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Nestlé, McDonald’s, Others Pull Ads From YouTube

By The Wall Street Journal

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  • It’s about time advertisers pushed back on YouTube. I would have thought the recruiting and training of terrorists might have done it. Or the age inappropriate videos on YouTube kids. Or the medical disinformation. Or any of a dozen other things. But late is good enough for me.

  • Dr Gail Barnes
    Dr Gail BarnesPartner at Personify LLC

    It's about time. A case of better late than not at all.

  • T.j. Willette
    T.j. Willette

    YouTube is a great video sharing platform concept. It’s just too bad that their personal ideology gets in the way of the original intent.

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