Saturday, January 13, 2018
For those of you who miss our YouTube channel (which was recently terminated by YouTube for no reason), the content that was posted there can now be found on our new channel at DailyMotion. More than 20 hours of content (videos, movies, TV shows, TV clips, movie clips, and TV news clips about motorcycle clubs and the outlaw biker culture from the 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s to 2018) has been uploaded and is now available to view. Just like YouTube, you can follow the channel to receive notifications for future content.
Saturday, January 6, 2018
We regret to inform you that our YouTube channel (formerly seen at https://www.youtube.com/edwardwinterhalder), with more than 150 movie clips, movies, TV clips, TV shows, TV news clips, and videos about outlaw bikers and motorcycle clubs, was terminated without cause on January 2, 2018. The official notice from YouTube stated:
Although we have never used the channel to send spam, or to run a scam, or to display commercially deceptive content, multiple appeals to YouTube in the last few days have fallen on deaf ears.
Our YouTube channel contained the largest library of cinematic content about outlaw bikers and motorcycle clubs (from the 1950s to 2017) in the world; it was in existence for 8+ years, and had more than 5,000,000 views and 6,300 subscribers.
More than likely, the channel termination was due to a recent YouTube policy change which introduced a new algorithm to the video sharing platform that mandates only appropriate content be eligible for monetization in the future. Since then, YouTube’s new monetization policy has negatively impacted practically every content creator using the site.
“New safeguards” announced by YouTube in 2017 were designed to demonetize content related to or discussing “tragedy and conflict”, as well as “sensitive social issues”. Since outlaw bikers and motorcycle clubs are considered to be sensitive social issues in this day and age, it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to read between the lines.
Monday, January 1, 2018
In 1080p filmed from a camera on a tripod, a 7 minute version of the Burj Khalifa New Years Eve LED light show that was seen on January 1, 2018 in downtown Dubai: