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YouTube to introduce 60fps video playback
YouTube (or their shadowy owners Google) have announced that 60fps video playback will soon be supported across the site.
YouTube, EA’s 30 pieces of silver, and yet more damage to industry integrity
It’s a pretty disheartening time to be champion of YouTube objectivity.
EA and Microsoft caught engaging in covert YouTube payola
It’s a Tuesday, so there must be a scandal in the games industry.
YouTube content ID policy spoofed by the Taiwanese Animators
“We kindly ask that you remember that your roots are videos of cats” is one of the better put-downs of YouTube’s recent megalomania with regard to copyright claims, and it comes from the latest Taiwanese Animators video.
YouTube stick it to angry gamers and stand by copyright policy
It’s taken a while but YouTube has finally issued a statement regarding the copyright claims that has been affecting gamers for the past couple of weeks.
YouTube users and developers compile handy list of Let’s Play-friendly studios
It began, as so many things do, as a Reddit thread.
Ubisoft clarifies YouTube copyright stance, offers assistance
If your Ubisoft-related videos are getting flagged as part of the new crackdown on copyright infringement going on over at YouTube, the publisher may be able to help you out.
Blizzard instruct Youtube users to “contest” matches on videos – Claims flood in
The Youtube copyright issue is raging as highlighted in Peter’s story earlier this evening.
YouTube in chaos for Let’s Play channels as copyright claims flood in
Update: Blizzard instruct Youtube users to “contest” matches on videos – Claims flood in
An upcoming change to YouTube policy has prompted scores of copyright claims on “Let’s Play” and similar videogame related videos across the Google-owned platform.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 live streaming to Youtube – No mention of PC integration
Following news of EA’s Origin new live stream feature to Twitch, Activision has also announced that gamers will be able to live stream their Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 footage to Youtube.
Wii U to offer Netflix, Hulu, YouTube, Amazon Video
Nintendo has revealed that the Wii U will support all sorts of video and TV streaming technology.