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  1. YouTube Star Caleb Logan Bratayley Dies Unexpectedly at 13

    10:49 am 10/5/2015

    The teenager was part of the Bratayley family, which posts home videos on YouTube, with the Bratayleys' page amassing more than a billion views.Read more

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  2. Sony Launches 4K YouTube Channel

    11:23 am 9/29/2015

    The channel will offer tutorials, testimonials and a curated playlist of user-created videos for owners and users of Sony 4K cameras.Read more

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  3. YouTube Network Fullscreen Launches in Canada

    12:25 pm 9/23/2015

    The media company, led by George Strompolos, has pacted with the CBC to develop and produce digital content using local creators. Read more

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  4. PewDiePie, 'The Tonight Show' Among Early Streamy Awards Winners

    8:00 pm 9/14/2015

    In total, 35 awards were handed out at the official nominee reception held three days before the Streamy Awards' live broadcast. Read more

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  5. YouTube to Open Paris Studio

    3:19 am 9/8/2015

    The Google subsidiary will get its first production location in France to rival DailyMotion's Paris studio.Read more

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  6. YouTube Targets Amazon's Twitch With Gaming Launch

    3:54 pm 8/25/2015

    YouTube Gaming launches Aug. 26 with video game related videos and live streaming. Read more

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  7. How James Corden Built a YouTube-Centric 'Late Late Show'

    5:00 am 8/21/2015

    Tyler Oakley, Jenna Marbles and a host of online stars stop by the Aug. 21 episode shot on location at YouTube Space LA. Read more

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  8. YouTube, Snapchat Star Casey Neistat Signs With WME (Exclusive)

    11:38 am 8/18/2015

    Neistat is the co-founder of a startup called Beme, which created an app for sharing un-edited videos with friends. Read more

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  9. U.K.-Produced Music Videos Get Movie-Style Age Ratings Online

    1:53 am 8/18/2015

    YouTube, Vevo, Universal, Sony and Warner Music will all participate in the system, admistered by the British Board of Film Classification and backed by the government.Read more

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