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  2. YouTube - Wikipedia

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    YouTube is an American online video sharing platform owned by Google. Accessible worldwide, [note 1] YouTube launched on February 14, 2005, by Steve Chen, Chad Hurley, and Jawed Karim, three former employees of PayPal. Headquartered in San Bruno, California, United States, it is the second most visited website in the world, after Google Search.

  3. History of YouTube - Wikipedia

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    YouTube allows users to upload videos, view them, rate them with likes and dislikes, share them, add videos to playlists, report, make comments on videos, and subscribe to other users. The slogan "Broadcast Yourself" used for several years and the reference to user profiles as "Channels" signifies the premise upon which the platform is based, of allowing anyone to operate a personal ...

  4. List of most-viewed YouTube videos - Wikipedia

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    YouTube is an American video-sharing website headquartered in San Bruno, California. The site indicates view counts of each uploaded video, making it possible to keep track of the most viewed, many of which continue to exist while others are no longer available on the site. Although the most-viewed were initially viral videos uploaded by amateur content creators, such as " Evolution of Dance ...

  5. YouTube (YouTube channel) - Wikipedia

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    Last updated: March 23, 2024. YouTube (formerly YouTube Spotlight) is the official YouTube channel for the American video-sharing platform YouTube, spotlighting videos and events on the platform. Events shown on the channel include YouTube Comedy Week and the YouTube Music Awards.

  6. YouTube Music - Wikipedia

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    YouTube Music is a music streaming service developed by the American video platform YouTube, a subsidiary of Google. The service is designed with a user interface that allows users to explore songs and music videos on YouTube based on genres, playlists, and recommendations. In April 2023, the service expanded its offerings to include support ...

  7. List of most-liked YouTube videos - Wikipedia

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    List of most-liked YouTube videos. "Despacito" by Luis Fonsi (left) featuring Daddy Yankee (right) has been the most liked video on YouTube since July 2017, with over 52 million likes as of January 2024. This list of most-liked YouTube videos contains the top 30 videos with the most likes of all time, taken directly from the video page.

  8. youtube-dl - Wikipedia

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    youtube-dl is a free and open source software tool for downloading video and audio from YouTube [2] and over 1,000 other video hosting websites. [3] It is released under the Unlicense software license. [4] As of September 2021, youtube-dl is one of the most starred projects on GitHub, with over 100,000 stars. [5]

  9. List of most-subscribed YouTube channels - Wikipedia

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    List of most-subscribed YouTube channels. Indian record label T-Series is the most-subscribed channel, with over 266 million subscribers as of May 2024. American YouTube personality MrBeast is the most-subscribed individual and second most-subscribed channel overall, with 261 million subscribers as of May 2024. A subscriber to a channel on the ...

  10. Comparison of YouTube downloaders - Wikipedia

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    Comparison of YouTube downloaders. This is a comparison of notable YouTube download and conversion software. YouTube conversion software is used to download and convert YouTube videos to popular formats or portable devices.

  11. YouTube Premium - Wikipedia

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    YouTube announced the rebranding of the service as YouTube Premium on May 17, 2018, alongside the return of a separate, YouTube Music subscription service. [11] [12] Later in the year, it was reported that YouTube was planning to make some of the original content associated with the service available on an ad-supported basis.