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Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Twitch Streamer 'Ninja' Makes $500K A Month, YouTube Enacts Its Own Gun Control, Facebook Launches Paid Subscriptions, Cheddar Raises $22MM, & More

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After Record-Setting Broadcast With Drake, Twitch Streamer Ninja Says He Makes $500,000 Per Month

Tyler Blevins played video games with an A-list celebrity, and now he's making money like an A-list celebrity, too.

The First YouTube Space In The Middle East Is Now Open In Dubai

Videomakers in the Middle East can now gather at a newly-opened hub. YouTube has officially launched a space for creators in Dubai, which joins the nine other YouTube Spaces around the globe.

Ricky Ray Butler Named CEO Of Bill Gates-Owned Product Placement Agency BEN

Former global chief creative officer Ricky Ray Butler has been named CEO of the company, effective June 1. On that date, current CEO Gary Shenk will transition to the newly-created role of executive chairman.

Logan Paul Launches Twitch Channel, Drawing 190,000 Followers In 24 Hours

Though his ad revenues have been restored on YouTube — albeit to a limited extent — embattled creator Logan Paul is looking to broaden both his money-making prospects and visibility with the launch of a brand new Twitch account.

YouTube Tightens Its Policies On Gun-Related Videos

One month after the mass shooting in Parkland, Florida, and five days before the planned March For Our Lives, the world's top video site has tightened its policy regarding firearms.

Bento, A Feline Known For Appearing In Keyboard Cat Videos, Has Died

It's time to play an elegy for one of the Internet's most tuneful felines.

Cheddar Raises $22 Million, Doubling Valuation, As It Eyes International Expansion

The Series D was led by Raine Ventures and values Cheddar at $160 million.

A Sonic The Hedgehog Web Series Will Bring The Spirit Of 90s Cartoons To YouTube

The fastest thing alive is coming to YouTube.

Facebook To Launch Paid Monthly Subscriptions, New 'Rights Manager' For Creators

The company will give fans the option to support creators with monthly payments in exchange for exclusive perks, such as exclusive content and profile badges — not unlike Patreon, or the subscriptions feature on Twitch.
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