UPDATE 2: Like in the past, channels that reach 100k subs will be eligible to apply for verification. To better clarify how channels will qualify, we’ve updated the eligibility criteria here: https://yt.be/help/3Htg
The new look for the badge will not roll out until next year.pic.twitter.com/KW8ErX0qLa
UPDATE 1: We heard loud & clear how much the badge means to you. Channels that currently have verification will now keep it without appeal. We’ll continue reviewing those channels to ensure we’re protecting creators from impersonation. More on our changes:https://yt.be/help/BqJy
To our creators & users–I’m sorry for the frustration & hurt that we caused with our new approach to verification. While trying to make improvements, we missed the mark. As I write this, we're working to address your concerns & we’ll have more updates soon.
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YouTube's Life Story
Chris Hurley is best known as the co-founder and former CEO of the video sharing website YouTube.com. Hurley and his partners sold YouTube to Google for $1.65 billion in stock in 2006.
Born upon January 24, 1977, in Birdsboro, Pennsylvania, Chad Hurley is the founder and also former CEO of the video-sharing website YouTube.com. After university, Hurley operated at eBay&apos's PayPal department before teaming up with associates Steve Chen as well as Jawed Karim to create YouTube in 2005. Company 2.0 magazine rated Hurley No. 28 on its 2006 checklist of "" 50 Individuals Who Issue."" That very same year, he and also Chen offered YouTube to Google for $1.65 billion in supply.