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YouTube is hoping Channing Tatum will catapult them into the realm of Netflix, Amazon, and Hulu. The cat-video provider just announced Step Up as its "first full-fledged, big-budget original drama series," Deadline reports. The series will debut in 2017 on the subscription-only YouTube Red. Step Up is based on the...
A YouTube video reveals what could have been with "Disney Infinity's" scrapped take on Gwen Stacy's alternate-reality doppelganger.
A new television series based on the hit dance movie Step Up is coming to YouTube Red! Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan, who starred in the 2006 film, will be executive producing the series, which is set to debut in early 2017. “This is the best place to put Step Up of all the places [...]
It pays to be just a little paranoid. It helped one guy in Vienna avoid having his ATM card info stolen. YouTube user Ben Tedesco, who claims to work in cybersecurity, spotted an ATM skimming device while in Vienna, Austria. Starting...Show More Summary
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A long list of known and respected musicians from a wide variety of genres have signed a petition against the systemic enabling of illegal streaming provided by entities such as YouTube and Google. The petition urges Congress to reform...Show More Summary
The addition of live streaming to its mobile application was YouTube’s big news from VidCon in Anaheim, Calif., but the Google-owned video site made several other announcements.
There is news about Haters Back Off, Netflix’s eight-episode series starring top YouTube personality Colleen Ballinger-Evans, and just like any other announcement on the project, actress-comedian-singer Ballinger-Evans did it herself in a YouTube video. Show More Summary
To stay competitive, YouTube Red doesn't even have a choice about what it needs to do.
YouTube's infamous comment section has gained a reputation as a breeding ground for hate, abuse, and many other unsavory things, but a series of upcoming changes could make it a more pleasant environment for creators and their fans.Show More Summary
YouTube may have been first in the online video space, but as the digital ecosystem explodes, the online video giant has fallen behind in one of the newest trends: live video. Last night during its keynote at VidCon, the annual confab...Show More Summary
A review of Escape the Night's first episode, in which host Joey Graceffa invites YouTube stars into a Clue-like house for a Whodunnit-like competition. Read this story »
Virtual reality (VR) is not only a way of watching movies and playing video games. It also lets you experience a space far from where you’re located. A weight-loss clinic in Tijuana, Mexico just performed the first live streamed bariatric surgery which you can now watch via Youtube. Show More Summary
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Streaming will start with a select few users, but will open up soon.
So much yes.
Live video has been available on YouTube for years, but you’ve only been able to broadcast from your desktop browser. That’s about to change, as Youtube is launching live streaming in their mobile app today. Read more...
YouTube has long been a social network — we just haven't thought of it the right way. And now with mobile livestreaming, it's even more important to change that mindset. Google+ is no Facebook. It's not supposed to be, and it's not going to be. Show More Summary
At this year’s Vidcon, the YouTube fanfest in Anaheim, YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki changed her tone. Last year - YouTube’s posture was powerful and unwavering. But this year, Wojcicki’s third at Vidcon, there was a noticeable shift. Wojcicki's...Show More Summary