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28th Jan '16 12:31:31 PM MeerkatMario
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* Machinima/SuperMario64Bloopers.
18th Dec '15 10:11:11 PM nombretomado
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* SFDebris: [[http://www.stardestroyer.net/Empire/Misc/Links.html science fiction]] [[http://www.youtube.com/user/sfdebris reviews]] that focus on Franchise/StarTrek.
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* SFDebris: WebSite/SFDebris: [[http://www.stardestroyer.net/Empire/Misc/Links.html science fiction]] [[http://www.youtube.com/user/sfdebris reviews]] that focus on Franchise/StarTrek.
12th Dec '15 9:14:25 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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* [[Creator/BillAndDoug Bill & Doug]] (aka [=RVDTito4Life=]), who were hired by {{TNA}} Wrestling to be the hosts of their online show, ''TNA Addicts''.
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* [[Creator/BillAndDoug Bill & Doug]] (aka [=RVDTito4Life=]), who were hired by {{TNA}} Wrestling/{{TNA}} Wrestling to be the hosts of their online show, ''TNA Addicts''.
12th Dec '15 5:58:52 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''UltimateMuscleRollerLegend''. The less said about this video, the better.
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* ''UltimateMuscleRollerLegend''.''WebAnimation/UltimateMuscleRollerLegend''. The less said about this video, the better.
9th Dec '15 2:16:12 PM Berrenta
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IUEO trope
* [[InternetCounterattack Videos of politicians saying things they just went on record as denying having ever said]]. [[invoked]]
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* [[InternetCounterattack Videos of politicians saying things they just went on record as denying having ever said]]. [[invoked]]said.
26th Nov '15 9:03:30 AM PuritanPhysicist
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* WebVideo/LutheranSatire: "Teaching the faith by making fun of stuff."
18th Nov '15 11:26:53 AM FF32
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* YoutubePoop.
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* YoutubePoop.WebAnimation/YoutubePoop.
8th Nov '15 12:29:44 PM Redmess
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There's been a serious and somewhat harsh crackdown on copyright infringement over the past couple of years; expect to click to see a video, such as an AbridgedSeries, only to find there's no audio, but the video is still intact (for the moment) along with a large amount of rage in the comments section, and maybe a Samaritan posting a link to some foreign site unaffected by American law (or it's another site forcing you to take a survey to watch a video that's ''impossible'' to see anywhere else). [=YouTube=] can't be blamed for this, though; they're facing multi-''billion'' dollar lawsuits from entertainment companies, which leads to videos being taken down under the {{DMCA}} unless someone contests they're to be FairUse (or not even infringing copyright), even if this includes in mistakingly removing videos from official music channels (on at least two occasions) in the process. This has led to the phrase "Watch it before it gets taken down" for any rarely seen copyright show or movie. The end result is that many people who rely on parodying or reviewing copyrighted works (which has been long-recognized as fair use) have largely jumped ship to more creator-friendly sites such as Revver or blip.tv. This has been mollified of late with entertainment companies embracing the internet model more and uploading their shows and music videos on an ad-supported on-demand basis, although there remain angry comments on these videos bemoaning the fact their authors can't willingly and knowingly infringe copyright anymore, it's [=YouTube=] after all.
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There's been a serious and somewhat harsh crackdown on copyright infringement over the past couple of years; expect to click to see a video, such as an AbridgedSeries, only to find there's no audio, but the video is still intact (for the moment) along with a large amount of rage in the comments section, and maybe a Samaritan posting a link to some foreign site unaffected by American law (or it's another site forcing you to take a survey to watch a video that's ''impossible'' to see anywhere else). [=YouTube=] can't be blamed for this, though; they're facing multi-''billion'' dollar lawsuits from entertainment companies, which leads to videos being taken down under the {{DMCA}} unless someone contests they're to be FairUse (or not even infringing copyright), even if this includes in mistakingly removing videos from official music channels (on at least two occasions) in the process. This has led to the phrase "Watch it before it gets taken down" for any rarely seen copyright show or movie. The end result is that many people who rely on parodying or reviewing copyrighted works (which has been long-recognized as fair use) have largely jumped ship to more creator-friendly sites such as Revver or (before its shutdown) blip.tv. This has been mollified of late with entertainment companies embracing the internet model more and uploading their shows and music videos on an ad-supported on-demand basis, although there remain angry comments on these videos bemoaning the fact their authors can't willingly and knowingly infringe copyright anymore, it's [=YouTube=] after all.
7th Nov '15 8:16:50 PM nombretomado
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* Creator/RedLetterMedia started out doing reviews/critiques of the later films in the ''Franchise/StarTrek'' franchise (among other things) on [=Youtube=], but it wasn't until they put up a brutal, all-encompassing seven-part ereview of ''[[Film/ThePhantomMenace Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace]]'' in December 2009 that they got noticed by the Internet at large. You can start watching the ''Phantom Menace'' review [[http://youtu.be/FxKtZmQgxrI here]].
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* Creator/RedLetterMedia WebVideo/RedLetterMedia started out doing reviews/critiques of the later films in the ''Franchise/StarTrek'' franchise (among other things) on [=Youtube=], but it wasn't until they put up a brutal, all-encompassing seven-part ereview of ''[[Film/ThePhantomMenace Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace]]'' in December 2009 that they got noticed by the Internet at large. You can start watching the ''Phantom Menace'' review [[http://youtu.be/FxKtZmQgxrI here]].
7th Nov '15 11:02:56 AM MarkLungo
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''For a list of memes on [=YouTube=], see {{Memes.Youtube}}.'' ''For recommendations, see YouTubeRecommendations.'' [[http://www.youtube.com YouTube]] is a video sharing site that has achieved worldwide popularity since it launched in 2005. While the official purpose of the site is to host amateur videos and promotional clips, it is unofficially the place where you can watch copyrighted materials from all types of mediums, search for random/odd clips and/or check out the latest blog entries and videos from notable users. It was founded by programming students Chad Hurley, Steve Chen, and Jawed Karim; the idea came to Karim when he had trouble finding clips of two major events in early 2004: The South Asian tsunami and later Music/JanetJackson's WardrobeMalfunction at that year's SuperBowl halftime show. Yes, ''Janet Jackson's exposed nipple helped lead to the creation of [=YouTube=].''
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''For a list of memes on [=YouTube=], see {{Memes.Youtube}}.Memes.YouTube.'' ''For recommendations, see YouTubeRecommendations.'' [[http://www.youtube.com YouTube]] is a video sharing site that has achieved worldwide popularity since it launched in 2005. While the official purpose of the site is to host amateur videos and promotional clips, it is unofficially the place where you can watch copyrighted materials from all types of mediums, search for random/odd clips and/or check out the latest blog entries and videos from notable users. It was founded by programming students Chad Hurley, Steve Chen, and Jawed Karim; the idea came to Karim when he had trouble finding clips of two major events in early 2004: The South Asian tsunami and later Music/JanetJackson's WardrobeMalfunction at that year's SuperBowl UsefulNotes/SuperBowl halftime show. Yes, ''Janet Jackson's exposed nipple helped lead to the creation of [=YouTube=].''
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