Posted 16 Mar 2017 @ 11:36am

The emergence of the alt-right has resurrected an age-old question: why does all great art come from the left? Maybe it's because the right can only borrow and steal from genuine culture, writes JOSEPH EARP.


“It has become a popular mantra of progressives to claim that conservatives are unable to contribute in any meaningful way to art or entertainment in America. The sole...

Posted 1 Mar 2017 @ 9:39am

At last, the world's biggest video site is set to support live streaming of TV channels, with YouTube TV set to launch in 2017.


Speculation about a YouTube television streaming service has been rife in the tech industry for some time, and a YouTube blog announcement overnight...

Posted 3 Aug 2015 @ 6:38pm

To the delight of internet kids and selfie-poles alike, a group of on-screen viral heroes will take human form at the 2015 YouTube Fanfest.


After the knock-out success of it's 2014 inauguration, this second instalment will bring together internet sensations from around the world and plonk them together on a huge stage to the delight of thousands of selfie-...

Posted 29 Jul 2014 @ 12:11pm

The impossibly good-looking, immeasurably chilled Doyle Perez (AKA D At Sea) first gained a following after performing acoustic covers of his favourite hardcore tracks on YouTube. Since then, Perez has expanded both his musical taste and his skills before the eyes and ears of a burgeoning fan base. 


For those who have followed his career, D At Sea’s latest EP, ...

Posted 2 May 2014 @ 2:53pm

YouTube FanFest is coming to Sydney for one exclusive show only. The live event will unite rising and established YouTube stars with their Aussie fans. 


FanFest has already taken Singapore and Mumbai by storm, with thousands of subcribers turning up to see their online idols in the flesh. Now it’s Sydney’s turn. The all-star YouTube lineup will include Jenna Marbles, Ryan Higa...

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