YouTube取消今年的Rewind,因為2020年壞事太多了

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  • YouTube取消今年的Rewind,因為2020年壞事太多了

      202103/1609:23

    ◎自2010年開始以來,YouTube的Rewind回顧首次被取消。
    ◎「YouTube Rewind」是該公司每年年終,向創作者,趨勢和平台致敬,今年將不復存在。該公司發表聲明,表示2020年與以往不同,感覺不應該繼續下去。這是YouTube在2010年開始年度慶祝活動以來,第一次沒有倒帶回顧。
    ◎今年許多人因大流行而被困在家裡,YouTube的使用量激增。YouTube表示,到3月底,與學習、訓練等相關視頻的觀看次數大大增加了。在YouTube及Twitch和Facebook等其他平台上,即時串流媒體的使用也有所增加。
    ◎YouTube並未透露Rewind是否會在2021年回歸。

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    The first time Rewind’s been canceled since it began in 2010
    YouTube Rewind, the company’s annual end-of-year tribute to creators, trends, and moments that defined the platform, will not happen this year.
    The company issued a statement acknowledging that “2020 has been different,” adding that “it doesn’t feel right to carry on as if it weren’t.” This marks the first time Rewind won’t happen since YouTube started the annual celebration in 2010. Although Rewind has become somewhat of a joke to the creator community in recent years — it became the most disliked video of all time in 2018 — it’s still a staple of YouTube’s culture, even if people are just using it to dunk on their own videos. To be fair, even CEO Susan Wojcicki admitted they’re a little cringe-inducing.
    “We know that so much of the good that did happen in 2020 was created by all of you,” YouTube’s statement reads. “You’ve found ways to lift people up, help them cope, and make them laugh. You made a hard year genuinely better.”
    While many people were stuck at home because of the pandemic, YouTube saw surges in usage as more people spent time streaming video online. By the end of March, views on videos that centered on “with me”-stylized content (get ready with me, work out with me, study with me) saw massive increases in viewership, according to the company. Live-streaming also picked up on YouTube as well as on other platforms like Twitch and Facebook.
    YouTube did not say if Rewind will return for 2021. Like everything right now, I imagine it all depends on what the future brings. All I know is I’ll miss YouTube’s annual attempt to try to celebrate the good on its platform (especially when there’s so much bad), and the inevitable reaction videos from creators explaining in detail just how wrong YouTube got it again.

     

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