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Netflix Tests Playing Ads Between Episodes

Netflix is testing a new feature which inserts video promos between episodes of the show you’re currently watching. Unsurprisingly, the users who have been involved in the testing have expressed their outrage at what they see as the introduction of adverts.
Unlike some streaming services, such as The Roku Channel, which offers free movies with ads, Netflix charges cold, hard cash. Which means users don’t want to see commercials interrupting their binge-watching marathons. Netflix didn’t get the memo.
Video Promos for Netflix Originals According to TechCrunch, Netflix is currently testing whether it’s a good idea to show users ads for its own shows in between episodes. Testers report that after an episode ends, a video for a Netflix Original will start playing, with the onus on the user to skip it.
While these video promos are skippable, they’re still an unnecessary intrusion on a binge-watching session. And seeing as the capacity to binge on shows without any interruptions is one of..

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The 4 Best Sites for Sharing Private Home Videos With Family and Friends

There are websites and social communities out there that let you share videos online with the entire world. But in many cases, you might only be interested in private video sharing with family and friends.
For this purpose, I’d like to share four of the best sites for sharing videos privately on the internet.
1. Private Video Sharing on YouTube In the case of YouTube, the service is built around the concept of community video sharing. So, keeping your video private isn’t completely intuitive. But it is possible, and it’s effortless.
The first step: Upload your video.
When you’re logged into YouTube, just click the video recorder icon on the top right of the screen. Then click Upload video. Under the privacy dropdown select Private.

You’ll notice there’s an Unlisted option as well. Both are a form of “private” sharing of videos, but it’s important to know the difference.
Private means you can invite people to view the video. You’re allowed to invite up to 50 users to see your vid..

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The 15 Most-Watched YouTube Videos of All Time

Hundreds of hours of video are uploaded to YouTube every minute. It’s one of many amazing YouTube stats that’ll blow your mind and proves just how far the service has come since founder Jawed Karim posted the first video way back in April 2005.
The first video to garner one million views was a Nike advert featuring Ronaldinho in 2005. Less than 10 years later, the first video with one billion views was Psy’s 2012 hit, Gangnam Style; it surpassed Justin Bieber’s song Baby to become the web’s most watched video ever.
But does Gangnam Style still hold the record? Here’s a countdown of the 15 most-watched YouTube videos of all time…
15. Major Lazer & DJ Snake – Lean On
Number of views: 2.35 billion
Lean On is an electronic dance music track that went to number one in Australia, Ireland, the Netherlands, Mexico, New Zealand, Finland, Denmark, and Switzerland. It made the top five in both the U.S. and the U.K.
Most of the video was recorded in Maharashtra, India, though some shots wer..

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The 10 Best Legal YouTube Live Channels for Cord Cutters

A great—and often overlooked—way to watch live TV is to use YouTube. Since the company began to offer live streaming in May 2013, several TV networks have started to offer 24/7 feeds of their channels.
Here are some of the best live channels on YouTube that every cord cutter should be using.
Note: Do not confuse the channels in this article with those offered through YouTube TV, YouTube’s OTA streaming subscription service.
1. Sky News
Sky News is a UK-based 24/7 news channel that’s been on the air for almost 30 years.
The YouTube channel is the international version of the network. The content is identical to that which broadcasts in the UK, but there are no British ads. Instead of ads, you’ll see frequent global weather updates.
The channel primarily reports on world headlines, business, sport, entertainment, and other trending stories.
2. NASA Live
NASA Live is a US government-funded TV channel. It offers a mix of live feeds from satellites, educational content, and pre-re..

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