YouTube Wants to Hear Your Complaints, So It Can Parody Them
YouTube attracts a billion people a month. And that means that it also generates a lot of complaints, too — some of them from people who put videos on YouTube.
The world’s biggest video site is making some moves to appease its partners. But it’s also self-aware enough to know that this will only go so far.
Hence this video, starring lots of YouTube talent, which the company debuted Thursday night at VidCon, a YouTube industry conference/fan convention.
It comes from the folks at Barely Political, the production group owned by Next New Networks, the video startup YouTube bought a couple years ago. And it went over very well in the room:
Thanks to Storyful’s David Clinch for flagging this one for me.