The video section has been completely redone. It now works like YouTube. Create an account, upload and import videos, rate and comment on videos, create playlists, subscribe to other users, and more.
Pornography in Japan is a very large business of adult entertainment reflecting Japan’s views on sexuality and culture and it is so popular all over the world. But not many people know that whether they enjoy their job or not. Let’s find it out…Continue reading “Is a Japanese pornstar enjoying her job?”
Tiger vlogs about his experiences with his family in Japan, often talking about the differences between America and Japan.Continue reading “Spotlight: My Life in Japan”
Nobita is a native Japanese guy born and raised in Japan who strives to show interesting, useful, unique and funny things about Japan.Continue reading “Spotlight: Find Your Love in Japan”
WHILE YouTube’s parent company Google makes a show of wanting to improve the quality of users’ time online, this example tells a very different story.
Why are people aged 60 and over not sharing their wisdom, knowledge, and insights on YouTube?
Despite media coverage suggesting “mature” vloggers (anyone over 40) are up and coming in the beauty sector, there are not many successful YouTube channels that showcase skills, talents, and passions hosted by those over 60 years old.
YouTube has stopped accepting new sign-ups for the video ad production service previously available in multiple cities.
YouTube is retiring its Director onsite services as of October 31 and has stopped accepting any new video ad production projects.
First launched in June 2015, the video creation service offered by YouTube was expanded to more than 170 US cities in March of this year. Through the Director onsite program, companies that committed to spending at least $350 on YouTube via Google AdWords would have access to professionals who would script, shoot and edit a 30-second video ad at no charge to the advertiser.
A YouTube spokesperson sent the following statement on the decision to end the service:
Having a presence on social media is a must for any new vlogger that wants to grow their YouTube channel. However, when it comes to getting results, social media marketing can be challenging if you don’t have a plan. Therefore, we wanted to go over a few tips to help you find more success on social media for your YouTube channel and vlogs by planning effectively!
Videos from the archives of the Totown Digital Media treasure chest along with documentaries, news scoops and reality programs from Japan Journal, the No. 1 weekly online cybercast from Japan. A service of Totown Communications Group Japan.Continue reading “Spotlight: Malcolm W. Adams”
TkyoSam lives in Tokyo and makes videos to help people move to Japan.Continue reading “Spotlight: TkyoSam”