After the H3H3 Youtube channel went on strike for unknown reasons, Ethan Klein confirmed that the issue is now resolved.
It’s been a long week for the YouTube channel H3H3, to say the least. On Monday, H3H3 host and co-founder Ethan Klein announced that the studio’s last Christmas podcasts of the year had been canceled due to a “random” attack on YouTube channels. The strike and subsequent rejection of Klein’s call resulted in H3H3 being unable to upload during the Christmas week. In some good news, right around Christmas, Klein confirmed the strike had been lifted, but unfortunately is unlikely to change anything.
On Tuesday, Klein announced on Twitter that YouTube had removed the strike from the H3H3 channel. Klein attributed the change to the fact that his “representative” and someone high up in the YouTube food chain saw the cause issue and was able to fix it. However, Klein also confirmed that H3H3 still won’t be making a Christmas episode, although the team can once again upload new videos.
The problem is that, in the midst of YouTube fighting H3H3 with a strike and YouTube reversing the strike, H3H3 offices have been shut down. The outbreak of covid-19. Klein says the outbreak has “contaminated our studio,” and as a result H3H3 couldn’t shoot anything until 2022. Even if the channel was banned from uploading to YouTube, it could have done. show a recording on Christmas. That obviously doesn’t happen anymore.
Currently, Klein is making up for the lack of podcasting by starring in dramas found elsewhere on the internet. Without going into any specifics, Klein posted about Keemstar and the relative smoothness of his brain. The two are arguing about another personality, Hasan Piker, who recently banned on Twitch for saying “cracker,” a word the platform considers an insult against whites. It will generate the full documentary value of the podcast, if H3H3 is recording.
As anyone familiar with YouTube will realize, channel strikes are rarely meaningful or legal. Most strikes are issued through YouTube’s automated system, which doesn’t help protect creators from fake or even outright false strikes. Even a channel the size of H3H3 had to rely on its connections and a bit of luck to get its short-lived upload ban overturned.
However, even with YouTube’s extremely annoying warning system, the platform remains such a lucrative place to publish content that even the perpetually annoyed Klein went on strike in relative terms. Klein dropped the announcement on Twitter, updating fans that it was reversed three days later, and has been posting more about Keemstar since. summary H3H3 in its own unique way.
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