YouTube cuts vlogger Logan Paul from Google ad deal; YouTube Red movie on hold
YouTube is taking disciplinary action on Logan Paul following the controversial video he shot in Japan’s suicide forest.
Polygon reports that the company removed him from the Google Preferred program, which allows brands to publish ads on the platform’s top 5 percent content creators in the US. In return, creators earn from every click on their video.
Paul is also out of web series Foursome while his YouTube Red projects are on hold. He starred in the YouTube film “The Thinning,” with the sequel now up in the air.
The 22-year-old vlogger has about 15 million subscribers to his channel and is said to be popular among tweens and teens. He began his rise to Internet fame with the now d…
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