Russian schoolboy Maxim Stepanov has created a time-lapse video showing how YouTube has changed since its launch in 2005 – from an amateur video platform to a highly professional multi-million dollar business.
After winning the 2018 International Leipzig Festival for Documentary, the film has been mired in controversy for giving a platform to racist slurs. Filmmaker Pablo Ben Yakov says he wanted to let the audience judge.
Instagram, which has surpassed 1 billion users, is entering the video streaming arena, launching a video platform called IGTV. The app is supposed to help the social media platform compete with YouTube.
British artist Howard Lee confounds his audience with short video clips. He juxtaposes his hyper-realistic drawings with identical-looking genuine objects and asks: Which one is real?
The YouTube star apologized for posting a video which showed the body of a person who had apparently committed suicide. The footage was taken in Japan's Aokigahara forest, one of the world's most popular suicide sites.
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