Why is there no YouTube Rewind 2021?

Why is there no YouTube Rewind 2021?

YouTube Rewind is no more, but the platform is still doing a yearly roundup video. For 2021, they are launching a new format called Escape2021, which is the same sort of thing as YouTube Rewind but in a livestream. It is a 24-hour interactive livestream featuring the year’s biggest YouTube creators and musicians.

Why was there no YouTube Rewind 2020?

There was no Rewind in 2020, primarily due to the ongoing complications of the coronavirus pandemic. At the time, YouTube simply said it was “taking a break from Rewind.”

Why is YouTube Rewind so disliked?

YouTube can’t seem to get Rewind right. Last December, the 2018 YouTube Rewind became the single most disliked video on YouTube, with creators and fans accusing it of being too corporate, highlighting brands and celebrities instead of the platform’s actual community.

Will there be a YouTube Rewind 2020?

YouTube took a break from Rewind in 2020 because it was an overall downer of a year, and here in 2021, they’ll not be doing one either. As confirmed with TubeFilter this week, YouTube will not be making any more “Rewind” videos. YouTube will still create and/or host several year-end features and/or events.

What happened YouTube Rewind?

YouTube officially canceled Rewind in October, but the format died years ago. A sore spot for creators and fans alike, 2018’s Rewind was the platform’s last earnest attempt at a year-end video that celebrated the creator community while also wooing advertisers.

Why was YouTube Rewind deleted?

YouTube Rewind was introduced in 2010 to celebrate some of the most popular content published on the platform in the preceding year. The company released nine iterations of this annual wrap-up, but the COVID-19 pandemic led it to cancel the Rewind installment for 2020.

When was YouTube Rewind last?

YouTube Rewind 2019: For the Record (also known as YouTube Rewind 2019) is a video that was uploaded to YouTube’s official channel on the video-sharing website YouTube on December 5, 2019, as the tenth and final part of the YouTube Rewind series.