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Sky News Australia has been suspended from YouTube following a review of old videos.

Tech giant has suspended Sky News 's popular channel from the platform for a week following a review of old uploaded videos.

Sky News has been temporarily suspended by following a review of old videos published to the channel.

The one-week suspension by follows a review of content for compliance with 's policies on which are subject to change in response to changes to global or local health authority guidance on the virus.

Sky News acknowledges 's right to enforce its policies and looks forward to continuing to publish its popular news and analysis content back to its audience of 1.85 million subscribers shortly.

A Sky News spokesperson said: “We support broad discussion and debate on a wide range of topics and perspectives which is vital to any democracy.

“We take our commitment to meeting editorial and community expectations seriously.”

responded to media requests mentioning its “denial of ” policies but it later dropped that reference in future media statements.

Sky News expressly rejects that any host has ever denied the existence of as was implied, and no such videos were ever published or removed.

The Sky News channel has published more than 20,000 videos over the past year.

With 1.85 million subscribers, ‘Sky News ' on has 400,000 subscribers more than ABC News, and is more popular than all three of 's commercial news network's channels combined.

It was recently revealed that Sky News Australia has become one of the country's most engaging news brands across multiple digital platforms and is reaching more than a third of all Australians each month.


Source: Sky News Australia suspended from YouTube over an old coronavirus video | Sky News Australia


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