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Fourth Edition of YouTube FanFest to be held in India in March

The festival brings together established and emerging YouTube stars from India and around the world with fans. The fest is coming back to India for the fourth time in a row

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Mumbai, Feb 23, 2017: Singers Vidya Vox and Shirley Setia, Canadian musician Mike Tompkins and comedian Sahil Khattar will be part of the forthcoming fourth edition of YouTube FanFest.

The festival brings together established and emerging YouTube stars from India and around the world with fans. The fest is coming back to India for the fourth time in a row.

It will be held on March 24 at JioGarden, Bandra Kurla Complex here, read a statement.

Co-produced with Branded, this year’s YouTube FanFest line up also includes Caspar Lee, Kurt Hugo Schneider, Tanner Patrick, Sam Tsui, Kenny Sebastian, Siddharth Slathia and Zakir Khan.

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“We’re delighted to announce the line up of the incredibly talented YouTube creators who will be joining us for the fourth YouTube FanFest in Mumbai,” said David Powell, Director of Online Partner Development, YouTube Asia Pacific. (IANS)

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YouTube To Roll Out New Design for its Desktop and Tablet Homepage: Tech Report

This feature was originally introduced for mobile phone users back in June

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Interestingly, if the algorithm of YouTube has been showing offensive videos on your recommendations list, an issue the company has been struggling with for a while now, users can change that using the desktop version's new feature. Pixabay

After testing a host of new features for YouTube for desktop, the company has finally started to roll out a new design for its desktop and tablet homepage, which now features richer thumbnails and higher resolution video previews, media reports said.

YouTube now feels confident enough to debut two of them to the public: viewers can now assemble a queue of videos and will be able to manually tailor their channel recommendations. Sections have also been enlarged to feature eight videos at a time, up from five, Android Police reported on Friday.

Interestingly, if the video platform’s algorithm has been showing offensive videos on your recommendations list, an issue the company has been struggling with for a while now, users can change that using the desktop version’s new feature.

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After testing a host of new features for YouTube for desktop, the company has finally started to roll out a new design for its desktop and tablet homepage. Pixabay

On the homepage, simply tap on the three-dot pull-down menu at the bottom of a video and choose “Don’t recommend channel.”

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This feature was originally introduced for mobile phone users back in June. (IANS)