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youtube launched in 2005 as a video sharing platform, and was acquired by Google (now Alphabet) in 2006. It has built an entire community of creators that run channels dedicated to topics like gaming, tech reviews, and beauty. It also houses news videos and entertainment such as music videos, movie trailers, and clips from late-night TV shows. youtube’s rapid growth has not been without problems. youtubers typically make money from ads that run in front of their videos, but if they break the platform’s rules, their channels and videos can be demonetized. Executives and moderators have worked to combat harassment, misinformation, terrorist propaganda, hate content, and other abuse. The Verge runs two youtube channels, The Verge and Verge Science.

LAPD investigating youtuber who appeared to abuse dog in video

2K Games defends ‘necessary actions’ against youtuber who shared Borderlands 3 leaks

Minecraft’s recent surge on youtube proves that the ‘PewDiePie Effect’ is still real

Ninja hits 1 million subscribers on Mixer five days after leaving Twitch

youtube CEO addresses LGBTQ community’s ongoing demonetization concerns

youtube removes account of far-right creator Soph for hate speech

youtube’s ‘creator-on-creator’ harassment policy could affect commentary videos

youtube TV is offering an extended two-week free trial until August 14th

youtube Premium starts getting 1080p offline video downloads

youtube’s recent algorithm change explains why your feed is full of children’s videos

David Dobrik helped redefine youtube culture four years ago, and people are celebrating

Jake Paul and Tana Mongeau’s over-the-top ‘wedding’ is part of a bigger youtube phenomenon

PBS will stream live for the first time with youtube TV

Elon Musk says that Teslas will soon be able to stream Netflix and youtube

youtube videos keep getting longer

youtube videos with kids get three times as many views as videos without kids

Shane Dawson’s new documentary about Eugenia Cooney is a real moment of growth

In the country where mukbang was invented, this youtuber is pushing the genre

youtube Music now lets you flip between a song and its music video with a tap

TikTok took over VidCon, and youtube is next

Spotify, youtube, and others get reimagined as retro anime tech

youtube’s alternative monetization strategy is a good step, but it ignores bigger problems

youtube drafting ‘creator-on-creator harassment’ rules after Steven Crowder incident

youtube is adding more ways for creators to make money

youtube is launching educational playlists that won’t include algorithmic recommendations

youtubers’ first organizing attempt, the Internet Creators Guild, is shutting down

How Joey Salads could meme his way into Congress

The youtuber brings his pranks — and reactionary dog-whistles — on the campaign trail.

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Get to know Halle Bailey, the new Little Mermaid, through her youtube covers

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youtube’s ‘instructional hacking’ ban threatens computer security teachers

Dr Disrespect and other creators keep hiding their apologies