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DreamWorks deals industry’s first major acquisition of a YouTube Channel

DreamWorks deals industry’s first major acquisition of a YouTube Channel

DreamWorks has officially acquired the teen-centric YouTube channel, AwesomenessTV. AwesomenessTV is touted to be one of the most subscribed to channels for teens, having over 14 million subscribers, 55,000 channels, and 800 million total views so far. DreamWorks acquisition of AwesomenessTV is the first major acquisition of a YouTube channel by a big media company, and it will help boost DreamWorks's online presence.

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After 8 years, YouTube is finally shutting down

After 8 years, YouTube is finally shutting down

No, not really. In celebration of April Fool's Day, YouTube went all out with their (highly unbelievable) prank. Now some of you may be saying, "You're one day early YouTube, it's March 31st", but you have to keep in mind that its April 1st in some countries already, like Japan. In its April Fool's Day prank, YouTube stated that after 8 years, the contest that is YouTube, will finally come to an end come midnight, April 1st.

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YouTube’s newest milestone: 1 billion unique monthly users

YouTube’s newest milestone: 1 billion unique monthly users

Where do you go when you want to see clips of your favorite movies, check out music videos, or watch cats in various states of irritation or derpiness? If you're like most Internet users, you turn to YouTube, which is celebrating its newest milestone: over 1 billion unique monthly users. Such a huge number is hard to fathom, and so the video website has dropped a few examples to help put it into perspective.

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Simon Cowell to launch next competition on YouTube

Simon Cowell to launch next competition on YouTube

Simon Cowell, renown for his position as a talent judge for several popular TV series like The X Factor, Britain's Got Talent, and American Idol, will be launching his next competition online. The competition won't just be limited to the vocally talented, like American Idol or The X Factor. It's extended to anyone who has a talent that they're willing to display on YouTube.

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