An aspiring singer-song writer travels across the country with her dad. Along they way, they debate the serious and the absurd.
(SAN FRANCISCO) — YouTube wants to change the way people buy items and is harnessing the power of its videos to help connect consumers and retailers. Sridhar Ramaswamy, Google’s senior vice president of advertisements and…
WASHINGTON — This month marks the 10th anniversary of YouTube, which now claims more than 1 billion viewers in 75 countries. The video-sharing site’s first posting was on April 23, 2005, featuring an 18-second clip…
WASHINGTON — Prepare to feel old — the “Charlie bit my finger” boys are grown up. Harry Davis-Carr was three, and his brother Charlie was one when their father, Howard, posted a video on YouTube…
WASHINGTON — A seemingly routine photo booth session took a sweet twist when a woman used the moment to make a special announcement. While posing, photographer Jessica Devins held up a tiny hat, revealing her pregnancy.…
It was a year of many impressive images, videos and moments, but YouTube took a look back at some of the moments posted on its site that defined 2014. Click through to see the moments and their corresponding months.…
A South Korean song became a worldwide hit in 2012 – and prompted a YouTube upgrade.
A veteran of Afghanistan confronts a man he believes is impersonating a veteran in a video that has gone viral.
Brittany Maynard, whose terminal brain cancer prompted her to say she planned to end her life Saturday, has released a new video saying \”I still have enough joy,\” and \”it doesn\’t seem like the right time now.\”
A TV traffic reporter got an embarrassing lesson in what can happen when a microphone is live.
A weepy toddler is nothing new — but a video going viral online
captures a 5-year-old sobbing about an adorable sibling bond.
Days after a YouTube video showed a White shark thrashing on a Western Australian beach, a government scientist says the shark had a large sea lion lodged in its throat. See video.
You\’ve been cutting your cake all wrong. Watch a video about the best way to do it.
YouTube has removed all the videos of Elliot Rodger, the Santa Barbara teen who recorded and posted videos leading up to his killing six and injuring 13 in California.
A blogger traveled to 36 countries in 600 days and captured the trip
in a breathtaking way.