is a video-sharing website where users can upload videos. It is currently (7/2012) the largest such site, and was founded in 2005 by  Chad Hurley, Steve Chen, and Jawed Karim, who all worked at PayPal before. While it mainly featured movies from regular folks (and some illegal user uploads) at the beginning, but eventually YouTube grabbed enough market share to attract higher quality content over the years. Now, there is something for everyone, and YouTube continues to push for high-quality content, while keeping the support from amateur video-makers. The company was acquired by Google in 2006 for $1.6B.

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YouTube Testing Timed Reactions With Emojis
YouTube Takes Netflix On With Free TV Shows And Movies
Ad-Blocking YouTube Vanced App Will Be Shutting Down
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YouTube Might Considering Breaking Sharing On Borderline Videos
YouTube Will Be The Next Tech Company To Explore NFTs
YouTube Calls It Quits On YouTube Originals
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YouTube TV Will Lose Disney Content This Friday, But Will Also Be Cheaper
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Safari Extension Brings YouTube Picture-In-Picture To All Users
YouTuber Recreates Netflix’s Squid Game With $450,000 Cash Prize
YouTube Will Now Hide Dislike Counts For All Videos
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Free YouTube Music Tier Will Soon Be An Audio-Only Experience