A tale of bad-art-gone-profitable and the ensuing explosion of a meme in Russia, thanks to one dead fox.
Yahoo beat Google in 2012, when it came to original web video programming. A look back at the best video series the Internet has to offer.
YouTube removes billions of views from music channels, in what appears to be an alignment to VEVO-hosted content.
Did you sneak in some work on Christmas? You’re not alone.
The latest target for our collective online ridicule: lonely, sometimes pudgy, men who can’t get dates due to their misogynistic tendencies.
Hint: We are living in a digital world, and YouTube is the hub for all things viral, including popular music.
The traditional entertainment giant’s big investment into new media further validates YouTube’s importance as a video content source.
YouTube remixes the most important Web video moments of 2012 to the tune of Call Me Maybe meets Gangnam Style. The video is also filled with Easter eggs – and we find them for you!
YouTube Capture not only makes uploading videos easier, but also color corrects and stabilizes, among other features, making your videos look professional with minimal input.
Freddie Wong, viral video master and creator of the series Video Game High School, breaks down the cost of creating of a big time Web series.
Google’s Zeitgeist 2012: Year in Review breaks down what was important to the Internet in 2012 in less than three minutes.
Top YouTuber Ray William Johnson is tired of YouTube network Maker Studios holding his Google AdSense account hostage. Maker replies with a ripe potty mouth.
Journalist and author Barrett Brown has been charged in federal court with linking and 11 other alleged crimes.
YouTube’s clean new layout is dominated by “the Guide.” But newbies beware…
Please stop tweeting the McAfee “30-Day Trial” joke.
Blame it on the rise of corporate YouTube: Web celebrity Toby Turner was fired from his own CuteWinFail show sometime last week.
YouTube personality and musician Alex Day wants to upend the traditional music industry with his Christmas single, “Stupid, Stupid.”
A eulogy for one of the greatest massive multiplayer online role-playing video games of all time, City of Heroes. It offered me an escape and a place to feel valued when I needed it most.
The wildly popular Gangnam Style video is estimated to have made the Korean Pop singer Psy more than $1 million in YouTube revenue alone.
Much has been made of Google’s $100 million investments in original content. But to established Big Media companies, those investments are chump change.