You can watch the video here: This guy was really weird.I'm a natural redhead and he would always make fun of gingers.
But there’s no explanation why it couldn’t just flag videos of those who don’t sign the deal as “Not On Red”, and instead had to go with a sign-or-disappear strategy.
According to Chief Business Officer Robert Kyncl at today’s You Tube Red launch event, 99% of content consumed on You Tube will be still available, noting that the vast majority of creators signed the deal.
Today, the overwhelming majority of our partners, representing nearly 99% of the content watched on You Tube, have signed up.
Videos of partners who don’t update their terms will be made private, but we remain committed to working closely with these partners with the goal to bring them on board.
Google has been criticized before for using its massive reach inappropriately, especially around how Google and Google Places have received priority in search results.