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Using premieres effectively
Premieres allow you to present pre-produced content as if it was live if you're on Twitch or YouTube. This has various benefits:

Your viewers get notified beforehand when new content will appear and can count down until the video goes live
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A sound post-production
I'll share some things that I've done in the past to make the audio sound better after recording. This is by no means applicable to every situation, and all could've been avoided with proper equipment, but if botching together a solution that makes the video sound better, so be it.
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Upload schedules: Between the daily grind and seasons
Upload schedules are important. They allow your fans and subscribers to plan their week around your content specifically, rather than you having to hope that your video isn't yet buried under their other subscriptions once they do look into their subscription feed - if they do that, at all.
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Fair Use: A right to avoid
Fair Use is a thing that a lot of people say a lot of stuff about because it, in theory, gives you easy, cheap and uncomplicated access to high-quality content to implement into your video. Instead of trying to find the copyright owner and then trying to get broadcasting rights for it (worldwide? forever? that's gonna cost extra), you just download the thing and claim your use to be fair. 
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NEW: The Copyright Match Tool. A tool to help you combat freebooters.
YouTube today announced a new tool which basically is ContentID lite. As of writing this, it's available to channels with 100k+ subscribers. The tool scans all public videos with >25 views and if a copy is found, the creator (ie, the first person to upload the video) gets the freebooted copy shown to them. The creator then has the option to issue a strike, message the freebooter, or do nothing. 
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What to expect from the YouTube Premium launch as a creator
YouTube Premium launched today in 12 more countries: Austria, Canada, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Norway, Russia, Spain, Sweden, and the United Kingdom. But what can creators expect from this expansion?
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The wait is over! Starting today, YouTube Music is available to everyone in the U.S, Australia, New Zealand, Mexico and South Korea* in addition to 12 new countries including Austria, Canada, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Norway, Russia, Spain, Sweden, and the United Kingdom. Now fans around the world can find more of the music they love and effortlessly discover new favorites. YouTube Music is a new music streaming service built on top of all the music on YouTube that you can’t find anywhere else - personalized and all simply organized in one new app and web player.
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Original: https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!topic/youtube/EuWfsap2vpY

TLDR:

Launching a series of updates to the YouTube mobile app.

Time watched profile: includes your daily average watch time and how long you’ve watched YouTube videos today, yesterday and over the past 7 days


Take a break reminder:set a reminder to take a break every 15, 30, 60, 90 or 180 while watching videos. This feature is “off” by default


Scheduled notification digest: combine all of the daily push notifications you receive from the YouTube app into a single combined notification.


Disable notification sounds and vibrations: By default, all sounds and vibrations will be disabled between 10pm and 8am.



Will be rolling out to everyone over the next few days on the latest version of the YouTube mobile app (version 13.17+). The time watched profile will be available in the coming months!
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