The story of WWE and our ill-fated YouTube channel

Games Asylum: "YouTube in 2007 was remarkably different to the YouTube of today. The ink was still yet to dry on the Google takeover contract, and the term ‘YouTube Celebrity’ was yet to be bandied about – the likes of PewDiePie, JonTron, Markiplier and others were still to make their debuts. Even Minecraft – a game synonymous with the site – remained a twinkle in Notch’s eye..."

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Cole-Cocking332d ago

Exquisite storytelling. It's an absolute tragedy how the wrong people are punished on YouTube, and with the new monetisation policies put in place, this is just as true today as it was then.

kidrebidru332d ago

G00gle pay 85$ per hour my last pay check was $8500 operating a hundred hours per week on-line. My younger brother friend has been averaging 12k for months currently and he's employed concerning twenty two hours per week. I can’t believe however simple it had been once i attempted it out. this is often what I do.

RommyReigns332d ago

WWE (and Formula 1) are far stricter at copyright striking content than Nintendo.