An Important Update from Blip Regarding Account Removals
posted this on March 1, 2013, 4:35 PM
Lately some of the creators on Blip have noticed that we’re policing the library of content much more closely.
After many years of being an open platform, we’re now taking our mission to bring the best original web series to our audience more seriously. To accomplish this, it is essential that we fully support producers who are dedicated to their craft and are committed to making their shows successful. This renewed focus also means that we have to make some tough decisions about how and where we direct Blip’s resources.
Over the past few months, we have been reviewing the Blip content library and removing accounts that don’t meet our Terms of Service. In most cases, accounts that don’t fit this description are given a warning period so that they might find a more suitable hosting solution.
If you are producing a high quality original web series, you have nothing to worry about. On the contrary, expect to get more love than ever from us!
If you are a new producer looking to get started, we’ve created an easy way for you tojoin Blip, and we’re looking forward to seeing what you can do!
If you are not sure about the appropriateness of your content, please review the “Prohibited Content” section of our Terms of Service. For specific examples of the type of content Blip is intended for, please visitour tour.
And If your account was removed and you feel we should take a second look, please create a new ticket atProducer Support. We’re happy to give you our feedback.
Blip appreciates the enthusiasm of the online video community and looks forward to maintaining a vibrant and diverse platform.