Google has today announced the expansion of its YouTube Music and YouTube Premium subscription services, bringing them to 12 more countries including the United Kingdom, Canada, and Germany.
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It appears that YouTube has cut ties with Logan Paul following his disrespectful Japanese suicide forest video, removed him from a lucrative ad platform, and put his YouTube Red shows on hold as well.
Google looks to consolidate YouTube Red and its Play Music brands in an effort to offer a more cohesive and user-friendly platform while also growing its user base and educating consumers.
YouTube's CEO took to the company's blog to announce that the video platform has racked up 1.5 billion monthly logged in users along with improvements to its mobile apps and new YouTube Red shows.
Just as YouTube is preparing to launch a website redesign with flatter elements and a "dark mode", the company also unveiled some upcoming shows with Hollywood stars and famous artists.
Internet video sensation PewDiePie has been dropped by Disney after using racist imagery. YouTube has also canceled his Red series, and has taken him off the Preferred advertising system.
Google is seeking to launch its paid service, YouTube Red, in the UK and other European in 2017 with the service already online in Australia, New Zealand, the US, and South Korea.
It seems Google is giving away a free Chromecast to select YouTube Red subscribers, according to emails that have been sent out by the company to a few of its users earlier today.
YouTube Red subscribers might soon be able to stream brand new TV shows and movies as YouTube is reportedly interested in licensing original content from third party producers.