Filmmakers Accuse YouTube of Anti-Christian Bias After Trailer is Blocked

October 4, 2016

Last October, though, Howard was notified that the trailer violated YouTube’s standards. Without further explanation, YouTube blocked the trailer and the channel, and Howard has been attempting to seek clarification ever since.

Pure Flix Entertainment, best known for distributing the two God’s Not Dead films, opens I’m Not Ashamed on Oct. 21.

Read more at: http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/filmmakers-accuse-youtube-anti-christian-934108


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