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YouTube App Comes to More Roku Set-Top Boxes
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Roku is recognized as the set-top box with the most online video content (now about 1,500 channels). But until today most of its devices were missing one of the world's biggest video providers, YouTube, which was available only on the Roku 3 and Roku streaming stick. Now the firehose of video — from best to worst — is available as an app on all of what Roku calls its "current generation" boxes ...
 
Canadian Twins Launch YouTube Channel Focused on Quality Content
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Identical twins Dahlia and Dia Tequali are actresses living between Hollywood, California and Ontario, Canada. With their sudden rise to YouTube fame, the twins have already written for and collaborated ...
 
Happy Ninth Birthday YouTube: From 'Me at the Zoo' to a Billion Monthly Visits
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As groundbreaking recorded media events go, YouTube's first upload is about as banal as Thomas Edison reciting "Mary Had A Little Lamb" on the first...
 
POLL: Which YouTube Style Star Is Your Favorite? Vote Now!
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It's time to vote on your favorite YouTube style star
 
Saudi watchdog to regulate homegrown YouTube shows: newspaper
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By Matt Smith DUBAI (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia plans to regulate local companies that screen shows on YouTube, a senior official was quoted as saying in local media on Tuesday - a move that could stifle its nascent creative industries. The kingdom is the world's top per capita user of YouTube. But YouTube's popularity has now brought Saudi Arabia's homegrown production houses under the gaze of the ...
 
YouTube Analytics Gets New Playlists Stats
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Google announced the addition of some new reports to YouTube Analytics, to help channel owners see how their playlists are helping with their overall channel performance. YouTube Analytics will now show the total number of video views from the channel’s …
 
For YouTube’s 9th Birthday, Here Are 9 of the Greatest YouTube Heroes Ever
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Nine years ago today, YouTube co-founder Jawed Karim uploaded the very first video to his new site. It was an 18-second clip entitled “Me at the Zoo.” It’s a wholly unremarkable span of footage in which he points out that the elephants behind him have “really, really, really long trunks.”
 
Roku brings YouTube to all current-generation streamers
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YouTube was previously limited to the Roku 3 and Roku Streaming Stick but is now available on any Roku device released after mid-2011.
 
First YouTube Video Turns 9: 'Me At The Zoo' Uploaded In 2005, Leading To Worldwide Success For The Video Sharing Site
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Wednesday marks nine years since the first video on YouTube was uploaded to the web. The video titled “Me at the zoo” was uploaded to the video sharing website by YouTube co-founder Jawed Karim on April 23, 2005 at 8:27 p.m. according to its description. The short 18 second video features Karim standing in front of elephants at the San Diego Zoo, saying that the “cool thing about [the elephants ...
 
Spreecast takes on Google Hangouts with a YouTube- and Reddit-inspired redesign
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If YouTube has taught us anything, it’s that humans will watch just about any video you put in front of them. Cats playing keyboards ? Why not? We can’t get enough. Live-streaming service Spreecast is taking video to the next level with interactive features that turn the lens around, because as much as we love watching videos, we love starring in them even more. Spreecast launched in 2011 as a ...