Tag Archives: youtube

  • ‘Khali the Killer': Sony Accidentally Leaks Entire Film on YouTube

    ‘Khali the Killer': Sony Accidentally Leaks Entire Film on YouTube

    It seems like something that could only happen in the imagination of someone who has no idea how the business actually works, but as it turns out it’s actually quite possible for a major corporation to accidentally leak an entire feature film on YouTube. It happened in the case of Sony’s Khali the Killer, a film […]

  • ‘G Funk’ Documentary Coming Soon to YouTube (Trailer)

    ‘G Funk’ Documentary Coming Soon to YouTube (Trailer)

    You cannot tell the story of hip hop without telling the stories of artists like Warren G, Snoop Dogg, Dr. Dre, and the rest of the founding fathers of the musical school that came to be known as G Funk. And now, a documentary produced by Warren G on that very subject will make its way […]

  • IGTV: Long-Form Instagram Platform Coming This Week

    IGTV: Long-Form Instagram Platform Coming This Week

    One of the chief advantages YouTube has in the online video marketplace is the fact that it allows users to blather on indefinitely as much as an hour at a time. Now, Instragram users can do the same, with the impending roll-out of IGTV, a long-form video platform that will allow for videos anywhere from 15 […]

  • ‘Cobra Kai': ‘Karate Kid’ Sequel Series Gets Trailer (Video)

    ‘Cobra Kai': ‘Karate Kid’ Sequel Series Gets Trailer (Video)

    What happens when a Karate Kid becomes … a Karate Man? That is the easy tagline that appears to be absent from promotional materials for Cobra Kai, an upcoming YouTube Red original series that brings back Johnny Lawrence and Daniel LaRusso more than 30 years after their life-defining duel in the original Karate Kid. A few days back, […]

  • Barnaby Dixon: Get a Load of the New Puppeteer on the Block (Video)

    Barnaby Dixon: Get a Load of the New Puppeteer on the Block (Video)

    One of the cool things about YouTube culture is that all the old forms of entertainment have come back in a new way – shadowplays are back, impressions are back, ventriloquism is back, basically, vaudeville is back. That includes puppetry, and since it’s Friday afternoon and there’s a giant hurricane barreling towards Texas it’s as […]

  • Facebook Watch: Facebook Testing New Video Platform

    Facebook Watch: Facebook Testing New Video Platform

    If you’ve been waiting for an opportunity to bust out that brilliant web series concept, Facebook recently announced its own video platform designed for users to do just that. It’s called Facebook Watch, and it’s engineered for video content that’s divided into episodes – either recorded or streamed live. Facebook Watch is clearly meant to […]

  • World’s Largest Super Soaker from Mark Rober (Video)

    World’s Largest Super Soaker from Mark Rober (Video)

    Just in time for summer, YouTube engineer and mad genius Mark Rober has created a machine that he calls the World’s Largest Super Soaker, and honestly, even if I wanted to dispute this claim I wouldn’t, lest I end up on the wrong end of its life-destroying hydro-power. I’m not joking – the World’s Largest […]

  • YouTube TV: YouTube Rolls Out Support for Live TV (Video)

    YouTube TV: YouTube Rolls Out Support for Live TV (Video)

    I haven’t had cable for a few years, and one of the things I miss the most is being able to watch live TV.  Livestreams online just don’t have the same excitement as good old-fashioned live television programming. Which might be one reason YouTube is getting into the live TV business with a new subscription […]

  • ‘Dr. Seuss – Putting Rhymes to Good Use’ (Video)

    ‘Dr. Seuss – Putting Rhymes to Good Use’ (Video)

    Run the Jewels weren’t the only entertainment figures to drop a surprise release for the holiday season. YouTube‘s top pop-culture analyst KaptainKristian did one as well.  It’s a seasonally appropriate and extremely catchy illustration of how children’s author Dr. Seuss made reading fun for generations of kids. It’s called Dr. Seuss – Putting Rhymes to […]

  • ‘The Death of Video Game Box Art’ (Video)

    ‘The Death of Video Game Box Art’ (Video)

    Art forms seem to be dying all the time these days, usually followed by the revelation that the art form in question is not really dead, if you know where to seek it out in its vital form. The latest art form to be declared dead on arrival, however, appears to actually be dead, at […]