Politicians in Washington aren’t going to care much right now about a movie depicting the short life of a Christian girl, according to film producer Chuck Howard. But that’s not going to stop the Nashville resident from trying to motivate lawmakers to take on Google and dismantle what he says has become a biased media monopoly.
Mr. Howard, a former music producer and now a Christian filmmaker, is exploring all options, including considering suing Google, to make up for lost advertising and having the penalty on the channel removed after the media giant’s subsidiary, YouTube, removed his company’s Christian video channel for nearly a year.
“As of yet, we have not filed suit against Google, but are exploring all options,” Chuck Howard told The Washington Times. “We’ve missed 11 months’ worth of advertising. They’ve destroyed us from carrying the momentum that we originally had going forward.”
Mr. Howard, a co-producer of the new faith-based film “I’m Not Ashamed,” said the film’s trailer garnered over 5 million views before YouTube removed the channel nearly a year ago.
The channel was recently reinstated after The Hollywood Reporter contacted YouTube about the incident. However, the channel was hit with a temporary penalty and warned that additional videos found to be objectionable on the channel could result in account termination.
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