YouTube user KiddJahmann uploaded this video of a bunch of guys that went on a combo of sky-diving, base jumping, and wing suit flying. Check out the free-fall adventures in the video below:
If you want to add a logo to your YouTube video, you used to be required to use a video editing software before uploading the content to the video website. YouTube recently created a new feature called InVideo Programming that lets you add any custom image to all of your YouTube videos with a without having to edit the original video.
Google has announced that they are bringing original programming to France, Germany, and the United Kingdom. Google invested $100 million in the first set of 100 original channels as of last October. They have seen a lot of success because the top 25 channels average over one million views per week.
The Woodstock Sanctuary has uploaded this viral video last month of a bunch of neglected ducks getting their first swim. For the first time in their lives, two dozen recently rescued ducks got their first taste of life in a pond. The ducks were so scared of the water at first, but eventually they got used to their natural habitat. These ducks were rescued from a hoarder that had them in pens without adequate access to water or nutrition. This video has hit over 500,000 views. Check it out below:
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TheThirdPew has uploaded this viral video of a mash-up with YouTube stars singing “Call Me Maybe” by Carly Rae Jepsen. These videos star people like Overly Attached Girlfriend, Nyan Cat, Freddie Wong, Tay Zonday, etc. Check out the video below:
The inmates at the Cebu Provincia Detention and Rehabilitation Center in the Philippines is known for their dance performances that go viral. Their Michael Jackson “Thriller” performance hit around 50 million views. Now they have gone “Gangnam Style” and this video has hit 1.1 million views in 3 days. Check out the video below:
YouTube user raonvids has uploaded this “Gangnam Style” acoustic cover. This video has hit 950,000+ views since being uploaded on September 28. The original “Gangnam Style” video has hit almost 350 million views since being uploaded in July. Check out the acoustic cover below:
YouTube will be live streaming the 2012 Presidential and Vice Presidential debates for the first time ever starting with the first debate on Wednesday. YouTube is partnering with ABC News on this initiative. YouTube users will be able to watch all four debates between President Barack Obama and Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney.