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YouTube is now live-streaming sets from this weekend's Coachella shindig in Indio, California. Music fans around the world can catch big-name bands across three live channels for free – not bad for an event that costs $375 a ticket.
This new music discovery web app lets you explore YouTube’s vast music ‘crates’ in search of hidden gems.
Netflix pokes fun at the Apple Watch, while promoting its services, with the hilarious parody video for the fictional Netflix Watch, a device that lets you watch Netflix wherever you are.
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YouTube is close to offering a subscription service that removes ads and lets users watch videos without an internet connection. It's expected to live alongside Music Key.
Someone in the Rand Paul campaign must have forgotten how YouTube works, because the senator's presidential announcement video was flagged and promptly removed by the service's Content ID system.
Turkey lifted its nationwide ban on Twitter after the social media site agreed to take down images and accounts related to an Istanbul prosecutor's abduction. The ban on YouTube, however, is still in effect.
In just a few months, indie drama Money and Violence has become a YouTube phenomenon, with more than 13 million views, and counting. But what's next? To find out, we spoke with the creator of "Money and Violence," Moise Verneau.
Google was close to buying game-streaming startup up Twitch last year, but in the end Amazon inked a deal. Apparently still interested in the space, Google-owned YouTube is reportedly developing a Twitch competitor for launch later this year.
After launching an invite-only beta earlier this year, Vessel, the new subscription video website from former Hulu CEO Jason Kilar, is now officially open to the public. Sign up in the next 72 hours for a free one-year subscription.
This female comedy trio from Australia sang a silly rendition of Bohemian Rhapsody — and it landed the classic rock song from 1975 onto the Billboard top streaming songs chart.
Comedy Central's "Broad City" began as an amateur YouTube series from Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer; it should return to its roots for Season 3. These 5 YouTube episodes would make a great start.
Sources indicate that YouTube has expressed interest in developing its own video-on-demand (VOD) service to compete with the likes of Hulu and Vimeo.