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CNS News

December 15, 2011

Fast-food restaurant operator Yum Brands Inc. spent $200,000 lobbying officials in the third quarter, focusing on legislation dealing with tax depreciation for restaurant improvements, health care and the dairy industry, according to a recent disclosure report.

by Christian Heilmann

December 21, 2010

Building a beautiful design is a great experience. Seeing the design break apart when people start putting in real content, though, is painful.

That's why testing it as soon as possible with real information to see how it fares is so important. To this end, Web services provide us with a lot of information with which to fill our products. In recent years, this has been a specialist's job, but the sheer amount of information available and the number of systems to consume it makes it easier and easier to use Web services, even for people with not much development experience.

CNS News

by Mike Ciandella

January 9, 2013

"Meet The Sautners," a promotional ad for the independently made pro-energy documentary "FrackNation," has come under attack by those who want it pulled from YouTube.

"FrackNation" is the brainchild of independent filmmakers Philem McAleer and Ann McElhinney. The movie advertisement features a Dimock, Pa., family, the Sautners, who claim that their water was contaminated with a number of dangerous chemicals including "weapons grade uranium," because of nearby fracking to obtain natural gas. It then goes on to show a group of EPA specialists informing the Dimocks that their water is in fact safe.

by Michael Thompson

May 8, 2012

Source reveals site had been targeted by 'flagging' campaign.

One of the most popular Christian apologetics YouTube channels has been restored fully to good standing after the account was terminated by Google "for reasons that were never clearly defined," the owner of the channel told WND in an exclusive interview. Pastor Carl Gallups, whose new book "The Magic Man in the Sky" comes out on May 15, credited an article which appeared at on May 1 with igniting a firestorm of protest from the more than 21,000 subscribers to the PPSimmons YouTube Channel. That helped lead to the right person to find out why the channel was "flagged" and removed from good standing with YouTube, which is owned by Google.

CNS News

by Jake Coyle

May 3, 2012

In a flashy presentation to advertisers, YouTube promoted its new channels of original programming, while pledging to spend $200 million to help market them.

That's roughly twice what the Google Inc.-owned video site has spent launching some 100 channels of niche-oriented programming. The channels are an ambitious initiative from YouTube, approximately halfway through its rollout. YouTube hyped the initiative Wednesday night at New York's Beacon Theatre, where it urged advertisers to purchase spots alongside its new programs. It was YouTube's first "upfront," an annual TV tradition of getting advertisers to purchase ads to their upcoming programming slates.

Personal Liberty Alerts

by Upi - United Press International, Inc.

July 18, 2012

The Florida duo behind a popular zombie prank YouTube video were arrested and are facing charges following their latest prank.

Jonathan Vanegas, 20, and Vitaly Zdorovetskiy, 20, both of Delray Beach, whose "Miami Zombie Attack Prank!" video was featured on Comedy Central's Tosh.0, said they were filming a new prank Friday outside a Publix market in Boca Raton when they ran into trouble, the South Florida Sun Sentinel reported Tuesday. The prank involved Vanegas running the camera when Zdorovetskiy, dressed in a suit, set down a briefcase and told a man emerging from the market that they had only 60 seconds to get away from the briefcase.

CNS News

by Jake Coyle

October 28, 2011

YouTube is announcing a bold step into original programming in a broad entertainment venture with some 100 content creators, from Madonna to Lionsgate.

The Google Inc.-owned video site said Friday that it is launching more than 100 new video channels. The partners included an array of Hollywood production companies, celebrities and new media groups. The channels will roll out beginning this month, though most will premiere next year.

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by Nathania Johnson

December 30, 2008

One of the reasons my family chose to homeschool was the crude lack of technology in our school district. My son is very much a visual learner.

Now, he uses YouTube as a search engine, since reading is such a struggle for him. He can watch news reports, DIY videos, and yes, he has his very own YouTube channel that he uses to communicate his thoughts on Mario, Bionicles, and Transformers to anyone interested in the matter.

by Mike Adams

March 4, 2018

In the latest gross violation of free speech committed by radical left-wing tech giants, YouTube has now deleted the entire Health Ranger video channel, wiping out over 1,700 videos covering everything from nutrition, natural medicine, history...

Over the last two weeks, YouTube has been on a censorship rampage that's apparently run by the SPLC , a radical left-wing hate group that despises Christianity, the Second Amendment and patriots in particular. Hundreds of prominent conservative video channels have been targeted for termination by YouTube, leading many independent media leaders like myself to call for government regulation of YouTube to protect free speech and end the tyranny.

February 14, 2012

A local father who captured worldwide attention after posting a YouTube rant about his daughter is now responding to all the attention.

Tommy Jordan, from Stanly County, got mad after his daughter complained about doing chores on her Facebook page. In the video, titled "Facebook Parenting for the troubled teen" shows Jordan pull out a gun and shoots his daughter's laptop.

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