC ran out 8-7 winners at Charlton Athletic's Valley on Saturday afternoon in what was a thoroughly entertaining occasionThe Sidemen won the charity match (Image: Sidemen/YouTube)KSI led his Sidemen in an 8-7 victory over a Youtube Allstars team this weekend in a charity football match. The streamer-turned-boxer traded the ring for Charlton Athletic's The Valley for a no holds barred clash. It was the first time since 2018 that the Sidemen group have put on a charity event. All money raised will go to the Charlton Athletic Community Trust and Young Minds charity. The sold-out event will saw 27,000 pack into the east London stadium with a host of big name stars featuring, with the Sidemen eventually running out 8-7 winners in dramatic circumstances. Read all about the highlights from The Valley here...18:54KEY EVENTHIGHLIGHTS: Watch Sidemen vs YouTube AllStars18:08Daniel OrmeDeji drops fight hintDeji has hinted that IShowSpeed that he is set to be his next boxing opponent after defeating Fousey last time out. 17:56Daniel OrmeEthan praises SidemenBehzinga had a simple message for his fellow Sidemen after their win this afternoon as he took to Twitter. 17:43Daniel…

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What happened between KSI and Speed in the Sidemen vs YouTube Allstars charity match …

Entertainment sensation KSI was brutally tackled just seventeen seconds into a charity match at Charlton Athletic's stadium, the Valley, in a Sideman Vs YouTube Allstars match this afternoon. Olajide Olatunji, more commonly known as JJ or KSI, was perhaps the most famous player in the match that raised funds for the Charlton Athletic Community Trust and Young Minds charity, and took to the pitch alongside other world famous stars such as MrBeast, Chunkz and rapper JME. KSI made his name as a Youtuber with FIFA videos and has since become a successful music artist and boxer too. READ MORE:AC Milan boss makes Chelsea dig as Graham Potter prepares for back-to-back Champions League ties This was the fourth edition of the charity match, something arranged by a group of popular Youtuber's called the Sidemen which includes Miniminter, Zerkaa, TBJZL, Behzinga, Vikkstar123, KSI and WroeToShaw. Along with other internet celebrities and entertainment hits, the game reached an audience of over 2.5million people at one time as it was streamed on Youtube and fans weren't left disappointed. Just moments into the game American Youtuber IShowSpeed - more commonly known as Speed - wiped out KSI with a brutal slide tackle. Former Premier League…

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The YouTube baker fighting back against deadly “craft hacks” – MIT Technology Review

Ann Reardon is probably the last person whose content you’d expect to be banned from YouTube. A former Australian youth worker and a mother of  three, she has her own cookbook, has baked for the BBC, and once made a coin-size apple pie for two baby chicks. Since 2011 she’s been using her YouTube channel to show millions of loyal subscribers how to bake and decorate elaborate cakes. But on July 1, Reardon woke to an email from YouTube that said her latest video had been removed. “Our team has reviewed your content and unfortunately we think it violates our harmful and dangerous policy,” it read. The removal email was referring to a video that was not Reardon’s typical sugar-paste fare.  Instead, “Debunking DEADLIEST craft hack, 34 dead,” was the latest in an offshoot series on Reardon’s channel: since 2018, she has used her platform to warn viewers about dangerous new “craft hacks” that are sweeping YouTube. The baker has uploaded 28 videos tackling unsafe activities such as poaching eggs in a microwave, bleaching strawberries, and using a Coke can and a flame to pop popcorn.  On this occasion, she had been caught up in the inconsistent and messy moderation…

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YouTube Knows Using Music in Its Videos is a Pain. It May Have Found a Solution

YouTube announced a new music licensing service for content creators that will allow them to make money on videos that include commercial music For years, YouTube has had a pain point in serving its thousands of content creators: Licensing music in videos is a headache. For the largest video-sharing platform on Earth — particularly as it’s fending off competition from TikTok and Instagram for the loyalty of a creator economy that heavily uses music for content — that’s a problem. But now YouTube is looking to change that. At its Made on YouTube event in Los Angeles on Tuesday — which also unveiled new revenue models for content creators on YouTube’s Shorts platform — the company announced that it’s launching Creator Music, a new music licensing shop intended for creators to get commercial music in their videos more easily.  “Music is the soundtrack of YouTube, and finding that perfect song can make all the difference in how creators set the tone of their videos. Creators have told us time and time again that finding that right song isn’t the hard part, it’s figuring out how to license it,” YouTube’s vice president of creator product Amjad Hanif said during the event.…

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YouTube Targets TikTok With Monetization For Creators' Short Videos – Forbes

YouTube just took arguably its biggest swing yet at TikTok as the platform war intensifies.SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images The Google-owned giant is putting the squeeze on rival video platform TikTok by launching revenue-sharing for YouTube Shorts. YouTube has unveiled a new way for creators to monetize Shorts, a change aimed at making the short-form videos more lucrative for some of the biggest stars and aspiring talent on the internet. The move is arguably YouTube’s biggest swing yet at TikTok, a rival video giant from China that is, as some say, eating the lunch of American social media companies—snapping up U.S.-based creators and audiences in the intensifying platform war. Starting next year, eligible YouTube creators will be able to keep a more sizable portion of monthly ad revenue coming from Shorts, executives announced Tuesday at “Made on YouTube,” an event in Los Angeles that featured speakers including singer Jason Derulo, online personalities Colin and Samir, famed choreographer Kyle Hanagami and hair-stylist-turned-viral-entertainer Kris Collins. They will split that revenue with the music partners whose songs are used in the videos. (How much, exactly, creators will pocket is unclear: YouTube’s messaging has led some to believe posters will keep 45% of their…

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