Adventures with YouTube

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    So, some time back I started a YouTube page, more or less duplicating some of the best of my workreel stuff that’s been posted here forever. Tonight I logged in for the first time in quite a while and got this note:

    We have received copyright complaint(s) regarding material you posted, as follows:

    from Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp about UPN 32 (Green Bay) promo: Simpsons Invasion Spoof – Earl Green
    Video ID: zLG-duzbQfQ

    I’ve submitted my appeal to them based on the fact that it is an actual, broadcast-used, as-aired promo, and it’s one from 199freakin9, and it is posted as one of the items on my resume reel. I don’t expect any of that to have any bearing on anything, but what the hell, it’s worth a shot.

    This, by the way, is why I’m not sure it would even make any sense to post anything to do with the proposed web series on Youtube, other than a promo pointing toward thelogbook. I know it’s the go-to place for video, but I can post video on my own site just fine, without the hassle that being on Youtube seems to be a magnet for these days.

    Steve W
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    Plus, posting anything on YouTube pretty much guarantees comments filled with the word “faggot”, along with racial epithets. All badly written, of course, demonstrating the intelligence level of YouTube commenters.

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