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              more   Tennessee Senator Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) penned a letter this week to YouTube after it was revealed the social media giant demonetized a news video discussing a story how former Chinese Vice Premier Zhang Gaoli allegedly sexually assaulted Chinese tennis star Peng Shuai. An episode of Breaking Points, a YouTube show hosted by Saagar Enjeti and Krystal Ball, was demonetized after it ran a segment discussing the disappearance of the tennis star, the Federalist reports. “Despite the CCP’s history of human rights violations and ‘disappearing’ its own citizens, YouTube chose to demonetize the video. According to YouTube, ‘it isn’t suitable for all advertisers,’ and ‘will continue to run limited or no ads,” Blackburn said in her letter addressed to Susan Wojcicki, CEO of Youtube. According to a press release sent out by Blackburn’s office, YouTube, which has publicly promoted the MeToo movement, is helping Beijing rewrite history. “It apparently is not enough that YouTube takes steps to censor American citizens. Now it is working with the CCP to promote its dangerous viewpoints around the world,” Blackburn said. “I understand...
              moreby Ailan Evans   YouTube prevented a video about a missing Chinese tennis star from receiving advertising revenue on Friday. The video, titled “Chinese Star VANISHES After Rape Accusation I Breaking Points with Krystal and Saagar” and appearing on the Breaking Points channel, was demonetized early Friday, according to a tweet from the channel’s host Saagar Enjeti. Enjeti posted a screenshot of an email purportedly from YouTube to the Breaking Points channel informing him that the video “isn’t suitable for all advertisers” and would not be eligible to run ads. The video concerned Peng Shuai, a female tennis player in the Women’s Tennis Association who is reportedly missing after she accused former vice premier Zhang Gaoli of sexual assault in a Nov. 2 Weibo post. Following Peng’s post, Chinese authorities attempted to remove all traces of the post from the internet, CNN reported. “Sorry @YouTube. We meant to say Peng Shaui is safe and sound and  just can’t wait for the Olympics in China which ofc is the best country in the world!” Enjeti tweeted as a caption to the screenshot. Google did not immediately respond...
    Web light Want to know how, now, the aforementioned entertainment platform will allow you to watch video presentation while in that mode, as it continues to offer new functions for Android users to enjoy the new experience while playing videos in full screen? Do? We will explain it below. Last October, Web light For those who want to play videos in full screen it brings two new tools: first, it offers the opportunity to view comments, but first you need to open this comment box and then stretch the screen; In the meantime, the second reproduce list, to appreciate it you have to slide from bottom to top while in the above mode. View: YouTube: Do this if you can not see the comments of the videos from the computer Above fullscreen comments and below playlist (Photo: Mac) The most useful information that most people want to see when playing full screen videos is its description, for example: If you usually watch music videos and put the lyrics of a song in the description, this tool will be very useful...
    Logan Paul can be seen slapping a person who called the YouTube personality a "p****" outside of a nightclub in a now-viral video clip. The incident took place near the Nightingale Plaza nightclub in Los Angeles on Wednesday night, when Paul, 26, was being asked about his rumored boxing match with Mike Tyson , according to TMZ . CONNECTICUT TEACHER ALLEGEDLY TOOK DOZENS OF UP-SKIRT PHOTOS OF FEMALE STUDENTS' 'BUTTOCKS, CHESTS, OR VAGINAL AREAS' A bystander is heard asking, "are you a p**** or what?" Surrounding fans are then heard booing. Paul walks over to the individual with a smile on his face, shoves him, and then slaps him in the face before others step in to separate the two. Security is seen taking the man away. Paul was at the club with his friend Mike Majlak. Other guests in attendance that night at the club included Tana Mongeau, Bryce Hall, Charly Jordan, Harry Jowsey, Lil Tjay, Daisy Marquez, and Santea, according to the Daily Stardust, which posted the video to YouTube....
    JOSH Duggar joked with his brothers during his younger sibling Justin's wedding video just WEEKS before his child pornography arrest. The reality star, 33, was arrested and charged with possessing and receiving child pornography in April 2021. 5Josh Duggar joked around at his younger sibling Justin’s wedding WEEKS before child pornography arrestCredit: AP 5Justin and Claire tied the knot in February this yearCredit: Justin & Claire Duggar YouTube Justin, 18, and Claire Spivey, 19, tied the knot at a ceremony in front of friends and family in Texas on February 26. The pair - who got engaged in November 2020 after meeting earlier in the year - have recently shared their wedding highlights on their YouTube channel. Many of his brothers and sisters, including Josh, attended their special day. In one clip from their new post, the political activist can be seen throwing Justin up in the air to celebrate his brother getting hitched. Meanwhile in another, Josh can be seen posting for a family photo in front of the church. Then on April 29, 2021, The...
    YouTube deleted a “Let’s Go Brandon” music video slamming Joe Biden from rapper Bryson Gray this past week for allegedly pushing “medical misinformation.” “What medical misinformation is in the song? Whoa,” Bryson Bryson tweeted on Thursday. Update: The music video was just banned. @YouTube this is crazy. — CCG BRYSON (@RealBrysonGray) October 21, 2021 The song lyrics that YouTube took most issue with suggested that the coronavirus pandemic may have been “planned” and that President Biden lied about the effectiveness of vaccines. “Pandemic ain’t real, they just planned it,” Gray raps at one point. “Biden said the jab stop the spread, it was lies,” he also raps. Gray said YouTube initially deleted the lyric version of the music video before the actual music video in which he wears a MAGA hat while holding an assault rifle. On Thursday, YouTube tech support told Gray the company would investigate the ban. “Jumping in – we’re passing this along to the right team for a re-review,” YouTube told Gray. ‘We’ll share updates once we hear back from them. Appreciate your patience in the meantime.”...
    Authorities are searching for a Michigan shooting suspect after discovering firearms used at the scene of a September restaurant shooting in his music video posted to YouTube. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF) confirmed to Fox News that the agency obtained a federal warrant for Tylique Campbell's arrest on Thursday for being a felon in possession of a handgun under 18 U.S. Code § 922 (g)(1). "They were able to identify that he was a contributor to gun violence in Pontiac," ATF Detroit Public Information Officer Tracy Morris told Fox News. Authorities are searching for a Michigan shooting suspect after discovering firearms used at the scene of a September shooting in his music video posted to YouTube. (YouTube/ Michigan Department of Corrections) The Oakland County Sheriff's Office confirmed to Fox News that Campbell, 22, was taken into custody on Oct. 4 but posted bond four days later, allowing for his release on Oct. 8, but could not immediately share any additional information about Campbell's arrest. The suspect is currently on probation for making a false bomb...
    Rep. Jeff Fortenberry, R-Neb., speaks as the House Rules Committee meets to formulate a rule on the H.R.4502 appropriations bill on Monday, July 26, 2021.Bill Clark | CQ-Roll Call, Inc. | Getty Images Nebraska Republican Rep. Jeff Fortenberry, in an unusual YouTube video featuring his wife, dog and 1963 Ford 100 pickup truck, revealed he expects to be criminally charged with lying to FBI agents in connection with a probe about illegal campaign donations provided by a foreigner. "To be accused of this is extremely painful and we are suffering greatly," Fortenberry says on the video, which has a folksy visual appearance despite the serious nature of the disclosure. "They've accused me of lying to them, and are charging me with this," he said. "We're shocked and stunned, I feel so personally betrayed. We thought we were trying to help. And now we will have to fight." "I did not lie to them," said Fortenberry, 60, who has represented Nebraska's 1st Congressional District since 2005. Multiple news outlets reported that the probe is focused on donations funneled to Fortenberry's campaign...
    YouTube Debra Danielsen In Debra Danielsen’s latest music video, the 63-year-old struts her stuff with some zombies in a graveyard. The song is titled “Bullets & Booze,” and features actors dressed up as zombies in a graveyard who then visit the bar where Danielsen is waiting in a black suit and top hat. Play 'Bullets & Booze' – Official Music Video | Debra Danielsen MusicThe OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO for my song "Bullets & Booze". Download/Stream "Bullets & Booze" Here: unitedmasters.com/m/603e910486f548525fa59f77 #DebzOG #DebraDMusic #DebraDanielsen2021-10-14T04:00:30Z Danielsen captioned her Instagram post promoting the video: “‘Bullets & Booze’ OFFICIAL Music Video just released on YouTube! Click link in bio and head over to my channel. You’re gonna LOVE this one!” But do fans all really love it? And what’s the latest on Danielsen and her daughter, Farrah Abraham? Here’s what you need to know:‘Please Stop’ View this post on Instagram A post shared by Debra Danielsen (@ddanielsen1) Fans have had shared heated remarks about the video. One person wrote on Instagram, “This puts the Tack in Tacky.” Another added, “what’s wrong...
    Liberal networks ignored that child actors were used in the educational YouTube space video featuring Vice President Kamala Harris, ignoring. The YouTube Originals video, which was shared last week by NASA and produced by the Canadian production company Sinking Ship Entertainment, was aimed at getting children interested in space and included an appearance by NASA astronaut Shane Kimbrough from the International Space Station. Harris' starring role was the subject of social media mockery for expressing over-the-top enthusiasm about space towards the five children, joining them for a visit to the Naval Observatory. INTERNET GOES CRAZY OVER KAMALA HARRIS SPACE VIDEO USING CHILD ACTORS: ‘BETTER THAN VEEP’ One of the children in the video, 13-year-old Trevor Bernardino, revealed to Monterey Bay's KSBW TV that he had gone through an audition process where he had to submit a monologue and was interviewed before landing the gig. Child actors Derrick Brooks II, Emily Kim, Sydney Schmooke and Zhoriel Tapo also appeared alongside the vice president.  None of the three major broadcasts networks mentioned Harris' widely panned video on their morning and evening newscasts...
    The children who appeared in Vice President Kamala Harris’s space-themed YouTube Originals show were selected by the video giant and paid, the company said. “The casting process for this show was no different from typical unscripted kids shows across other networks and streaming platforms. YouTube selected the kids that were featured,” a YouTube spokesperson told the Washington Examiner in a statement. “We reached out via not for profit organizations, social media and traditional casting websites, looking for kids who were interested in contributing positively to their communities.” HARRIS HIRES MESSAGING GURUS TO SHORE UP ‘LONG-TERM PLANNING’ The nearly 10-minute video shows five children from around the country traveling to Washington, D.C., to learn about the space program. Arriving at the Naval Observatory, the children set out to find the tools to build a telescope before learning that they will meet with Harris, who chairs the National Space Council. The video was produced by Sinking Ship Entertainment, a Toronto-based media company that specializes in live-action programming, according to its website . The Washington Examiner reported Monday that the children...
    (CNN)The White House says it did not select the child actors who appeared in a YouTube-original video featuring Vice President Kamala Harris, responding to criticism from conservative media and politicians that the use of the actors was deceptive.In a video posted last week, Harris participated in a YouTube Originals Kids & Family special focused on space, called "Get Curious with Vice President Harris." In the video, Harris met with five school-aged kids at the US Naval Observatory, took questions and spoke about space exploration. The vice president is now catching heat from Republican lawmakers and right-wing media for the video not disclosing that the children were actors.A White House official told CNN the vice president's office did not select the kids who participated in the special. In a statement provided to CNN on Tuesday, a YouTube spokesperson said the company selected the children and defended the hiring process."The casting process for this show was no different from typical unscripted kids shows across other networks and streaming platforms," the statement read. "YouTube selected the kids that were featured. We reached out...
    A NASA video featuring Vice President Kamala Harris interacting personally with children across America used child actors, according to reports. The YouTube video features Harris interacting enthusiastically with a group of children from all across America — Emily from New Jersey, Derek from St. Louis, Zorielle from Lafayette, Lousiana, Trevor from Montonray, California, and Sydney from Iowa City, Iowa. Kamala Harris participates in a event with child actors in a YouTube feature with NASA (Screenshot YouTube/NASA) But all of the children in the video are child actors, according to reports. Trevor from Bernardino, California, a 13-year-old actor, explained to a local news station he sent in an audition tape for the video before his agent called him to tell him he got the part. After filming the video with Harris, he praised Harris’ personality. “She just sat us down. She is super charismatic,” he said. “She’s everything that I ever thought of her, plus more.” In the video, the group of children arrive at the Naval Observatory where they react enthusiastically when they discover Vice President Kamala Harris lives there. “Welcome you...
    The White House on Tuesday said it did not select the children, reportedly child actors, who appeared in a YouTube video with Vice President Harris.  The video has led to mockery of Harris by some Republicans, who have taken shots at the White House for staging an event.  “Wow. Even for politics, this is cynical. Quite literally…fake news,” Sen. Ted CruzRafael (Ted) Edward CruzGOP lawmakers introduce measure in support of Columbus Day Biden administration competency doubts increase 'Saturday Night Live' targets Facebook whistleblower hearing MORE (R-Texas) tweeted. The nearly 10-minute YouTube video, titled "Vice President Kamala HarrisKamala HarrisBiden administration competency doubts increase Emhoff shares photo with Harris highlighting Dodgers-Giants rivalry amid playoffs The perfect Democratic running mate for DeSantis? MORE and an Astronaut? What A Day! | Get Curious with Vice President Harris," shows five children traveling from around the country to the Naval Observatory to learn about NASA and the space program. During the video, the children meet with Harris, the head of the Space Council, outside her residence near the Naval Observatory. The visit took place in August,...
    The White House passed the buck to YouTube after backlash ensued for Vice President Kamala Harris' awkward performance alongside child actors in a video promoting kids' interest in space. According to a White House official, the vice president's office did not select the children involved in the YouTube special Get Curious with Vice President Harris, a series focused on getting kids interested in space. Harris was tasked in May with leading the Cabinet-level National Space Council. The same few days Harris was shooting the video at the Naval Observatory, the Taliban was beginning to take over Afghanistan and the southern border was being flooded with illegal immigrants. Questions have emerged over whether taxpayer dollars were used to fund the video and pay the children actors who appeared alongside the vice president.  The head of Entertainment Communications at YouTube did not immediately answer a DailyMail.com call requesting comment on the series. The video, which has received a slew of criticism ranging from the vice president's mannerisms to the fact the children were hired actors, was shot at Harris' residence from August...
    The first installment of Vice President Kamala Harris’s YouTube Originals space series featured child actors who auditioned for their roles in the project. Trevor Bernadino, a 13-year-old actor from Carmel, California, and one of five teenagers featured in the video, was asked to submit a monologue discussing something he is passionate about and three questions for a world leader, according to an interview with KSBW TV. Trevor then interviewed with the production director. “And then after that, like a week later, my agent called me, and he’s like, ‘Hey Trevor, you booked it,’” Trevor said. He didn’t learn until much later that he would be meeting with Harris, who was appointed to lead the National Space Council earlier this year. HARRIS HIRES MESSAGING GURUS TO SHORE UP ‘LONG-TERM PLANNING' Bernadino was joined by Derrick Brooks II, another child actor , Emily Kim, likewise a child actor , Zhoriel Tapo, a child actor and aspiring journalist who has interviewed former first lady Michelle Obama , and Sydney Schmooke. Last week, YouTube Originals announced Get Curious with Vice President Harris, a...
    GABBY Petito uploaded her now-infamous "Van Life" video to YouTube two days after her fiance Brian Laundrie mysteriously flew home during their cross-country road trip to "clean out a storage unit." The eight-minute clip, titled "VAN LIFE|Beginning Our Van Life Journey", was uploaded to their account "Nomadic Static" on August 19 and features an array of picturesque shots and idyllic images, presenting the couple as a pair very much in love, embarking on the trip of a lifetime. 5The video has since been viewed more than five million times on YoutubeCredit: Tiktok / Gabby Petito 5It presents the couple as a pair very much in love, embarking on the trip of a lifetimeCredit: Youtube / Nomadic Statik The couple also regularly posted updates about their trip on their Instagram pages, perpetuating the same hunky-dory narrative. But behind the rose-tinted lens of their social media posts, the couple appeared to be enduring a more turbulent time on the road than they were willing to let on. On August 12, less than two months into their trip, Gabby, 22, and Laundrie,...
    Gabby Petito told a police officer on Aug. 12 that her fiancé, Brian Laundrie, didn't believe in her dream to create a website and blog, but she was apparently able to edit and publish an eight-minute video when Laundrie left her for nearly a week in Salt Lake City while he flew home to Florida.   The video, entitled "VAN LIFE | Beginning Our Van Life Journey," was posted to her YouTube channel, "Nomadic Statik," on Aug. 19, two days after Laundrie traveled to Florida to close a "storage unit to save money," according to his lawyer, Steven Bertolino. During an interview with Dr. Phil, Petito's family attorney Richard Stafford suggested Laundrie stole Gabby's credit card to fund the flight.   Petito's inaugural blog video was a recap of the couple's first weeks on the road and has now been viewed more than 5 million times. She also documented her travels on her Instagram account, and was in the process of creating her own website before she was killed.  Another YouTube channel, "True Crime Rocket Science," suggested in a video...
    A disturbing video posted to YouTube shows authorities shooting a 2,000-pound steer that escaped a Trenton slaughterhouse Friday. The animal ran through streets of Hamilton and Trenton after escaping from Trenton Halal Packing Co. on Roebling Avenue around 9 a.m., NJ Advance Media reports. The animal jumped a fence on Cedar Lane while authorities were trying to load it into a truck, then took off through a gas station parking lot, a post office, and then into yards in Hamilton, the outlet said. Footage posted to YouTube by user Apney Dreams shows officers shooting the animal twice in a Hamilton yard. Some residents were evacuated.
    FANS and peers of beauty vlogger Mel Thompson were shocked by her sudden death on Sunday night, reported by her husband just days after the YouTuber posted her final video. The comments sections of the announcement, posted by Mel’s husband to her Instagram account, were filled with friends and viewers grieving the makeup artist, whose cause of death has not been confirmed. 1Mel Thompson's husband broke the news of her death in a post on her Instagram account Mel’s last post before the announcement posted by her husband was a simple selfie captioned “HAPPY MONDAY, BEAUTIES,” from just one week before her death. In her final video, posted September 24, the mom of four gives no indication that things are amiss. "I will see you all in my next video,” she says cheerily at the ending of the review. Mel reviews a palette made in collaboration with her fellow beauty blogger, Wayne Goss, in her final YouTube upload. "I say it all the time but I mean it from the bottom of my heart, I absolutely love you," Mel says...
    NETFLIX is stepping its ambitious move into gaming up a gear with the release of an action-packed top down shooter. "Kate: Collateral Damage" will launch on online PC store Steam next month to go with the US streaming giant's recently reeased big-budget flick, "Kate". 3Netflix is releasing its very own video game next monthCredit: Ludic Studios 3The title will accompany the upcoming Netflix film, 'Kate'Credit: Ludic Studios Kate follows the story of a fatally poisoned assassin working in Tokyo who has less than 24 hours to get revenge on whoever ordered the hit. You take control of the central character on her quest to track down the Yakuza mob bosses responsible for her impending death. According to the accompanying game's Steam listing, players will battle through city in an "time-attack, action roguelike" inspired by the film. You'll battle against a timer that's ticking down to your untimely demise. Players extend each run by killing enemies to delay the countdown. "A time bar at the top of the screen constantly marches towards your inevitable death at the hands of the deadly...
    GABBY Petito's fiancé Brian Laundrie was spotted in a YouTube video reading the horror science fiction novel Annihilation which is about women who go missing. In the clip, uploaded to the couple's Nomadic Statik channel on August 19, Laundrie, 23, is seen swaying on a makeshift hammock while reading the Jeff VanderMeer book. 6Brian was pictured reading a horror novel known as 'Annihilation'Credit: YouTube 6The couple documented their road trip on their YouTube platform Nomadic StatikCredit: Instagram @gabspetito Gabby was reported missing on September 11 and Laundrie was identified as a person of interest by cops last week but he has not been charged with any crime. Annihilation focuses on four women who explore a fictional coastal location known as Area X - which has been cut off from civilization for 30 years. Three of the women die while the fourth character remains in the mystery location permanently. The footage went viral and prompted users to suggest that the YouTube clip should be handed to the police to investigate, Newsweek reports. Tiktokker @alyssaest93 claimed the footage was “disturbing”...
    Bought a Spin Bike? Heading To Class? These Are the Best Spin Shoes To Wear in 2021 Texans Deshaun Watson out vs. Jaguars; absence not injury related © Ariana Grande/YouTube Ariana Grande in the "Positions" music video. Ariana Grande/YouTube Ariana Grande said her husband Dalton Gomez came up with the concept for her "Positions" video. She told Allure that they were driving home when Gomez asked: "What if you were the president?" Grande then called the music-video director about the new plan and shot the video three days later. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Ariana Grande's husband Dalton Gomez came up with the idea for her "Positions" music video, the 28-year-old Grammy winner revealed to Allure on Friday. In the Dave Meyers-directed music video, Grande assumes the role of the President of the United States, alternating between signing bills in the Oval Office and cooking pasta in the White House kitchen. Gomez, a real estate agent who married the "Thank U, Next" singer in May 2021, was the brains behind the vision, Grande said....
    Image source: YouTube screenshot Image source: YouTube screenshot Smoke can be seen following the gunfire. The shooter then heads back to the car he was pretending to work on. Image source: YouTube screenshot WNBC said the gunman shot Dixon twice before driving off. More from the station:Detectives working the case said that Dixon had been staying at a nearby Comfort Inn. Sources told NBC New York that Dixon was constantly looking behind him as he moved around the neighborhood. Detectives said that every time Dixon walked to his rental car, he would look around, almost knowing that he was being targeted.Sources said that they are investigating the possibility that the person who shot and killed Dixon believed he was cooperating with the government against the codefendants.The Daily News reported that Dixon was a former gang member who had been released from federal prison less than a year ago, after serving two decades in connection with a 1992 murder.WNBC reported that Dixon had a "significant" amount of money on him. Image source: YouTube screenshotWhat's the...
    A CRAZY conspiracy theory claims the hit film Back to the Future predicted the 9/11 terror attacks. The first movie in the iconic trilogy was released more than 30 years ago, but eagle-eyed fans are still finding new hidden messages in it, or so they claim. 7The movie is an 'elaborate warning' about what would happen on September 11, 2001, the video claimsCredit: Alamy The theory that Marty McFly warned the world that the Twin Towers would be attacked by terrorists on September 11 is laid out in a video that's been watched more than four million times. It claims it is not "scientific" and instead is a “a work of mysticism and sophistry.”  A scene in "the Twin Pines mall" is at the center of this theory, as it depicts a surprise attack perpetrated by "Muslim terrorists" from Libya. According to the conspiracy theory, the word "twin" is a reference to the Twin Towers. Moreover, when you turn the mall sign upside down, the numbers on the clock read 911. The twin pines are allegedly a "symbolic...
    The video includes Newsom's implementation of draconian public health measures during the COVID-19 pandemic, hypocritical maskless visit to a ritzy California restaurant last November, and continued promotion of jailbreak policies in the state among the litany of reasons for his ouster. The embattled governor is set to face a recall election on Sept. 14 after a campaign pushing the initiative obtained more than 1.5 million signatures last spring. Dozens of candidates have put their hats in the ring to become the Golden State's next governor should voters decide to recall their current leader. Conservative radio host Larry Elder has emerged as Newsom's most formidable opponent in recent weeks. Elder shared the "100 reasons" video on Twitter Thursday.Here are 100 Reasons to Recall Gavin Newsom https://t.co/cZSb1s029B #RecallGavinNewsom #WeveGotAStateToSave — Larry Elder (@Larry Elder)1630558441.0TheBlaze reported last week that, despite the fact that a large majority of voters in California are Democrats, Elder has a legitimate chance to become the state's next governor due to the recall election's rules: The recall ballot will ask two questions. First, should the governor be...
    RHOC alum Jo De La Rosa has shown fans her massive bruises following plastic surgery earlier this year. The reality star, 40, documented her nose job and eye lift in a candid video on YouTube. 4Jo De La Rosa has revealed her bruised face following plastic surgeryCredit: YouTube 4Jo underwent a nose job and eye lift earlier this yearCredit: YouTube Jo - who starred in the first four seasons of RHOC - told fans she's been thinking about having the surgeries for a "really long time" before deciding to go under the knife. The TV star wrote: "Earlier this year, I made a big decision to get a little face refresh for my birthday so today, I'm sharing my plastic surgery journey so you can see everything I went through!" She continued: "It's been about six months now since I got my nose and under eyes done and I'm so happy with my results! "Meet my plastic surgeon, Dr. Niccole, and his incredible team at Cosmeticare that made it all happen!" Most read in CelebrityExclusive'HEADACHE' Kourtney wants Travis to...
    Pina Records Natti Natasha releases "Noches en Miami" Natti Natasha shifts her career into high gear with the release of her new music video “Noches en Miami”. But before you start watching the new music video, find out interesting facts about the making of it. In the video, Natti Natasha joins two friends, including former Miss Colombia Ariadna Gutierrez, for a girls night out in Miami. In an organic, nocturnal style, the filming took place over a 12-hour period in 10 different locations allowing the cameras to capture the unique vibe of each location. “We definitely knew how to represent how nights are lived in Miami and we enjoy it in quantity”, said director Marlon Peña, who mentioned that handheld cameras with vintage lenses and various formats were used. “Nights in Miami” was filmed in popular Wynwood, Miami Beach and Key Biscayne. In addition, in the audiovisuals recorded in a realistic, documentary style, they follow the story of a spiteful woman, played by Natti, who goes out aimlessly on a crazy night in Miami, among friends. Betrayed by...
    The latest platform to join this trend has been YouTube, which launched the beta of its Shorts on Monday The short, vertical and mobile-oriented video it is an increasingly consolidated format in social networks. The last step has been the arrival in Spain from this Monday of the beta of YouTube Shorts, which is added to other platforms that already offer it successfully such as TikTok, Instagram and Triller. Each platform has its own definition, but the short video format usually has a minimum of 15 seconds and a maximum of between one minute and three. These are vertical videos made to be viewed from the mobile in full screen without having to rotate it, and generally with automatic playback. Although the video has been popular for years on social networks such as Facebook, Instagram and YouTube, the success of the short video is more recent and coincides with the arrival of new platforms such as Triller and, above all, TikTok. The success of TikTok The Chinese company ByteDance launched TikTok on 2017. internationally as a...
    YouTube has removed a video from a Republican lawmaker in which she says she announced she was suing Mayor Bill de Blasio for his vaccine passport scheme in New York. 'I'm the latest victim of big tech censorship,' Rep. Nicole Malliotakis tweeted.  'YouTube removed the video of my press conference announcing our lawsuit against @NYCMayor's vaccine passport claiming it "violates community guidelines." My office reached out to YouTube asking why and all we've heard back is crickets.' Users who click on the link to the video are met with a message informing them: 'This video has been removed for violating YouTube's Community Guidelines.' Democrat Mayor de Blasio this month made New York City the first place in the U.S. to mandate vaccine passports for indoor public places.   'I'm the latest victim of big tech censorship,' Rep. Nicole Malliotakis (pictured in Washington in May) tweeted Democrat Mayor Bill de Blasio this month made New York City the first place in the U.S. to mandate vaccine passports for indoor public places Users who click on the link to...
    Google-owned YouTube took down a video from Rep. Nicole Malliotakis (R-NY), reportedly without offering an explanation to the Congresswoman. According to Rep. Malliotakis, the video consisted of her press conference announcing her lawsuit against the Democrat Mayor of New York City, Bill de Blasio, for his implementation of a vaccine “passport” scheme in the city. April 12, 2021; New York, NY, USA; New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio talks about the reopening of Broadway theaters as well as a just opened COVID-19 vaccination site for theater, film, TV workers in Times Square in Manhattan April 12, 2021. Mayor de Blasio was joined by actor, producer, and playwright Lin-Manuel Miranda as well as Broadway performers, who sang several songs during the event.Mandatory Credit: Seth Harrison-USA TODAY NETWORK Users attempting to navigate to the video are currently met with a notice from YouTube informing them that the video has been taken down due to a violation of the platform’s community guidelines, without specifying which guideline had been broken or how. Malliotakis says she has received no explanation from YouTube. Breitbart News...
    More On: rand paul Dud on the dance floor: ‘Squad’ rep maskless at indoor wedding after slamming Rand Paul Dr. Fauci’s intolerable obfuscation and other commentary Letters to the Editor — July 22, 2021 Rand Paul says he’ll seek criminal referral against Fauci over Wuhan lab Sen. Rand Paul won’t be posting on YouTube for the next seven days after the mammoth video platform banned him over a post questioning the efficacy of masks on Tuesday. YouTube told CNN the ban was a “first strike” in their “three strikes policy,” while denying that any political consideration was taken. “This resulted in a first strike on the channel, which means it can’t upload content for a week, per our longstanding three strikes policy. We apply our policies consistently across the platform, regardless of speaker or political views, and we make exceptions for videos that have additional context such as countervailing views from local health authorities.” The Kentucky lawmaker fired back in a tweet, calling the ban a “badge of honor.” “A badge of honor . . ....
    YouTube suspended Republican Senator Rand Paul for seven days on Tuesday night for posting a video disputing whether masks stop the spread of COVID. 'Most of the masks you get over the counter don’t work. They don’t prevent infection,' Paul of Kentucky said in the video which has been taken down. 'Trying to shape human behavior isn't the same as following the actual science, which tells us that cloth masks don’t work,' he added. A YouTube spokesperson said Paul's claims in the three-minute clip violated their policy on COVID medical misinformation. The company, owned by Google, states that videos will be taken if they claim that 'masks do not play a role in preventing the contraction of transmission of COVID-19'. Paul responded with outrage on Twitter after YouTube announced the ban and called it a 'badge of honor'. He also included a link to watch the video on a different platform, Liberty Tree.  'Leftwing cretins at Youtube banning me for 7 days for a video that quotes 2 peer reviewed articles saying cloth masks don’t work,’ he lamented. Senator...
    Review: FlexiSpot’s Comhar is the Rolls-Royce of Standing Desks Baseballs best shots from 2021 season © YouTube Singer Rick Astley's "Never Gonna Give You Up," was co-opted in a popular internet prank in the mid 2000s. YouTube The music video for Rick Astley's 1987 hit, "Never Gonna Give You Up," has hit a billion YouTube views. The song was popularized by "rickrolling," an internet prank that started in the mid-2000s. It's the fourth song from the 1980s to surpass a billion views on YouTube, per The Washington Post. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. That's one billion rickrolls and counting. The official music video for Rick Astley's "Never Gonna Give You Up" has officially hit one billion views on YouTube. The video for Astley's 1987 song was uploaded to YouTube on October 25, 2009, and broke the record on July 29. As of press time, it has recorded over 1.01 billion views. The song reached legendary status after it was co-opted in a long-enduring internet prank that started in the mid-2000s and involves sending someone...
    Singer Rick Astley's "Never Gonna Give You Up," was co-opted in a popular internet prank in the mid 2000s. YouTube The music video for Rick Astley's 1987 hit, "Never Gonna Give You Up," has hit a billion YouTube views. The song was popularized by "rickrolling," an internet prank that started in the mid-2000s. It's the fourth song from the 1980s to surpass a billion views on YouTube, per The Washington Post.  10 Things in Politics: The latest in politics & the economy Loading Something is loading. Email address By clicking ‘Sign up’, you agree to receive marketing emails from Insider as well as other partner offers and accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. That's one billion rickrolls and counting.  The official music video for Rick Astley's "Never Gonna Give You Up" has officially hit one billion views on YouTube. The video for Astley's 1987 song was uploaded to YouTube on October 25, 2009, and broke the record on July 29. As of press time, it has recorded over 1.01 billion views. The song reached legendary status...
    YouTube Mike Lindell cyber symposium Mike Lindell, the controversial My Pillow CEO, is streaming a 72-hour cyber symposium devoted to his 2020 election conspiracy theories. See videos from the cyber symposium throughout this article. You can also see a live stream of the cyber symposium via YouTube below. According to Newsweek, Lindell spoke to a live crowd in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, and he claimed the cyber symposium was hacked, delaying it briefly. Daily Beast also reported that this claim delayed day one of Lindell’s live streamed event. Here’s the live stream: Play Cyber Symposium – Frankspeech.comJoin us on our Telegram Channel @ t.me/joinchat/q3W_OmwYIB5iMzIx Cyber Symposium – Live from FrankSpeech.com – Mike Lindell August 10th -12th starting on 9am CT Tuesday, August 10, 2021 #mikelindell #livestreaming #cybersymposium2021-08-10T00:32:49Z Clips from the cyber symposium were also shared widely on Twitter, where they were mocked by some. Mike Lindell says he’s not going to eat and that he’s going to stay on stage for 72 hours. pic.twitter.com/gBsRjGPNgq — PatriotTakes ???????? (@patriottakes) August 10, 2021 “We need to...
    Sen. Rand Paul is fuming after YouTube censored the second one of his videos for violating community guidelines on COVID-19 and suspended him from posting more videos for a week. “They are now banning all my speech, including speech that is given on the Senate floor, which is protected constitutional,” the Kentucky Republican senator told reporters on Tuesday. “YouTube now thinks they are smart enough and godly enough that they can oversee speech, even constitutionally protected speech.” YouTube last week removed a video of an interview the Kentucky Republican senator did on Newsmax. Paul discussed his suspicions about the origins of the coronavirus, his feud with Anthony Fauci over what funding for research in China’s Wuhan lab came from the United States, and argued that most face coverings do not help stop the spread of the virus. INDEPENDENTS COOLING ON BIDEN SPELLS TROUBLE FOR DEMOCRATS IN 2022 Paul, an eye doctor, then recorded, and on Aug. 3 uploaded, a second video chastising YouTube for taking down the video and promoted one of its competitors, Rumble....
    The most used video platform in the world is receiving an update that will allow users to change chapters within the same video with just one gesture. As YouTube becomes more indispensable in our lives, the folks at Google insist on launching new features to make spending hours on the platform more enjoyable (as well as safer). In this sense, the inclusion of the chapters to separate the different contents and topics that were given in the same video was one of the most important and useful updates, since it helped to navigate through the videos without making much effort. This feature, which is used by both the creator and the viewer, had until now a negative point: that it was very difficult to precisely select the beginning of each chapter, as it could only be done by eye. Up to now. Since YouTube has introduced a new gesture option in its latest update, which consists of tapping your fingers twice on the screen to jump from chapter to chapter. If the two blows are in the left side we...
    The Best Slim-Fit Dress Shirts for Men in 2021 When does La Liga start? Dates, format, TV & streaming for new soccer season in Spain Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad Cassie Randolph is her boyfriend Brighton Reinhardt's muse! The former Bachelor star, 26, appears in Reinhardt's new "Dreaming" music video as his love interest. In the upbeat track's music video, released Monday, the couple shows affection for one another and dances around while enjoying a romantic picnic. © brighton/ youtube Brighton Reinhardt released the music video for his song "Dreaming," featuring Bachelor alum Cassie Randolph, on Monday At one point, the twosome appears to share a kiss. Reinhardt, 25, said in a press release that he "gave the vision" for the project to his brothers, August and Cole, according to Page Six. "They took it from there along with my girlfriend, who stars in the video," he continued. "We really hope you enjoy what we created!" RELATED: New Celebrity Couples of 2021 PEOPLE confirmed in May that Randolph and Reinhardt had been dating...
    More On: lady gaga Nancy Pelosi takes night off to see Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett perform in NYC Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett are releasing a second album together Glam fatale: Lady Gaga runs the show in ‘House of Gucci’ trailer New film posters for ‘House of Gucci’ show a shocking Jared Leto If you hoped to see Tony Bennett performing with Lady Gaga one last time, the duo’s latest video, a stunning performance of “I Get a Kick Out of You,” will have to suffice. The duo, who released the new video Friday, performed their final live show together last night at Radio City Music Hall and The Post was there. The show was a celebration with an element of control: Phone cameras were not allowed. Just to be sure, attendants locked them away in pouches as fans arrived. Billed as “One Last Time: with Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga,” that cryptic title had many in the audience fretting aloud that it was the “last chance ever” to see Bennett, 95, live. Besides being a farewell for...
    What’s new from Google for YouTube is a way to interact with the timeline that makes finding the exact second as easy as possible. Also, it is now more comfortable to navigate during this timeline. YouTube for Android has been undergoing changes for several weeks, many of them are positive and have a lot of acceptance by users, while others go through the application without pain or glory. The latest that Google have added to their application to consume streaming content is a new way to interact with the YouTube navigation bar. Now it is much more comfortable to move along the timeline. The improvement is based on the fact that there is no longer a need to hold down the finger on the navigation bar and then move it according to where we want to place the time point.. What has changed is that the navigation is much more gestural. Just tap on the screen, anywhere on it, to bring up the timeline. Once the timeline makes its appearance, what you have to do is move your finger from...
    What happened? Surveillance video showed a man entering a running, parked car on Nostrand Avenue in the Flatbush neighborhood, the station said. Image source: YouTube screenshot But he doesn't get very far. Soon the car's owner, dressed in an orange shirt, spots the attempted theft and runs over to try and stop it by reaching through the driver's side window and apparently fighting the crook. Thing is, though, the thief is hitting the gas pedal at this point — but the owner of the car isn't about to give up. Image source: YouTube screenshot Video shows the car accelerating across the street — and as the car owner's legs dangle above the road, the crook crashes the car into a parked bus, and the car owner's legs fly upward due to force of the impact. Image source: YouTube screenshot But he gets another grip on the crook, who then puts the car in reverse and crashes — with much less force — into a...
    Youtuber falls from a mountain and loses his life when recording video | INSTAGRAM It’s about a Danish youtuberAlbert Dyrlund, who was just 22 years old, lost his life this week after falling from a mountain, according to his saddened family. His mother explained that her son was filming a video for his channel Youtube in Forcella Pana, located in the Alps italians when he unfortunately fell from a height of 200 m according to Newsweek media. “We are very sorry but I would like your fans to know it,” said his family before they also asked for privacy while his family is away. mourning. You may also be interested: Trans woman takes her own life, Caeli reveals YosStop actions The creator of entertainment was a specialist in entertaining by way of music videos and comedy sadly fell from the mount Seceda in ValGardena according to information shared by an Italian broadcaster called Rai. According to the information revealed a helicopter Rescue was called to get to the mountain but unfortunately it was too late and the...
    DANISH Youtuber Albert Dyrlund, has fallen 650ft to his death from a mountain in Italy, while filming a video for his fans. According to local reports, a rescue helicopter was called but could not save 22-year-old Dyrlund, who was pronounced dead at the scene. 2With 168,000 YouTube subscribers, Dyrlund was well known for his music videos and sketchesCredit: @albertdyrlund/Instagram Dyrlund’s mother, Vibe Jørger Jensen, confirmed to TV2 that her son had fallen 200 meters (656 feet) while filming a video for his popular YouTube channel. The tragic accident happened on Mount Seceda, Val Gardena, in the Italian Alps, on Wednesday. "We are in great grief, but I would like his fans to know," she told the outlet. With 224,000 followers on Instagram and 168,000 YouTube subscribers, Dyrlund was well known for his music videos and sketches. A few of his hits include the songs "emoji," "Waffles," "Ulla" and "Summer." In 2018 he starred in the movie Team Albert, a comedy about trying to make a living from YouTube. The film went on to win the audience prize at the 2019...
    It is about a mythical song “It is the soundtrack of a cult movie”Ghost”! Take me to the street, ” Unrelated melody “From Righteous brothers, We had to dare! Liamani, 12 years old, did it in an amazing way! She impressed us so much! Followed by 191,000 subscribers on YouTube. His channel has almost 11 million views! “The other day, I was introduced to the film”Ghost“. I was moved by the song “Unrelated melody“From Righteous brothers”He wrote descriptively on his YouTube channel. Add: “I could not take this song out of my head… It’s so beautiful… I had to sing a little for you”. “I really learned it while making this video, so please get me involved”. First from the resin Wisconsin, Liamani Secure Self-taught. He began his public career at the age of 6, singing the American National Anthem in high school and in professional basketball and baseball games before large gatherings. He sang the national anthem in many places includingIndy500, The first game of the 2018 National League Division Series Major League Baseball...
    Twenty years ago, when photosynthesis games were only a distant dream, some companies tried to add reality to games through introductions and cut scenes. Videos like this last several minutes, which immerses you deeply into the game. While such videos were delightful at the time, they are now rarely seen on screens with full HD or 4K resolution. The high-end YouTube channel took the initiative to fix this problem. Its teachers use machine learning methods to increase the clarity of older teachers so that they look even more beautiful as they once did on older CRT monitors. All of these improvements are made possible by the topaz video upgrade AI software, also known as topaz gigapixel. The software can be purchased for 9,299. Depending on the performance of the computer’s GPU, the length of the video and the target resolution may take several hours to upgrade a single video. However, it is important to know that computer-generated images are not “real”. They may contain details not found in the original video. The final result may...
    Google-owned YouTube censored the channel of FRC Action — the legislative affiliate of the Family Research Council (FRC), a socially conservative think tank — over a video discussing the Washington DC City Council’s decision to allow schools to vaccinate children against coronavirus without parental consent. YouTube removed the video even though it contained no claims about the efficacy of vaccines, instead merely discussing the issue of parental rights and consent. The President of FRC Action, Tony Perkins, addressed the censorship in a post on the organization’s website. Via FRC Action: That of which you shall not speak shall henceforth be called “misinformation.” No, that’s not a pithy quote from days gone by. It’s the new daily modus operandi of big tech. If they disagree with a position — or if they merely fear a position is disagreeable, the label “misinformation” is applied. Case in point: YouTube removed a video of a “Washington Watch” discussion last week with Mary Holland, president and general counsel of Children’s Health Defense about the Washington, D.C. City Council’s move to authorize schools to administer vaccines to children as young as 11-years-old without...
    Dogs are used to barking at doorbells, not the other way around. Yet, that’s exactly what happened to a 10-month-old Labrador retriever named Finn who was left puzzled by his owner’s video doorbell, according to a viral video shared by Ring – a smart home security company. GOLDEN RETRIEVER PUPPY LOCKED OUT OF HOUSE RINGS DOORBELL TO GET BACK INSIDE "Emily’s pup Finn loves to be outside in the sunshine," the company captioned the clip on its YouTube channel and other social platforms Tuesday. "But when she checks in on him using Two-Way Talk, the 10-month-old lab is left wondering how the heck his mom got trapped inside the doorbell." Tens of thousands of people watched the black lab search for Emily while she spoke to him through her doorbell’s two-way talk system. "Hey, Finn. Hi Finn, hi bud," was all the adorable canine need to hear to look up from where he stood.  MISSING PET DOG RETURNS HOME IN THE MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT AND RINGS FAMILY'S DOORBELL: 'WE WERE FREAKING OUT' Adding in a head tilt before he...
    JESSA Duggar shared a sweet video of her three children meeting her newborn daughter Fern Elliana. The Couning On star, 29, gave birth to her fourth child with husband Ben Seewald on Monday. 4Jessa Duggar introduced her three children to her newborn daughter FernCredit: YouTube 4Spurgeon beamed as he cradled his new baby sisterCredit: YouTube And just hours after welcoming her baby into the world, Jessa was ready to introduce the tot to the rest of the family. She shared a video on YouTube showing sons Spurgeon, five, Henry, four, and daughter Ivy, two, entering the hospital room with Ben. Jessa beamed as she cradled Fern in her arms and slowly brought the newborn up to her children. "Look! This is the baby that was in my tummy!" she said, holding Fern out as the kids sat around her on the hospital bed. MEET YOUR SISTER Spurgeon, Henry and Ivy then took it in turns to hold their new baby sister. After everyone had left, Jessa gave some updates on how Fern is doing,...