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Top Online Video Creators Across Social: October 2016

According to the latest online video ranking leaderboards from Tubular, BuzzFeed, UNILAD, The LAD BIble, and The Daily Mail were some of the top video creators across the big social video platforms in October 2016.
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The Top Facebook Video Publishers: October 2016 Most-Popular

UNILAD, The Lad Bible, BuzzFeed Tasty, NowThisNews and The Daily Mail, were some of the most-watched publishers on Facebook for video content in October 2016. Take a look at the brand new Tubular Leaderboard for top Facebook creators for more information.
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A Day in The Life Of: Head of Programming at Viral Video Sensation Jukin Media

Jukin Media is home to some of the most famous viral clips on the Internet, and if you have ever searched for fail videos or cute animal clips, the chances are you have landed on a channel owned by the company. We spoke to its Head of Programming and Publishing about his role, and the 1.6 billion video views created by its owned properties each month.
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Top 10 Things You Need To Know About Using Copyrighted Music On YouTube

Do you want to use music in your YouTube videos but are unsure about the copyright issues? Do you want to use licensed tracks but not sure where to start? We answer 10 of the most pressing questions that creators and publishers have about using copyrighted music and audio tracks in their video content.
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Chevrolet Drives Huge Video Views to Become Most Watched Auto Brand

Chevrolet has overtaken Nissan to become the most-watched automotive brand, generating nearly 104M video views in June 2016. We take a look at the video properties that are driving success for Chevrolet as part of its multi-platform video strategy.
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How The Battle of Brexit Played Out in Online Video

Did you know that 76% of views of Brexit-related video content were via Facebook? Or that only 37% of the people who watched Brexit-related videos on YouTube were located in the UK?