Results for: youtube star Search Results
Family Filter:
bo burnham boburnham how to be youtube star funny stupid cat cats woot cd twilight tyler perry ben conner puglover87 wears duck suit jonas brothers mayonnaise bo woot cd twilight tyler perry
13 Mar 2009
Share Video

This cute YouTube star named Audrey, with a rare bone marrow syndrome called Diamond Blackfan Anemia (DBA), doing lovely fashion show.
29 Mar 2017
Share Video

wow! Now you're gonna be an Youtube star!! Most impressive thing of MX20 is Youtube and MP3 connectivity!!
7 Oct 2008
Share Video

Jill Hanner is one of the stars of Ester Brym's runaway hit film Butterflies about the Youtube Personalities that make Youtube great. Check her out, more at www.aoffest****
21 Apr 2010
Share Video

Affectionately known as iJustine to YouTube viewers, Justine Ezarik is an original Intel Insider. Here she shares why she enjoys producing videos for YouTube and shows how she teamed up with Intel to do a series of funny, informative videos about Mobile Manners. Distributed by Tubemogul.
15 Jan 2011
Share Video

film ed altro
Apple has announced iBooks 2 and iBooks author, new tools they expect to be a disruption in the educational schoolbook system.
20 Jan 2012
Share Video

insidethemagicVisit *******www.InsideTheMagic**** for more about Disney Side! As part of the Disney Side promotion, Disneyland invited YouTube and other social media stars to the park to perform, meet guests, and gather in front of Sleeping Beauty castle to take selfies together, including Mickey Mouse and other characters. Video by Carmelle Marshall.
7 Nov 2013
Share Video

Here are top 8 youtube stars those are earning millions from youtube.
19 Jul 2017
Share Video

*******www.FruitsWeightLoss**** ....Get a Free Trial !! Acai Berry and Colon Cleanse Weight Loss Diet *******FruitsWeightLoss**** The Trial offer is for limited time only & can end any time !!
26 May 2009
Share Video

Seven year old David became a star overnight or should we say over a home video. This kid was high and earned over $100,000 for his video.
29 Apr 2010
Share Video

Ten-year-old singer Jackie Evancho wows on NBC’s “America’s Got Talent”, and already has more than 4 million views on YouTube.
3 Sep 2010
Share Video

BY TRACY PFEIFFER Anchor: Ana Compain-Romero You're watching multisource entertainment news analysis from Newsy It went from a respectable 10,000 YouTube views to more than 2 million hits in just one day -- and the Web can’t get enough of this viral video from teen songstress Rebecca Black. REBECCA BLACK, VOCALIST: “We’re drivin’ on the highway, cruisin’ so fast, I want time to fly. Fun, fun, think about fun, you know what it is. I got this, you got this. My friend is by my right, ‘ay.” And faster than you can say, “Internet famous,” the blogosphere blew up with reactions... From criticism -- DListed asks... “Ever wanted to know what it would it sound like if a 5-year-old Ke$ha performed a song about the calendar on a water-damaged Casio keyboard after snorting glitter glue and swallowing a vibrating ball?” covers... ALEXANDER CARPENTER, VOCALIST: “7 a.m. wakin’ up in the morning, gotta be fresh, gotta go downstairs. Gotta have my bowl, gotta have cereal. Seein’ everything, that time is going." (YouTube/ AlexanderCarpenter) But amidst the disbelief and criticism, a writer for BlackBook Magazine stops to wonder, “What’s really going on here?” “Normally, you’d think it’s just a misguided video by a teenage girl and her friends. Thing is, it seems much too expensive for Rebecca to have made by herself—there’s at least a little production value to it. So it begs the question of Rebecca Black’s provenance. Is she real?” Officially-validated information about Black and her music is scarce, but Guyism**** reports the most commonly circulated answer: a company called the Ark Music Factory. “[The] business model involves producing songs for wealthy Southern California parents who think their child can be the next great pop star.” A flabbergasted writer for TIME says, despite the universally negative reviews of Black’s song and video, perhaps she’s better suited for another entertainment genre. “It's not apparent if ‘Friday’ was intended to be a parody of a pop song or not, but it would definitely be in Rebecca and Ark Music Factory's best interest to make like it was all along. … Sure, Rebecca Black won't be the next Miley Cyrus ... but she could have a future in comedy.” Finally, Salon’s Mary Elizabeth Williams takes a more serious angle, using Black as an example of a fame-obsessed culture. “...watching the parade of shiny, glittered up, aggressively smiling kids at Ark's launch party video from last month, it's hard to see anything but desperation for attention... And the only thing more horrifying than [Rebecca’s] terrible ’Friday’ is the sad, easily exploited longing for fame she represents.” Currently, Rebecca Black has no official website, but the Ark Music Factory website has her listed as an official artist. 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in your news feed Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by newsy
19 Mar 2011
Share Video