YouTube Commits $200 Million in Marketing Support to Channels

Upfront features Jay-Z, Neon Trees, Flo Rida

YouTube's "brandcast" event (please don't call it a NewFront) started off with a bang and ended with vp, global head of content Robert Kyncl pledging some $200 million in marketing dollars on YouTube and Google's Display Network to support its 100 new professionally produced channels.