Former Big Time Rush member Logan Henderson gave fans an update on his longtime friend Demi Lovato Friday.
Logan, looking at all them angry fans. Image: 20th Century FoxFans nowadays are angry. Oh, are they angry. And James Mangold is worried about the effect it’ll have on the culture industry. Taking to Twitter, Mangold (who always has interesting, if not uncontroversial, thoughts on pop culture media)
The YouTube community may have been frustrated with how YouTube handled its response to Logan Paul, but CEO Susan Wojcicki believes that the punishment was justified. On Feb. 9, more than a month after Paul posted a video featuring the blurred face of a suicide victim, YouTube announced that it
YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki speaks at the CodeMedia conference in Huntington Beach, Calif., on Feb. 12, 2018. (Photo: Jefferson Graham, USA TODAY)HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. — He's the bad boy of YouTube, but YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki isn't ready to kick off video personality Logan Paul — yet."We want to be consistent," she
LOS ANGELES — Logan Paul, 2018's new major problem for YouTube, has gotten into more hot water with the Google-owned video network. The issue this time — a rat and the Tide Pods challenge.YouTube said it would "temporarily" suspend ads on his popular YouTube channel after Paul — one of
YouTube has "temporarily suspended ads" on Logan Paul's channels following what it called a "recent pattern of behavior" that runs contrary to the video platform's revenue guidelines, a YouTube spokeswoman told ABC News on Friday.
In response to Logan Paul’s recent pattern of behavior, we’ve temporarily suspended ads on his
More problems and controversy for Logan Paul, the YouTube star who caused a strong public backlash when he posted a video of a suicide victim in Japan. Google’s video platform today announced that it would be pulling advertising temporarily from his video channel in response to a “recent pattern
1 February 2018, 12:50
NEW YORK — YouTube star Logan Paul has returned to YouTube with a 7-minute suicide prevention video he hopes will “make a difference in the world.”
The Westlake native was suspended by YouTube after posting video of him in a forest in Japan near what seemed to be a body