Mamrie Hart is an actress, writer, and comedian who became "Huge on the Tube" (#HOTT) with her "You Deserve a Drink" series. She recently won a Streamy Award for Best Actress in a Comedy for her over-the-top bartender role -- proof she's still killing it on YouTube.
Variety is the spice of life, as well as the proper seasoning for viewers who want their personal yoga routines to reflect their days. If a day is particularly hard, a tough yoga workout with tons of activity may be beneficial. If a day has been stressful, calming yoga poses may be a nicer fit.
Overall, there is still a requirement for traditional journalism and original reporting because all three of these websites report the news but don't do a lot of the original fact finding and investigation like traditional media sources do.
Kids already spend lots of time with YouTube, and it's become not only a top entertainment destination, but a key contributor to their learning. Increasingly, young people look for visual demonstrations to answer questions.
Iman Crosson, A.K.A. Alphacat, is known for his impeccable impression of President Obama and went Huge on the Tube (#HOTT) with his Momentous Day rap.
The Queen of Hearts video remains a fan favorite. Kandee Johnson explains how she made her eyebrows vanish and the reason she loves this video in today's "Huge on the Tube," a VH1-What's Trending production.
I began looking into the ice-bucket challenge because I was thinking of launching a challenge of my own. It turns out that it originated as the Cold Water Challenge. It was to donate to cancer research or jump into cold water. But my challenge is a bit different.
The first person I'll be featuring in this series is Penn Alumnus Jon Youshaei who is a Google Associate Product Marketing Manager, writer and intrapreneur. Jon Youshaei is a first-generation American whose claim to fame has been having every vowel in his last name.
There's a reason why Peter Thiel and his merry band of "PayPal Mafia" members have created seven companies worth a billion dollars each, including PayPal, SpaceX, YouTube, and a few others you may never have heard of. Ever wonder what makes a guy like that so smart?
Ten years ago, even the world's more tech savvy wouldn't have imagined that a single short video posted online could catapult someone to fame. As we all know now, this does indeed happen, and with startling regularity.
I recently noticed a certain trend in the video content of many YouTubers who focus on beauty and lifestyle -- dissatisfaction.
In my adopted hometown of Washington, DC, we are blessed with three major airports, in addition to lots of prominent figures and entertaining scandals from which to derive fodder for alternate airport names.
Trent Shelton is a man with a message who desires to promote positive change in others. He was born in Little Rock, Arkansas and raised in Fort Worth,...
Webster school's superintendent Carmen Gumina, who won the Disney Teacher Award for High School Sciences in 1999, had fun sharing the news of a snow day with his 9,000 students via a video of himself trail running in the snow.
In 2015, we'll see new ways marketers use video, businesses make money with video, and users consume (and monetize through) video. What remains to be seen is who will be the biggest winner in this revolution -- YouTube, Facebook, or premium streaming.
These simple steps should reduce the amount of YouTube videos by at least half. I'll be back next January with more "site cleaning" suggestions. In the meantime, pet owners can practice restraining themselves from videotaping their adorable animals frolicking in snow.
The truth is that the online audience Obama was able to speak to trust Bethany Mota, Glozell Green, and Hank Green. They do not trust mainstream journalists. But for the mainstream media, rather than taking a look in the mirror, it is much easier to continue with what has become tiresome and played-out Obama bashing.
Dude Perfect, five buddies who recently graduated Texas A&M, have become one of the hottest sensations on the Internet for their trick shot and "stereotype" videos.