COVID-19 Vaccine: We All Have a ReasonHear one woman’s story about why she’s getting the COVID-19 vaccine and why she feels it’s so important, especially for those disproportionately affected by the virus. It starts with one conversation and one question: What’s your reason for taking the vaccine?
The COVID-19 vaccines are here and becoming available to more people every day. They’re the key to bringing an end to this deadly pandemic. And while health authorities have determined that the vaccines are safe and effective, vaccine concerns and hesitancy still remain high. This series of videos features real conversations with real people about their reasons – big and small – for getting the COVID-19 vaccine, and how it will help us all get back to the things we love. This series is for informational purposes only. Consult your local medical authority for advice. Created in partnership with the Vaccine Confidence Project at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine. For more information, go to https://www.vaccineconfidence.org.
#CreateBlackHistory: Creators Surprise Their FansWe wanted to end Black History Month with a bang, so... we worked with creators to surprise their ~real fans~ and have a conversation about how they are using their platforms everyday to #CreateBlackHistory. Featuring:
Chaz Smith - https://yt.be/ChazSmith
The Grapevine - https://yt.be/TheGrapevine
KevOnStage - https://yt.be/KevOnStage
Alyssa Forever - https://yt.be/AlyssaForever
Celebrating Black Creativity with Guest Artist Shanée BenjaminBrooklyn-based illustrator Shanée Benjamin shares how she is inspired by Black joy and unity. Her artwork is featured on the YouTube homepage to celebrate Black creativity through the lens of motion, choreography, and dance.
Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/shaneebenjamin/
Website – http://www.shaneebenjamin.com
Celebrating Black Creativity with Guest Artist Marco CheathamMarco Cheatham, a St. Louis-based designer and illustrator, explains the vision behind his illustration showcasing Black creativity in the arts. His artwork appears on YouTube’s homepage to celebrate the Black creators who inspire us with their drawings, poetry, and other artistic endeavors.
Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/marco.cheats
Website – https://www.marcocheatham.com
#LoveNotes: To Dude PerfectThis Valentine's Day we're celebrating the unique bond between fans and creators with #LoveNotes. Here's Sideserf Cake Studio bringing to life one sweet comment for Dude Perfect.
Check out the rest in the #LoveNotes playlist or post some appreciation for your favorite creator on social with #LoveNotes.
#LoveNotes: Return To Sender (ft. 2HYPE, Brittany Broski, ElleOfTheMills, Luhhsetty & MacDoesIt)All year, you send them love. Today, they’re sending it back! We asked creators to read and react to some of their best fan comments. Starring:
2HYPE - https://yt.be/2HYPE
Brittany Broski - https://yt.be/BrittanyBroski
ElleOftheMills - https://yt.be/ElleOfTheMills
Luhhsetty - https://yt.be/Luhhsetty
MacDoesIt - https://yt.be/MacDoesIt
Treat your favorite creator to a little love on Valentine's Day. Post #LoveNotes on social and let them know how much you appreciate them.
Celebrating Black Creativity with Guest Artist Keisha OkaforKeisha Okafor, North Carolina-based artist and designer, introduces her artwork and a playlist highlighting Black creativity in STEM. Her artwork is appearing on YouTube’s homepage to celebrate the joy of teaching math and science to young women.
Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/keishaoak/
Twitter – https://twitter.com/KeishaOak
Website – http://www.keishaokafor.com/
Celebrating Black Creativity with Guest Artist Leandro AssisAs part of Black History Month, YouTube is celebrating Black creativity by raising Black voices and culture on our platform. YouTube commissioned artwork from Black artist Leandro Assis featured on our homepage in the U.S.
Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/lebassis/
Website – http://lebassis.com/
#YouTubeBlack Voices | Introducing the Creator Class of 2021Today, we are shining a spotlight on the #YouTubeBlack Voices Class of 2021. This incredible group includes comedians, beauty entrepreneurs, activists, personal trainers, gamers, and parents. These creators are the first class to receive grants from the #YouTubeBlack Voices Fund, a multi-year initiative dedicated to uplifting and growing Black creators on our platform, and we are honored that they have chosen to partner with us.
Discover, watch, and subscribe:
@Soldier Knows Best
@The Edwards Family
@Ahsante the Artist
@Jamilla & Que
@The Glam Twinz
@Evelyn From The Internets
@King of Reads
Don’t Be A Holiday Super SpreaderListen up: the holidays are here and we want to celebrate with all of our family and friends. That move is not in the playbook this year! We need to do the right thing a little bit longer to slow the spread of COVID-19. So be a team player, and do your part to help keep the holidays safe.
For more information, visit: https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019/advice-for-public
Getting through 2020 | Ask How #WithMeWhen 2020 left us all with questions, millions of you came to YouTube to ask, “How?” How to stay safe. How to work from home. How to learn new things, love new things, and grieve for the things we’d lost. And by doing that—by getting creative—we were all able to find the answers we needed. So, to everyone who asked, “How?” in 2020—and to everyone who answered—thank you.
Penning Silly Thoughts
Curiosidades con Mike
-PIKOTARO OFFICIAL CHANNEL-公式ピコ太郎歌唱ビデオチャンネル
Sakra World Hospital
BUSINESS CHIC MAMA
Beleaf In Fatherhood
Erin and Mika
This Farm Wife - Meredith Bernard
The Try Guys
Juggling the Jenkins
Dad and Bloated
How to Do Stuff -with Bill Towe
WT Farm Girl Videos
The CAN Family
unLEARN with Dineo
Crushing Their 80’s - Nanny and the Moose
달콜부부 Dalkol Couple
Japanese man Santi’s Radio
Josh and Sanah
I Am Not Afraid" performed by G Flip
2020 is YouTube Gaming's biggest year, ever: 100B watch time hoursYouTube Gaming has its biggest year, ever, in 2020 with 100B watch time hours and 40M+ active gaming channels. Here, we break down the moments that defined gaming on YouTube this year. We're living turbulent times. Despite the ups and downs from 2020, many have turned to gaming on YouTube as a way to find connection, entertainment, and to share moments with friends and loved ones during these trying times. Through it all, we’ve connected even more deeply with gaming creators — some even had their biggest year ever on YouTube in 2020. As the year comes to an end, we’re reflecting on the moments, creators and trends that defined gaming on YouTube in 2020.