Tis the season, which means plenty of footballers getting into the spirit on YouTube – and of all clubs, it always seems as though Manchester City is at the forefront of the holidays. Maybe because they can afford the most gifts? Who knows. John Guidetti is definitely…embracing the spirit. That’s being polite.
(Social Media News) YouTube has revealed the most popular videos and music videos of the year, with foxes, Miley Cyrus, and Koreans winning viewers over in a big way. Follow The American Genius on Facebook for exclusive & breaking business stories Get more Business News at AGBeat
Many gamers who upload footage of video games to YouTube are still getting troubling "content ID" matches that threaten to upend YouTube's gaming content as we know it. But on day three of this controversy, some game publishers appear to be taking steps to help these gamers out. Read more...
Take a look at the top Youtube videos for 2013. 1Ylvis - The Fox (What Does the Fox Say?) by tvnorge 2Harlem Shake (original army edition) by kennethaakonsen 3How Animals Eat Their Food | MisterEpicMann by MisterEpicMann 4Miley Cyrus...Show More Summary
Battlefield 4 isn't just flawed. It looks like it's Lost, too. This video uploaded by YouTuber mormonrage shows an anomaly that looks a whole hell of a lot like the smoke monster from the popular ABC mystery series. Man, watch the trees fold away like that is super weird. Read more...
(YouTube link) AsapSCIENCE has another collection of science facts and ideas that will "turn your brain to mush!" That's their words, not mine. But this video will give you something to think about, and possibly use to flummox someone else. -via Viral Viral Videos See also:Amazing Facts to Blow Your Mind and Amazing Facts to Blow Your Mind 2.
It has been said that a fair number of the hugely popular YouTube channels that have been concentrating on bringing the latest gaming development news to millions of subscribers have been hit by a bunch of copyright violation notices as recently as this week. Show More Summary
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To no one's surprise, "What Does the Fox Say?" is the viral video of the year.
Want to know why YouTube is cracking down on creators who infringe copyrights? Look no further than the site's projected advertising revenue for 2013. The world's biggest online video sharing site is projected to score $5.6 billion dollars...Show More Summary
(YouTube link) Olivier Bolduc and Simon Lachapelle produced this stop-motion video featuring Étienne Desboisand Louka Boutin as Mario and Luigi. I almost lost it when Mario began leaving banana peels behind! Although the video is French, the sound effects are in English. Warning: this video might make your butt hurt. -via Time Newsfeed
Today I spoke on the Senate floor about preventing Iran from ever developing a nuclear weapon. Below is full text of the speech. Video is available on my YouTube channel. Mr. President, I want to speak about an issue of great importance...Show More Summary
YouTube has compiled its top videos of 2013, and — if you’re anything like us — the resulting hodgepodge of beards, break-dancing and animal masks will have you feeling old and vaguely out of touch. The “YouTube Rewind,” as the online video giant has dubbed it, includes contributions from more than 60 YouTube stars and […]
Sports and YouTube are a match made in heaven. Here above are the 10 most popular sports videos of 2013, according to — you guessed it — YouTube See also: When Swag Goes Wrong: Nick Young's Hilarious Layup Fail From a young cancer patient's...Show More Summary
The flight attendant safety spiel during take-off is like playing a YouTube video with no skip ad feature.
As you've probably heard, Tom Daley came out earlier this week. (I recommend that you watch his YouTube video.) The responses vary from being supportive to downright rude (read some of the Twitter posts or YouTube comments). But what...Show More Summary
YouTube’s Rewind 2013 playlist has gone live, so grab a beer, sit back and let’s take a look back at the
Deck the halls with boughs of holly... Image: YouTube, PurinaFriskies OK, Grumpy Cat may still be a Grinch, but she is joining in on some of the holiday festivities with her fellow feline pals See also: The Internet's 10 Favorite Cats Grumpy,...Show More Summary
This is a strange experiment: Google tests adding the duration of a video to the search result title. I've noticed this experiment by searching for [zero 7 in the waiting line]. Google seems to change the title only for YouTube videos, but not for all of them. The duration of the video is already displayed on top of the thumbnail, so this is redundant.