Every month, YouTubers watch 6 billion hours of video. That's how long Homo sapiens have existed -- times three. Venkat Panchapakesan is the person figuring out how to deliver it all.
A Nike ad featuring soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo and a bend test of Apple's iPhone 6 Plus also rank among the top trending videos of 2014.
Just in time for the Super Bowl, the league launches a YouTube channel and unveils a new partnership with YouTube's parent Google.
Ten percent of US households with a broadband connection purchased a streaming-media device in the first nine months of this year, already matching last year's tally.
While not for everyone, the WD TV's adroit playback of video and music files makes it the perfect living room box for people with large digital media collections.
Google's popular video site rolls out its long-teased contender in the paid streaming-music business. Called Music Key, it may have the best chance yet to popularize music subscriptions.
Susan Wojcicki dodges a question about YouTube's expected music subscription product, saying at the Recode mobile conference that her company is "working on it."
Sony Pictures gets the controversial film online a day before it hits some theaters. Eager viewers can rent the film for $6 or buy it for $15.
Google's massive video site refreshes its app for Apple TV -- one of the most popular boxes to connect your television to online clips -- making it easier to search and watch.
The companies are reportedly attempting to court some of YouTube's hottest video stars as they seek content for their own services.