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YML’s chief creative officer, Stephen ClementsWinner(s): Oatmeal (and Reddit) “I’m all for the Oatly commercial. It’s odd and unforgettable, probably due to its low production value. I’m not sure why, but seeing a man in a field singing a peculiar self-written song about oats felt right this year, when we’re all at home.” It’s not just any man; it’s the company’s chief executive. All of the other high-production advertisements appeared desperate and, maybe, a little unnecessary.” Oatly piqued my curiosity enough for me to try out its website, and it nailed it. It’s wholesome and delicious, but it also works and is low-cost to make. A+ in every way. It’s a simple tenet of advertising that if you have anything worthwhile to say, you don’t need a lot of money to say it. The crowd-funded Reddit ad, which was just five seconds long, was also appreciated. Again, it made a clear point very well: the power of the crowd is strong—as we have seen firsthand with the recent wild swings in GameStop and AMC stock prices.”
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Smosh, Smosh Games, and Clevver were all owned by Defy Media, the parent company of some of YouTube’s most successful channels. Last week, the network revealed that it would cease operations immediately, leaving Smosh and Clevver teams searching for a new parent company to finance their talent and production costs. Several developers who collaborated with Defy Media and Defy Media’s multichannel network (MCN) are now speaking out against the company’s predatory tactics and lack of professionalism in the wake of the press.
Clevver News used to employ Adams, a famous YouTuber and Dawson’s partner. Adams shared his testimony about alleged mistreatment at Defy Media on Twitter, adding that he never talked about it at the time of his departure because he was “threatened on a regular basis” by Defy’s attorneys.
“Rather than bringing them to court and potentially being trapped in limbo for years, I agreed to enter their MCN, which is why they were able to get a percent,” Adams tweeted. “I was forced to join Defy Media’s MCN, which means the YouTube money I work so hard for is funneled through them. After they have taken a percentage of my advertising, I am billed. I was never paid this month. A bank took Defy’s capital, which is also mine, and I may never see it again.”
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The title is fairly self-explanatory. Back in 2014, I had a YouTube video go viral with a few million views, and I licensed it through Defy Media. As far as I understand it, they managed the monetization and actually shared the profits with me. (I know, it’s obviously a bad deal, but it was 2014, and I’m not a professional YouTuber or anything.) Since then, I’ve gotten a check for around $300 per quarter. However, the company officially shut down in November 2018, and their assets were frozen. My question is, where is my video’s ad revenue going now, and how do I get it? Has anybody dealt with a situation like this before? Thank you so much! savehidereport100%13 commentssharesavehidereport Voted up This discussion has been closed. There are no new comments or votes that can be made. Sort by the strongest.
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