Trade goods with other viewers or sit back and enjoy the fellowship of this live, community call-in swap meet. From the Adult Swim pop-up studio on Canal Street in lower Manhattan, Matt and Josh visit with artists, musicians and weirdos who help scratch off lottery tickets and give the winnings away to passersby. Sally and friends break down current events in pop culture while occasionally setting things on fire. Four influential meme artists perform live meme-making challenges in order to free themselves from unseen malevolent forces. Alison, Emily, Mary, and Megan examine your social media profiles and provide their free sarcastic assessments.
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Policy shift follows NYT report on YouTube recommendation algorithm pushing kids' videos to pedophiles After a New York Times news report showed that YouTube's content recommendation algorithm was pushing children's videos to sexual predators , YouTube says it will take additional steps to protect kids on the video platform, including no live-streaming video from kids without adult supervision. YouTube channels that don't follow the rules may lose the ability to livestream video, assuming YouTube actually follows through on any of this stuff. From Todd Spangler at Variety :. As Google has enacted a series of high-handed, opaque changes to how Youtube monetizes, upranks and censors videos, Youtubers have found themselves battered by the changes: they built Youtube into a global multi-billion-dollar success story, but they don't get a say in how it's managed.
Netflix Inc. None of those movies is likely to get the kind of wide theatrical release typically used to make such substantial investments pay off. Netflix has previously said movies attract about one-third of its total viewership, while television series account for the rest.