YouTube will now place ads on channels only if they reach 10,000 views as it tries to weed out users who steal content from other sources.
The horror comedy with a racial twist earned six nominations including for movie of the year, best actor for star Daniel Kaluuya, and best villain.
He was known as a master insult comic who created laughs with ridicule and sarcasm in a decades-long career.
Beyond the spectacular visuals, the carefully prepared set list captured the band's evolution through almost two decades.
The Manila leg of the 'A Head Full of Dreams' tour was as much a hit on social media as it was in its sold-out venue at the Mall of Asia Concert Grounds.
Now 57, the singer of the '80s hit songs 'Telefone' and 'Almost Over You' resurfaces as a star of the London stage.
The Visayas winner of the Citi Microentrepreneurship Awards is a remarkable success story arising from failure. When her family's construction retail business failed, Angelita Dagoc used the unsold lumber to make guitars, tapping the talent of her husband, a third-generation guitar maker.
The film opens in U.S. theaters on Friday after topping the Japanese box office in 2016 with nearly $215 million.
The singer, 73, talked for the first time, to People magazine, about his almost 40-year romance with his husband and manager Garry Kief.
The ad, released late on Tuesday, prompted outrage and ridicule from those who said it trivialized rights protests and public unrest in the United States.
A second review committee from the MTRCB ruled on Wednesday that Jerrold Tarog's mystery thriller 'can be seen by adults.'
The singer, 41, said her husband had beaten her and destroyed her self esteem, threatening to leak a sex tape to the media if she left him.
Nearly 200 theaters across the U.S. screened the film on Tuesday in what organizers said is a stand against U.S. President Donald Trump's administration.
The Philippine government is looking into the possibility of shouldering the unpaid wages and benefits of Filipinos workers in Saudi Arabia, who lost their jobs due to the oil crisis in the kingdom.
After working for 10 years as a tailor in a garments factory, Richel Vargas realized that being an employee would not help give her family the comfortable life she hoped for. 'What I earned was enough only for our food and our life had not changed much,' she said.