In less than a decade, YouTube star Lilly Singh has gone from internet sensation to host of a broadcast TV show, "A Little Late with Lilly Singh," which debuts Monday on NBC. Amna Nawaz sat down with Singh recently on…
By Amna Nawaz, Kira Wakeam
Lilly Singh is about to go from Internet star to late-night TV host with her new program, "A Little Late With Lilly Singh" premiering on NBC this week. Singh, who plans on featuring fellow YouTube creators on her show, shares…
By Joshua Barajas
Starting early next year, anyone who uploads a video to YouTube will have to designate whether or not that video is directed at children.
By Rachel Lerman, Matt O'Brien, Associated Press
The FTC has been investigating YouTube for the way it handles the data of kids under 13. Young children are protected by a federal law that requires parental consent before companies can collect and share their personal information.
By Rachel Lerman, Marcy Gordon, Associated Press
A doctored video of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, slowed to make her appear to slur her words, continues to provoke controversy. While YouTube removed the video from its platform, both Facebook and Twitter left it up. The episode sparks questions…
By Barbara Ortutay, Associated Press
As people around the world Monday turned to YouTube to watch Notre Dame Cathedral burn, an automated system attached background information about the Sept. 11 terror attacks in New York to videos of the fire. YouTube explained that the background…
Google CEO Sundar Pichai testified before the House Judiciary Committee in response to criticism over some of the company’s practices. Pichai faced grilling from the right on allegations of anti-conservative bias in search results, as well as questions from the…
By Michael Boulter, Paul Solman
After making a career out of stunts like refrigerator-skiing -- drawing millions of eyeballs from the coveted under-35 demographic -- Shaun McBride has learned how to adapt to new platforms and invest in evolving business models.
By Michael Boulter
During the “Ad-pocalypse,” YouTube creators saw drastic drops in ad revenue income. Some use another time-worn business model: the subscription.
Support Provided By: Learn more
Educate your inbox
Subscribe to Here’s the Deal, our politics newsletter for analysis you won’t find anywhere else.