The 13-year-old “America’s Got Talent” winner talked to Access at the 2018 Art of Elysium Heaven Gala and explained why she released a statement condemning Logan Paul and his controversial video that showed someone who committed suicide. Find out what she had to say!
A YouTube star posted a video showing a dead person hanging from a tree in Japan’s “suicide forest” — then apologized, claiming he was just trying to raise awareness. Logan Paul, a 22-year-old vlogger, uploaded the graphic footage to his YouTube channel with the title “We found a dead body in the Japanese Suicide forest….”…
Paul, brother of fellow vlogger Jake, was videoing his trip to Japan’s “suicide forest.” read more
Adding his voice to what bids fair to become one of 2018’s biggest trends in Europe – a political “techlash” against internet giants, U.K. security minister Ben Wallace has lashed out at Facebook, Google and YouTube, threatening to impose multimillion pound tax punishments on them for failing to fight terrorism in Britain. “Ruthless profiteers,” but […]
Check out the new promo for “Ultimate Expedition,” a new YouTube Red series that stars Gus Kenworthy, Chuck Liddell and Steve-O. “Ultimate Expedition” premieres Jan. 17 on YouTube Red.
Owners of Amazon’s Echo Show device found themselves cut off from their favorite YouTube videos Tuesday, with the device instead telling them that Google was “currently not supporting” the video service on the device. The disappearance of YouTube from the Echo Show, which was first reported by The Verge, is just the latest instance of […]
The company is filling out its development team as it gets serious about original content. read more
While a deathiversary tends to be a somber occasion, some 40 years after Elvis Presley’s death, it is pretty amusing to imagine what his reaction might be if he were to see a streaming service. “All the music in the world comes outta that li’l bitty thing?” is just one possible comment. Not surprisingly, streaming… […]
The music video for the No. 1 hit song “Despacito” has a new record — it’s become the most popular clip on YouTube of all-time with more than three billion views. YouTube announced Friday that Luis Fonsi’s ubiquitous song with Daddy Yankee has surpassed previous record holder “See You Again,” the song by Wiz Khalifa…
The video, shot in Spanish and without Justin Bieber’s additional verses, was first posted on Jan. 12 of this year. read more
The video’s rise is particularly impressive, given that it only hit YouTube in January. read more
YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki unveiled an array of feature upgrades coming to the Google-owned video powerhouse at her annual keynote presentation Thursday at the Vidcon conference in Anaheim, Calif. As she typically does, Wojcicki touted select stats to represent YouTube’s continued robust growth. She noted that 1.5 billion users log in to YouTube every months… […]
Katy Perry’s new album, “Witness,” is on pace to debut at No. 1, following her 96-hour livestream. The stream ended with a 50-minute concert in Los Angeles, where she changed the lyrics to new song “Swish Swish,” which many believe is about Taylor Swift. Katy was raw and honest throughout the livestream, and Billboard Director […]
YouTube talk-show duo Rhett & Link will bring their musical comedy series, “Rhett & Link’s Buddy System,” back for a second season exclusively on YouTube Red. The series features Rhett McLaughlin and Link Neal — who’ve been best friends since the first grade — playing fictionalized versions of themselves. In the first season, they embarked… […]
YouTube also has plans for acts including Lorde, Bon Iver, The xx, Future, New Order and Gucci Mane. read more
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