Although there wasn't any Roman-style backstabbing, YouTubers will remember the ides of March 2012 as a traumatic day in the company's history. In one fell swoop, the site's daily view count got completely
Tyler Oakley may be the most consistent person in entertainment. The 26-year-old got started making YouTube videos in college; he now has more than 7 million subscribers to a channel where he continues
They're attracting hordes of screaming teens, signing book deals, and even getting their own primetime TV shows. A survey done by Variety last summer showed that that today's teens like YouTube stars more
Just a few months back, YouTube bumped up the quality of the videos it hosts by allowing for gorgeous, 60 FPS video playback. Now they’re cranking things up to an almost absurd level. 60 FPS video, on
Last month I spoke with a wedding cinematographer about the arms race to document weddings with the latest technologies. He started his business with just a camera and tripod. Now he’s shooting with drones.