Traditional vocal heritage on YouTube

Traditional vocal heritage on YouTube

Xam Ha Thanh (Hanoi buskers’ singing group) has recently published various videos of traditional xam singing.
Local platform’s work cut out to reinvent social networking

Local platform’s work cut out to reinvent social networking

Vietnamese-made social networks are struggling to regain the Vietnamese advertising market from giants Facebook and YouTube. However, to this end, they must solve a myriad of issues, including finding a completely new take on social networking itself.
Yeah1 held up by plunging stock

Yeah1 held up by plunging stock

The incident with YouTube keeps driving Yeah1 lower (code: YEG) to now stand at VND37,000 ($1.6), losing three quarters of its value since March.
Eight-year-old is highest paid YouTuber, earns US$26 million in year

Eight-year-old is highest paid YouTuber, earns US$26 million in year

Eight-year-old Ryan Kaji earned US$26 million in 2019 on his YouTube channel, making him the highest-paid creator on the platform, according to a list published Wednesday by Forbes magazine.
Advertising revolutionised with the TikTok experience

Advertising revolutionised with the TikTok experience

The short-form video phenomenon TikTok is emerging as a strong player in Vietnam’s marketing industry by partnering with a number of brands and unveiling a slew of advertising capabilities.
Yeah1 acquires MediaOne despite consecutive quarterly losses

Yeah1 acquires MediaOne despite consecutive quarterly losses

Yeah1 has just approved the acquisition of MediaOne, despite its losses for the first nine months of this year.
Google to pay US$170 mn fine for collecting YouTube data from kids

Google to pay US$170 mn fine for collecting YouTube data from kids

Google agreed yesterday to pay US$170 million to settle charges that it illegally collected and shared data from children on its YouTube video service, a deal critics said was too soft on the internet giant.
Harmful videos account for a half of YouTube's advertising revenue

Harmful videos account for a half of YouTube's advertising revenue

YouTube keeps denying that it is abetting the spread of harmful videos in Vietnam, although half of its revenue comes from advertisements on these videos.
YouTube needs 'new set of rules and laws': Executive

YouTube needs 'new set of rules and laws': Executive

The video-sharing platform YouTube is striving to block those who would use it to promote racism, hate speech, violence and disinformation, its number two executive has told AFP, as the Google-owned company comes under increasing scrutiny.
Yeah1 suffers sizeable losses from break up with YouTube

Yeah1 suffers sizeable losses from break up with YouTube

The break with YouTube keeps dragging Yeah1 down as the platform has just reported millions of US dollars in losses and its stock is in a nosedive.
Yeah1 announces plans to take up million-dollar loans

Yeah1 announces plans to take up million-dollar loans

Yeah1 (code: YEG) has just announced a plan of taking out bank loans and guarantee for both the parent companies and subsidiaries after the breakdown with YouTube.
Quang Binh, Google partner to promote local tourism

Quang Binh, Google partner to promote local tourism

The Tourism Department of central Quang Binh province announced on June 25 that it is working with Google to launch a campaign popularising regional travel destinations on YouTube and Google Arts & Culture platform. 
YouTube once again under boycott

YouTube once again under boycott

The boycott on YouTube keeps deepening as 15 big companies announced to halt advertising activities on the global video platform.
Online scam deepens Netflix troubles

Online scam deepens Netflix troubles

Despite having been present in Vietnam for a few years, the US pay-TV Netflix has come under fire for dodging taxes and not supervising content. It is also questioned about its role in an online scam.
MIC warns YouTube over violations

MIC warns YouTube over violations

As the Ministry of Information and Communications constantly reveals evidence of YouTube’s ­violations in Vietnam, the global video platform has ­refused to comment on its ­responsibilities and potential solutions to prevent them.
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