Singer and rising YouTube star Mahalia has said she decided to “stay out of the comment section” in an online environment that can be difficult for upcoming artists.
YouTube viewers across the EU could be cut off from videos as a result of the controversial Article 13 copyright directive, platform boss Susan Wojcicki has said in a fresh warning.
Tom Felton has said he is “more than happy” to be known for playing the character Draco Malfoy in the Harry Potter film series.
A sick predator who posed as a girl to coerce young boys into performing “utterly depraved” sexual acts has been jailed for almost four years.
YouTube has launched on the Nintendo Switch, becoming one of the first major video apps to be made available on the games console.
For motorists who want a bit more excitement from their front-wheel drive hatchback, a YouTube channel may have the answer. The Master Milo YouTube channel has taken a sensible Ford Ka and turned it into the terrifying lovechild of a hamster wheel and a rollercoaster.
A viral picture which appeared to show Justin Bieber eating a burrito sideways has been outed as a prank – but not before it prompted huge debate online.
If you’re tired of typing out your searches for a song or artist, YouTube Music has introduced a fun alternative using emojis.
A Tory MP has filmed himself cycling nude around a London park to promote the creation of an annual naked bike ride.
Red Dwarf star Danny John-Jules and Amy Dowden have swept to the top of the Strictly Come Dancing leaderboard, scoring the first 10 of the series.
To produce a Who Wants To Be A Millionaire-style quiz on YouTube, uploading a video for every possible outcome, takes months of hard work – so imagine doing it twice.
When one of the biggest sites on the internet goes down, people have to scramble to find an alternative.
YouTube has apologised after technical issues took the site offline for more than an hour overnight on Wednesday.
A pervert who set children sexual dares and challenges with the promise of getting them YouTube subscribers has been told it’s “almost unimaginable” he won’t be jailed.
A seven-year-old American boy who has drawn millions of views reviewing toys on YouTube has become a toy himself.
An Aberdeen man who makes films using a popular children’s toy has been named as a finalist at this year’s Young Scot Awards.
How can a car alarm, arguably one of the world’s most annoying noises, make beautiful, captivating music?
YouTube channel Bad Lip Reading do exactly what their name suggests – they create voice-overs which re-imagine what people were saying on film and dub them over the footage.
Anyone paying attention to the world of football in the mid-noughties would have probably seen Ronaldinho going viral on YouTube thanks to a Nike advert.
YouTube does a great job of filling boring moments with sensational videos, but what would you want to watch if everything that had ever happened was on film?
UK music industry figures have welcomed the European Parliament’s decision to pass changes to EU copyright laws which intend to update them for the digital age.
When YouTuber and former Disney actor Jake Paul started trending on social media, the news didn’t have everyone clicking the trending topics.
The music industry is calling on MEPs to back copyright law changes which would see online streaming services potentially pay larger fees to musicians.
Buskers and performers have joined forces to protest against tech giant “parasites” in a fight for better remuneration.
Musicians, MPs and music industry leaders are set to gather in London to urge MEPs to back a copyright change.
British YouTube star KSI has said he would like a rematch against fellow YouTuber Logan Paul in May next year.
South Korean boyband BTS are on track to land a single in the UK Top 40 for the first time.
YouTube has added a digital wellbeing feature which reveals exactly how much time you have spent watching videos.
K-pop boyband BTS have broken Taylor Swift’s record for the biggest music video debut on YouTube.
Facial plastic surgery videos on YouTube are a source of misinformation and many of them are misleading marketing campaigns posted by non-qualified medical professionals, according to new research.