We’ve been hard at work here at Spreecast and are proud to announce our new and improved “Pay per view” (PPV) program! The changes, outlined below, go into effect today so you can start leveraging the new features of Pay per view to generate revenue right away. Read more
We are updating our Terms of Service to serve you better and provide additional clarity. You can read our new Terms of Service here and the old one here. These changes will be effective on July 23, 2014 and will include:
- Restrictions on commercial use – we are simplifying our language to provide better clarity and definition on what constitutes commercial use.
- Paid plans and premium features – we are adding some language about our premium features and our new upcoming paid plans.
- Your content creator responsibilities – we are adding some language about your responsibilities as a content creator.
- Our rights to your content & advertising – we are adding some clarifying language about our rights to insert advertisements into your content.
- Future limits and changes to the service – we are adding language that clarifies how we may make changes to and/or impose limits on the service in the future.
Please read our new Terms of Service and only continue to use Spreecast if you agree to them. We appreciate your continued loyalty and look forward to growing our community together.
If you have any questions or feedback regarding these changes, please feel free to reach out to us at email@example.com.
Tanya Young Williams, the host of ‘Etc. Etc. Etc.,’ sat down with Narvell Benning, the creator of the viral YouTube video ‘Blatant Racism in Cheektowaga NY,’ to discuss the unfortunate incident that took place in front of a General Dollar store on Friday, May 30, 2014, LIVE on Spreecast. (Get the full scoop on the story here.)
In case you missed the live interview, here are 5 key moments from the explosive event:
A pit stop at a Cheektowaga Dollar General escalated unexpectedly into a verbal racial assault on Friday, May 30th 2014. Narvell Benning, a father of four, recorded the incident where Janelle Ambrosia, a mother of two, fired vicious racial slurs at Benning for unintentionally startling her children while turning on his car’s ignition. The captured footage, which the 36-year-old posted on YouTube, quickly went viral, receiving over 9 million views to date. Get the full story from NewsOne here.
Narvell Benning will be joining TV personality and legal analyst Tanya Young Williams for an exclusive live interview on Spreecast tonight at 7pm PT/10pm ET. Viewers can submit their questions in the interactive screen queue now and share their thoughts in the event here.
For more information about this exclusive event, check out the press release here.
Global rock heavyweights Five Finger Death Punch and Volbeat are excited to announce five additional dates on their forthcoming North American fall tour and to celebrate, members of the band will be hosting a live chat with fans on Spreecast today! Read more