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Ryan Trahan
I don't understand how I'm allowed to have a job at McDonald's or something while being a student-athlete. But I can't have a company that I'm passionate about, that I've been working on for over a year now and keep my identity. Like, how is that right in any way?feedback
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Sep 21 2017
Rose Ellen Dix, Tyler Oakley, Chantel Jeffries and Rosie Spaughton, are the people who have been quoted the greatest number of times about Youtube. You can find them on this page and an additional total of 357 people who have something to say about this topic. All the 577 quotes on this page are sorted by date and by name. You can also have access to the articles to get the context of the quotes. The most recent quote from Rose Ellen Dix is: “We had such a good time we thought, Well, why not make it bigger? We like being on stage, we love the adrenaline. It's fun. I always assume you're joking. No, I'm not joking. I genuinely want to do it.”.
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Curtis Melvin

North Korea propaganda is bad by western standards. It's not going to convince anybody that this is a decent, moral or legitimate government. What they are doing is providing us information about their government from the inside that we can't get from other

Shea Cotton

The 'services' part is what probably has YouTube

Curtis Melvin

Every single North Korea researcher I know has seven years of bookmarks in those YouTube channels that are now totally

Chris Crocker

I'm just a real bitch in a fake-ass world. YouTube was where I could play a character and be able to tell it like it is. Everything you did was to make people laugh. I never planned on being my authentic

Martin Sorrell

They are not tech companies or engineering companies. Google and Facebook are media companies. They have responsibility for the editorial that flows through their pipes. And I think they are slowly coming to the understanding that is the

Mark Meechan

My girlfriend is always ranting and raving about how cute and adorable her wee dog is, and so I thought I would turn him into the least cute thing that I could think of, which is a

Ephraim Borowski

The threat is against the Jewish community and there is an echo chamber effect with people trying to be more offensive. 160 pages of messages about this were collected by us in a day, they supported it and it was extremely anti-Semitic. I did not find anything about the video

Mark Meechan

In many ways, the bit I found most offensive was the repetition of 'gas the Jews' rather than the dog itself. The other thing that struck me was the explicit statement that this was intended to give offence and intended to be the most offensive thing he could think of and then he says he isn't a racist but unfortunately we hear that all the time from

Mark Meechan

Material of this kind goes to normalise the anti-Semitic views that frankly we thought we had seen the last of. The Holocaust is not a subject for jocular

Mark Meechan

I'm no historian, but it is the marching signal of the Nazi storm troopers who contributed and supported the murder of six million Jews including members of my own family and I take this all slightly

Ephraim Borowski

Repeating over and over and over again in a positive and enthusiastic tone of voice to 'gas the Jews' is what this trial is all about, an offensive video and whether it is offensive or

Stephen Tully

We're in a new era with social media. They have to learn the things that are appropriate and not appropriate, particularly with

Emanuel Maiberg - Motherboard

I've played video games my entire life and I've definitely done and seen people do dumb things 'in the heat of the moment'. But I've never seen a friend hurl a racist slur at another player just because they were angry. Hearing people yell the n-word over voice chat is easily one of the worst things about video games and internet culture in general, and this is the type of behaviour Kjellberg participated in and promoted to his 57 million subscribers on

Eileen Myles

It's a representation of the story, it's not the story. But the other part that's so amazing is that I'm also living in my archive. Every day, some new piece of my work gets found by somebody, and they make a copy, and they put it up on Twitter or YouTube. So, if somebody's just read one of my books and decided I'm interesting, suddenly all of my career is available to them. Now, at the age of 67, I could not write another word again, and just have a shit-ton of work from 40 years that would keep anybody

Sean Vanaman

I am sick of this child getting more and more chances to make money off of what we make. I'd urge other developers and will be reaching out to folks much larger than us to cut him off from the content that has made him a

Lonzo Ball

See my lil brother, he just doing him/ You can check the 'gram, he got a million fans/ Got his brothers, he don't need no friends/ He swagged out, he a walking gem/ The boy's blessed, yeah he's

Rosanna Pansino

I don't know if this is corny. but I do cookie decorating parties and I do cake pop decorating

Robert Kyncl - YouTube

I don't think we are trying to copy Netflix: We are who we are. We are really comfortable with our identity as the open platform, and our subscription service is about offering more choice, more content for the users and more high-value users for our creators. But we are anchoring off the people who have become huge on YouTube, the 'streampunks' we describe in the book, and they produce higher level programming with us, with our money and

Lindsey Stirling

I saw my relationships deteriorating with my sister Brooke. I'd become miserable and self-absorbed about my body. That's when it hit me that I had a problem. I believe anyone can find happiness. It just takes a lot of work. Getting to write this book with my sister was amazing. She's an incredible writer and getting to do this with her … we were so sad when it was over. My favorite thing about the success I've found is that I get to share it with my family and the ones that I

Lindsey Stirling

Once I admitted that to myself, I was able to start the process of

Chris Pratt

I actually lost weight by eating more food, but eating the right food, eating healthy foods and so when I was done with the movie my body hadn't been in starvation mode. It wasn't like I was triggered to just gorge myself and get really fat

Peter Barron

Unfortunately a technical error crept in and for a short period this morning an international doodle also appeared. We're sorry for the mistake, and we're proud to honour those who took part in

Eduard Anatolyevich Khil

I'm very pleased, but I wasn't surprised because it is really a beautiful tune. I tried to make it cheerful. It's such a radiant song. Even though it was composed in 1966, it doesn't sound

Jake Paul

We were running them around on Sea-Doos to people's houses and helping them respond to calls that they were getting about accidents in the water. We'd take people to go get medicine from their houses or reuniting them with their

Jake Paul

I asked for water and diapers and other things I was hearing people needed at the shelters. We brought two U-Haul trucks with us and we were able to fill both those trucks. It was something like 33,000 lbs. of supplies. We dropped that off at the San Antonio Food Bank so that the people who are being sheltered there from Houston had what they needed. Friday we went and helped demo a home that had been destroyed by the water. People think that just because the water has gone down that the crisis is over, but in reality it's just

Jake Paul

There has been such a great response. I didn't know how to get involved but I found a way. And now I want to give other people a way to do the same. The biggest thing is get involved in any way possible. If that's coming in person to help with clean-up, amazing. If that's organizing a fundraiser, great. If that's donating what you can, just as good. There's still so much work to be

Stephen Cooper - Warner Music Group

In 2016, the recorded music industry was only half as big as it was in the year 2000. [But] there remains an enormous amount of untapped potential for subscription streaming to achieve global

Mark Mulligan

We are seeing a subtle but significant shift where a smaller number of people are using their own playlists and a larger number are using those that have already been curated. It means people are being led, and that [digital services] may not be as much of a discovery mechanism as we thought. Worst case, it could lead to a homogenisation of musical

Max Lousada - Warner Music UK

Visual content is way more than the traditional music video and behind-the-scenes interviews. It's a platform for artists to show more of who they are and tell their story in a different

Mark Mulligan

If you are a young pop artist streaming is at the centre of everything you do – it is not everything you do, but it is at the centre. It is the place to get discovered, drive ticket sales, [it] helps get on the radio and digital playlists, and it is becoming increasingly important as a source of

Max Lousada - Warner Music UK

The twin forces of streaming and social media have dramatically altered the rhythm of what we do. We're able to generate these huge moments and start real-time dialogue with fans that creates unprecedented, instant amplification all over the

Charles Caldas

Unlike the old model of a record store and radio playtime, where it is very difficult for smaller artists to get a look in, digital services are close to a flat, open marketplace where you can succeed on merit. You have always had your pop mainstream – the Taylor Swifts, Adeles, Beatles, Sinatra, Britney Spears – but what is really interesting is what is happening with the rest of the

Alyson Stoner

I was a pack mule growing up. Living in that little box? Being part of that little machine? It takes a huge toll on you. I'm done waiting, hoping that the politics are going to change. I want to be able to show you who I am, not giving a damn about whether it matches what you wanted me to be [while] building a true community of people where we can talk about s– that matters. In my generation we sort of let the art speak for itself. We don't disclose our personal private lives. But I'm embracing it. I see a lot of really great potential from having this kind of

Alyson Stoner

I have some really cool bucket list projects and dreams that are coming true right now… [I'm] finally tapping into a life that I want to

Elijah Daniel - YouTube

I was looking for a town willing to make me mayor. They'll do it in Hell for $100, so I caught a redeye to Michigan and got sworn in. I am establishing new vetting measures to keep radical heterosexuals out of our town. We want to ensure that we are not admitting into our town the very heterosexual threats we are fighting against. The straights coming into our town procreating, having more straight children to take our rightfully gay jobs. We only want to admit those into our town who will support our town and love deeply our

Gian Fulgoni - comScore

You're going to have to make your case literally in a matter of seconds and make sure you grab somebody's

Matthew Landeman

In the U.K. technically we have been able to buy five-second TV spots for a long time, (but) very few advertisers choose to do so as they cost 35 percent of a 30-second (ad) and unless they are part of a series they can be hard to make work on the standard TV

Matthew Landeman

Innovation in the U.K. is largely focused on how we use TV in new ways in relation to data, technology and across multiple platforms, genuinely leveraging the power of TV content along the way. While more flexibility in display formats would always be a good thing, it's not broadly the thing our clients are most hungry

Brian Chapel

We have concerns about some of the 'big players' who generate a great deal of affiliate income. Of course these organisations provide some great information for punters, but surely there is a conflict of interest when they promote themselves as the best source of information for punters yet earns a commission based on punter

Peter Ling

This incentivises such tipsters to only put up losers, yet no self-respecting punter would knowingly follow the advice of a losing tipster. It has created a situation where losing tipsters are masquerading as being successful by using a variety of tactics, be it through social media where they create new accounts and delete posts to fit a narrative, or simpler things, such as quoting odds that don't

Sarah Harrison

Her "grave concerns about terms which appear to bamboozle rather than help customers make informed

Dan Rose - Facebook

We think our unique opportunity is around community and engaging with people on topics they love to talk

Elijah Daniel - YouTube

I currently feel as if it would just be safer to ban all heterosexuality until we can access the situation further and build a strategy to resolve our

Elijah Daniel - YouTube

Being impeached was fun @realDonaldTrump, you should try it. It's a great place to visit. Donald Trump should go to Hell

Elijah Daniel - YouTube

Any heterosexuals currently residing in Hell will instead be charged an $84,000 reproductive precautionary deposit, which will be returned after one year of abstinence from any heterosexual

Kyle Edmund

My head was down when he hit it. I thought he hit it against the boards at the side where our team was. And I thought the umpire [who had his head in his hands] was going, Oh no, what's he done?' Then I realised it actually hit him. All of my matches have got something like 5,000 or 10,000 hits on YouTube, but it's 200,000 just from that

Madison Beer

I think there should be consequences for social media companies if someone dies. If someone is cyber bullied until they kill themselves, [the companies] shouldn't be able to get away with the part they play. Social media is awesome, but sites have to advocate for being responsible for the people who die. They never talk about it, but they're the reason a lot of young people don't have

Madison Beer

We are definitely crushing on each other. But we're both very busy … He's great, he's a cutie, he's one of my best friends … We hang out almost every day. People don't get that there's a lot of stuff that goes on behind closed doors that they don't know about. But we're totally fine

Christopher Bettig - YouTube

We have the word tube in a tube, . This is weird. No one know what this

Christopher Bettig - YouTube

The old logo has a typeface from 1903, alternate gothic number two, and it's been manually tweaked, so there are weird design nerd things that are off. The U in Tube is not the same as the U in You, so if you take them and overlay they don't exactly line

Christopher Bettig - YouTube

Looking at reds, we wanted to go for something that would tie to

Christopher Bettig - YouTube

Then as soon as we dropped it in product it was like, oh yeah, that's not going to work. It's pure

Christopher Bettig - YouTube

As we diverge from the main product, how do we grow but clearly communicate, even to casual users browsing the app store, hey, this is a Youtube

Christopher Bettig - YouTube

We felt, because of all that growth, we were missing the mark. We wanted to make something more unified and cohesive, something that really reads as YouTube. We were hoping to build a visual language that would make it easy for folks to recognize

Manuel Bronstein - YouTube

We started with a website and SD video. We're in a world where people are watching HD video on mobile devices, and streaming on tablets and TVs. We have to be able to adapt the experience to best suit the device and context in which people are consuming

Manuel Bronstein - YouTube

We're trying to create a common language across all our apps, to use design to give them an element of consistency. We are always striving to make it feel more

Manuel Bronstein - YouTube

We had no clue about this until we ran the feature at scale and all we heard were some complaints, but no positive feedback. When we turned off the experiment to tune some things, we were buried under an avalanche of feedback demanding that the feature be turned back on. That's when we knew we had something

Manuel Bronstein - YouTube

One of the things we all collectively hated was the black bars. A small picture and black

Robert Thompson

We're a high density site, so that makes Material a great base to build

Luis Fonsi

This is a historic day for Latin music! I'm incredibly thankful for all of my fans and their amazing support. Feeling very blessed right

Daphne Keller

Historically, the place you went to exercise your speech rights was the public square. Now the equivalent is Twitter and YouTube and Facebook. In a practical matter, how much you can speak is not in the hands of the constitution but in the hands of these private

Mostyn Goodwin

Viewers are facing a complex web of different routes to access TV content, leading to an unsustainable level of confusion and inconvenience. This environment is giving rise to the need for a super-aggregator service that provides a universal access point to

Mostyn Goodwin

It is about the balance of power. At first there may not be much of a charge [to appear on an aggregator platform], commercial negotiations are easy as the digital players want to grow their businesses. Over time, as they grow scale, the nature of the deals can change. What choices the broadcasters make now will define what scale of 'problem' they will

Mostyn Goodwin

This is not theoretical, in other industries we have seen how powerful these aggregators can

Christopher Cantwell

I can't even watch the Vice video on YouTube because it's age-restricted and I can't log

Chris Woods

When the conflict in Syria started, independent media broke down and Syrians themselves have taken to YouTube to post news of the conflict. What's disappearing in front of our eyes is the history of this terrible war. Out of nowhere we received emails in quick succession that said that individual archived videos had been deemed to breach terms and conditions. We were issued a formal warning and told if we had two more strikes our channel would be taken

Chris Woods

From a warning to a channel being shut down happens in a short

Chantel Jeffries

If it started off as a B, I would have been fine with that, but the fact that it went from a D to a B, I wasn't used to it. It was also giving me a look that I didn't like, and I just wanted to look like myself

Chantel Jeffries

That's a pretty big difference, especially when you're 5 ft., 6 in. like me. There's nothing wrong with a size B – I think it's great, even for my body type. But when you go from a D to a B and you're losing that volume and weight, it does affect your breasts negatively – it makes them more deflated-looking, saggy and it can give you stretch marks, so it just was not the best

Chantel Jeffries

I know this is YouTube, so I'm not going to show you guys my boobs or anything. But maybe there'll be a topless paparazzi picture of me on the beach!feedback

Chantel Jeffries

I definitely probably would have still done it. I just would have gone very, very small, low-profile, and natural. Then I wouldn't have had to get a

Chantel Jeffries

If you're considering breast implants, or taking them out and getting a lift, I hope that this video helps you. Getting it done the first time hurts a lot, but the lift doesn't hurt hardly as

Chantel Jeffries

I'm really happy that I did it. I feel like myself again – not everyone is staring at my tits all the time. They still probably will, but honestly, whatever. I just feel much more natural and back to my old self, which is

Chantel Jeffries

Most of the time, the doctors will tell you [to] go bigger than you want. I don't agree with that. I also think that doctors generalize people and don't realize that people are different sizes. A D on me is maybe like a big B, a small C on someone else. I'm a very small person. My ribcage is 29 in., that means my bra size [after my boob job and] before I got this reduction was a

Vance Crowe - Monsanto Company

The agricultural tribe is really heavily on Twitter, they are sitting in combines and planters and listening to podcasts. Sceptics spend a lot of time on sites like Reddit and have their own YouTube

Keith Hiatt - Benetech

The I.I.I.M. will need to draw on social media and open source information when it's building cases that it will pass to prosecutorial teams. Things just got a lot harder now the videos that were on YouTube are no longer

Keith Hiatt - Benetech

There are probably 200 or so civil-society organizations working on Syria alone. Some have risked their lives, others have given their lives to document the atrocities and document human rights

Laura Germine

With neuroscience in particular, there are so many implications for decisions we make about education and our health. Being able to understand basic things about how the mind works is important for both good decisions and for inoculating yourself against the snake oil that's out

Carson Lueders

Like a lot of kids and teens my age, I am inspired by my favorite role models in sports and the music industry. If they are wearing it, I want to wear

John Landgraf

It's like getting shot in the face with money every day. And I have no idea how much capital Apple is going to deploy, how many shows they're going to

Robert Kyncl - YouTube

Why not fulfill this demand? It makes absolute sense. It's in the service of our

Robert Kyncl - YouTube

If you ask the creative community if we're going to be competitive, the answer is

Ebony Merritt

She's great, she's in good spirits and she would like to thank the world for all the love. God is good all the time baby girl just left out the hospital she's doing great. I want to thank everyone that reached out everyone for their prayers and concerns flowers balloons cars and donations the love have been

Jeff Urban - Whistle Sports

We want to take his really unique point of view and sports and bring it to the forerefront, and give him a chance to express himself 24-7 and be the voice of the next generation of sports

Jeff Urban - Whistle Sports

I don't necessarily agree with the rules… I would hate for other student athletes to go through what I had to do. But I'm just focused on what I have to focus on, my own camera and creating content with

Donald De La Haye

Honestly, the best advise anyone gave me was make the choice with your heart, and decide based on what you wanted to do. That turned out to be making content that people enjoy. I left college sports, but that doesn't mean my whole sports career is shattered. I'm always going to work towards that (being in the NFL) and keep working, and hopefully I'll make it there one

Rae Linda Brown

Marginalized in her occupation by gender and race, Price persevered, and her story is not one of defeat but one of triumph specific to African-American

Eddie Vedder

We'd win 'battle of the bands' on intensity alone, but it was coming from me, . I couldn't get anybody else to give up their fucking bullshit. As far as songs and stuff, they weren't reading, they weren't living. They knew how big [Mötley Crüe drummer] Tommy Lee's new drum kit was, but, you know, fuck

Alex Nichiporchik

People get really into the game trying to figure out exactly what is in the basement. That creates a community effect that makes people want to participate, and participating means

Mark Pitcavage

Identifying National Socialist black metal from regular black metal is not always

Felix PewDiePie Kjellberg

At this point, I'd really just want to distance myself from all of this. I remember back when everything happened in February, I was sort of like, I mean, they're just jokes. There's not actual Nazis out there, what are you talking about?' And then I look at [Charlottesville], and I'm like oh, I see. OK!feedback

Felix PewDiePie Kjellberg

Believe it or not, I want nothing to do with these people. I have no hate in my heart. I only have hate for hateful

Jehu Garcia

The thing is not about making the best possible car. It's really to show the best value in recycled

Eric Ludgren

If we treated electric vehicles like we treat our phones, which if a single part breaks we throw it away, we'd have so much waste. We just want to breathe new life cycles into

Youssef Squali - Cantor Fitzgerald

Facebook/Instagram and YouTube are quick followers, constantly improving their value proposition as well, at materially greater

Rachel Bloom

It's had [more than 4 million] hits on YouTube, but I didn't make it to make money … I made it because I wanted to be my own one-person sketch group. And that song has paid for itself back

Justin Ng

The game mechanics need to seem interesting enough for me to want to experience it for myself and not

Rudy Mancuso

When I'm not creating, I try to stay as far away from this stuff as possible. I love spending time with the people I love and

Andy Signore

There's a little bit of sour grapes there. At the same time, there are certain audiences members that take it too to heart and that's just an online community that I think is more of a detriment to the film society than the

Dale Stuckenbruck

Everything looks easy on YouTube. It's a way to access music, You have it in you already to understand! You are learning how things work and don't work. It's common-sense things. That's not much of a pitch change. I need a bigger hole. It is food that is going to be

Heather Martin

We love our kids. They're the most important thing in the world to us. We made poor parenting choices by portraying ourselves this way. But we are not bad

Jordan Peterson

He's watched a very large number of my personality videos. I guess he trusted

Hany Farid - Facebook

The reach that a platform like YouTube gives you is phenomenal compared to how these groups used to recruit, which is in their local

Keegan Hankes - Southern Poverty Law Center

It drags you further and further. The more you watch it, the more indoctrinated you

Jeremy Shih

The fastest growing influencer marketing platforms are Instagram, Instagram Stories, Facebook, and YouTube. For now, there's no comparable market for Twitter and the live video application

Danielle Flynn

I think social media has been a big thing among my generation. A lot of them might be apathetic about politics but they might, for example, take an interest when I talk to them about animal testing and makeup. I also tend not to like conflict and you have to be careful what you say to people these days, so the thing about a Facebook post or a YouTube video is that you can get your message across to people without having to confront

Chris Packham

I think that when people now see others killing for the psychopathic joy of it they are increasingly sickened and the reason for that is that our wildlife is running out. It means that on Thursday, for example, the RSPB published video of marsh harriers being killed on a grouse moor in Yorkshire and within hours of that material going on to YouTube it has been spread all around. Everyone is instantaneously angered as it gets shared and there is frankly nowhere for these criminals to

Bryan Wiener - 360i

This may take some budget from YouTube, but the platform needs to scale

Alexander Hamilton

Composed in the wake of the British occupation of Boston, the hymn paraphrases Scripture in order to conflate Biblical suffering with that of the New England patriots. It is as stirring as some of the most impassioned moments

Daniel Danker - Facebook

Watch is personalized to help you discover new shows, organized around what your friends and communities are watching. Watch is a platform for all creators and publishers to find an audience, build a community of passionate fans, and earn money for their

Sheryl Sandberg - Facebook

We are making some early investments to create episodic

Sadiq Khan

Social media and the Internet can be used to inflame tensions and escalate violence quicker than ever before, and these videos are a shocking example of the glamorisation of gang

Susan Wojcicki - YouTube

Though I've been lucky to work at a company where I've received a lot of support – from leaders like Larry Page, Sergey Brin, Eric Schmidt, and Jonathan Rosenberg to mentors like Bill Campbell – my experience in the tech industry has shown me just how pervasive that question

Susan Wojcicki - YouTube

When I saw the memo that circulated last week, I once again felt that pain, and empathized with the pain it must have caused

Tim Burton

It all started in 2010, with a simple YouTube video of a Ferrari 458 Italia and Lamborghini LP670-4 Superveloce, and 500 subscribers. Today, we make it look very easy but I have a team of 9 people working with me full time to make this happen. My goal? To share the positivity and excitement that comes from being around

Gil Grobe

Without YouTube, only a few people outside Thailand would know about ice cream

Nick Davis

I think audiences do like discovering something that's not built to bowl you over, but just kind of unexpectedly

Claire Hubberstey

Such content contributes to young people feeling unsafe and increases the likelihood of them arming themselves as a result. It is essential that large corporations identify their role in safeguarding young people and commit to strict guidelines around their online content to help reduce this

Martin Shkreli

It is what it is. It's a complicated case. They reached a complicated verdict. I'm going to focus not on what people say about me, I'm going to focus on how much more can I learn about medicinal chemistry. I think drug companies are doing God's work. I think media companies don't. Daily News is fake news. Fake news to me is an uneven, biased approach to

Susanne Daniels - YouTube

If The Karate Kid was Daniel's story, Cobra Kai is equal parts Daniel and Johnny's story. Also because this is a series and not a movie, we really wanted to reimagine how the story was told. Changing the name made sense as part of

Nick Davis

I do some programming for the L.G.B.T. film festival in Chicago and we're increasingly struck by how the short films submitted are animated, and sci-fi, and fantasy, and horror. And it almost seems like there's no genre where they don't show up

Sean Griffin

It turns a situation that is often fraught with extreme emotions – excitement, anxiety, fear, and potentially shame and embarrassment – into one that is 'cartoony' by literalizing the runaway heart, thus making it a bit more

Sean McLaughlin

Even back then I knew it was going to be something special. Resonates a

Esteban Bravo

If anything we're just glad that we're getting to release it right now because I feel, and we both said, it'll help change some people's perspectives around the amount of controversy and hatred that's been going around lately. We just hope that this helps to change, or begin changing, what people think about people in this community and try to understand them

Beth David

We haven't really been looking at the comments on YouTube or anything like that, but we've been told there are some negative, hateful comments, and that's something we did expect to happen. But it hasn't been so bad for us that we're very concerned about

Chris Martin

I know this is probably going to end up on YouTube so I want to do it right, and I want to do it respectfully. This is to everybody who misses someone you know. This is for our whole community of

Matt Harkins

That's why the 'Olsen Twins Hiding' exhibit was centered around Mary-Kate's wedding where she had bowls and bowls of cigarettes . And this spring we did one about this YouTube video of Kim Cattrall doing spoken-word

Trisha Paytas

I just wanted to be famous. That's why I did reality shows, and that's why YouTube was so perfect. I would try to sing and act, and I was a terrible actress, but I love attention obviously. But I have a lot of insecurities. I just want people to know me and to love me, because I have no love. I literally have zero friends. So I like people to adore me, but I never had a talent that made people adore me. So I would try everything, but nothing really worked. But, honestly, YouTube was a godsend. I could literally be myself, and people loved

Trisha Paytas

Being a call girl made me more confident. No-one ever asked me to the prom when I was at school so it was cool that guys wanted to pay me to be naked. When I started out I got $4,000 with the lower people. But then I got paid $50,000 from a National Basketball Association player. I have had guys ask me to do weird things and it can be scary. But I enjoyed my time. They should be bragging that they banged me!feedback

Trisha Paytas

Hey Trish, do yourself a favour and never contact me again. I hung out with him at least a dozen times when I was younger, like 19 to 20, and I won't really say how we knew each other, or our relationship, just out of respect for him and his family. I don't feel like I need to air out dirty laundry or any drama. But Robin Williams was one of the nicest guys I've ever met, celebrity or not. The most humble, nicest guy. I will also say he had a lot of

Hans Zimmer

You can find it on YouTube. It's my favorite bit of conducting ever. It's Leonard Bernstein in Vienna, with the Vienna Phil. and they're playing Haydn. And he knows how they play Haydn, so he just folds his arms, and he just raises an eyebrow occasionally, and he just gives a smile to somebody who played something

Jake Paul

That was just kind of a lesson to teach you guys that not everything you see in the media on a day-to-day basis is real, and that you can basically fake everything and twist anything the way you

Andrew Roussos

She was a joker. She was a huge character. She was just everything you could wish for in a little girl. She loved dancing, music, gymnastics. If she wanted something, she would do it. I knew that Saffie would love her pictures to be on, and to be spoken about on,

Andrew Roussos

He "nodded, and that was it. That's all that was said really. You couldn't go out with Saffie without having fun, but her dream was to be famous. It was her everything. And we bought her the tickets for Christmas, she was counting the days, the

Craig Goldy

We are doing this because we were all a family and when a family has lost their beloved family member, they try to keep the memory of their lost beloved one alive. That is the spirit behind all that we do. When we perform on this tour, for me, it is a memorial service in the form of a rock concert. … This gives [fans] a chance to experience [Dio live] without relying on the poor-quality videos on

Heather Bellini - Goldman Sachs Group

We continue to view Alphabet as exposed to some of the best secular trends within tech, including mobile search, YouTube, and enterprise cloud computing, which we expect to become a bigger part of the thesis over

Jake Paul

Long story short... my team, Disney Channel, and I have come to the agreement its finally time for me to move on from the Disney family and Bizaardvark. . . I love my cast mates and will continue to support Disney but I have outgrown the channel and feel its time to move forward in my career. At this point in time I am wanting to focus more on my personal brand, my YouTube channel, business ventures, growing Team 10 and working on more adult acting

Heather Kirkorian

So there does seem to be something about the act of choosing, having some kind of agency, that makes a difference for little kids. The speculative part is why that makes a

Michael Rich

It's sort of like rapid-fire channel surfing. In many ways YouTube Kids is better suited to the attention span of a young child–just by virtue of its length–than something like a half-hour or hour broadcast program can

Nathalie Clark

You have to do what the algorithm wants for you. You can't really jump back and forth between

Heather Kirkorian

Up until very recently, surprisingly few people were looking at this. In the last year or so, we're actually seeing some research into apps and touchscreens. It's just starting to come

Heather Kirkorian

If they have the opportunity to choose what they're watching, then they're likely to interact in a way that meets their learning goals. We know the act of learning new information is rewarding, so they're likely to pick the information or videos that are in that sweet

Nathalie Clark

I wish I could tell you more, But I don't want to introduce competition. And, honestly, nobody really understands

Sandra Calvert

There's a rich set of literature showing kids who are reading more books are more imaginative. But in the age of interactivity, it's no just longer consuming what somebody else makes. It's also making you're own

Sandra Calvert

Who doesn't want to get a surprise? That's sort of how all of us operate. Children like to watch the same thing over and over. Some of that is a comprehension issue, so they'll repeatedly look at it so they can understand the story. Kids often don't understand people's motives, and that's a major driver for a story. They don't often understand the link between actions and

Nathalie Clark

Honestly, YouTube picks for you. Trending right now is Paw Patrol, so we do a lot of Paw

Rachel Barr

They are relatively fast paced and they include something that young children really like: things being enclosed and unwrapped. I have not tested it, but it seems unlikely that children are learning from these videos since they are not clearly constructed. Interactivity is not always a good

Sean Spicer

I don't want to paint everybody with the same brush, but the majority of folks who are in the briefing room, they are not in there for the pursuit of truth. Rather they are trying to figure out, how do I get on TV? How do I become a YouTube star, and that is disappointing. There are some good reporters that spend time getting to know, to learn the facts, to get the story out. They should be rewarded. They should be praised for their journalism. There are some reporters that do that. By and large we are seeing more and more about that click or the

Avi Kaplan

I had heard this folky version of "Hey Ya!"–like a slowed down acoustic version–a really long time ago on YouTube, probably years ago. And I was like, Oh my gosh, that's so cool. I would love to do a bluegrass version, because I feel it would really lend itself to it, just because of the way the chords are set up. And if you listen to the words, they kind of feel old and almost Western if you put that vibe on it. So I always wanted to do it and I finally got the time, and I'm really excited with how it came

Madison Beer

The abuse is real, and I let it happen. I do not need verification or anyone to believe me. I know what I have been through and will continue to be

Monalisa Perez

We were doing a YouTube video, and it went wrong. Please hurry up. … My God, hurry up, please! Oh, my God, he's dead! He looks like he's dying, ma'am. He's all blue. Please hurry up, ma'am. … He's dying. He's dying!feedback

Monalisa Perez

Me and Pedro are probably going to shoot one of the most dangerous videos ever HIS idea not

Monalisa Perez

It's a tragic incident. What she did … she has to live with that. It's the worst punishment she can get. She is pregnant with their second kid. It's just

Dick Costolo - Twitter

I think the world of Susan Wojcicki, the person who's running YouTube. She's an extremely smart and talented operator. I wouldn't count them out .... I think Susan's going to try to have it all with YouTube Red, YouTube TV, and the long tail trunk of content where you see Facebook competing. She may be able to do

David Li

In overseas markets, users tend to broadcast and socialize more. We know Instagram and Snapchat's (content creation) numbers are both below 10 percent, around 4 percent, 6 percent or 8 percent. Yet for us, 30 percent of our users are willing to provide content and I think this is a very valuable resource of the

David Li

As everyone has access to live streaming, there's bound to be some trouble-makers. Before, the most we can do is to ban your account right? But you can always create another one. The benefit from such regulations is that we can now use the law to deal with these

David Li

We hope to build a video version of Wiki, concentrating all the knowledge, ideas and experiences of human beings. I often joke with myself, saying that if people were able to record videos in ancient times, and know how to share and store them, probably we would not have invented written languages. Again, I firmly believe videos will be one of the most important ways to store human beings' knowledge. This era is definitely

David Li

Actually, last year [2016] was the year where we saw our slowest growth. In fact, our growth doubled every year during the first nine years of operation and quadrupled during our best

David Li

When we pitched our model to American investors a few years ago, all of them disagreed. They think that advertisement is the best revenue model and still refuse to admit that there's actually a better model besides that. It will definitely be more and more challenging to keep up such an exponential growth rate in the

David Li

We estimate that by the end of this year, Bigo will generate an annual revenue of $300 million, which is a very good performance for a

Jake Paul

The neighbors hate me. I mean, but people like going to circuses, right? Crazy how many ppl care about me being a 'bad'

Spencer Pratt

All due respect and not to player-hate here, but if you're trying to be an actual actor, running around on the streets like a fool, making a scene with KTLA is not going to get you there. He's not playing the role. If you hate Jake Paul, you just hate Jake

Kristin Hensley

We're very careful because we want to make sure what we're doing serves our moms, and that serves who we are as friends and as comedians. So in a way we've protected the brand as a

Kristin Hensley

There's an idea that if you go to YouTube, you're going to monetize. But I would tell anybody, you're not going to make a lot of money. You're going to get a check for 8 bucks, and you're going to be like, Oh.' It's better to just start it creatively and let it

Kristin Hensley

Honestly, when we started this idea, more than anything it was just this idea that there was this need. There was a need for content that felt lighthearted, that took the pressure off of us as moms. I was like, I don't want to feel bad about this anymore.' We took this idea to the internet, and it exploded because everyone else felt the same

Kristin Hensley

I can't do one more thing. We're saturated on our literal amount of time to do it. We are moms – we are active with our children, we are wives, we are trying to live our lives. And just like anybody else with social media, you can get overwhelmed. So we really just kind of focus on, right now ... Facebook and

Jim Cramer

Facebook figured out you use the internet to be able to tell personal narratives. Amazon figured out you use the internet to sell merchandise. Google figured out the internet to be able to do YouTube short form. These guys figured out the internet by being able to produce content that is loved in Korea and loved in Brazil and loved in

Iain O'Brien

I've been waiting for this day. It's a beautiful story. Here was this kid, a little freak and magician, who rocked up at training and left me open-mouthed. He was 12 years old and bowling offies and doosras. It was brilliant. Then I heard he'd learnt how to bowl by watching Ajmal and Mushtaq on

Iain O'Brien

There was a little problem with Hami's action because he watched so much of Ajmal on YouTube. Ajmal had some issues with his action and was banned for a while [in 2014]. But Hami was so young we just wanted him to get stronger and he adjusted his action

Luke Mckend

Whether it's a dressmaker who plans on expanding worldwide through the tools technology provides them, or a content creator finding hundreds of thousands of viewers on YouTube, we hope this helps them

Mitch Glazier

YouTube is viewed as a giant obstacle in the path to success for the streaming

Patricia Moore

She became a celebrity in no time. I was like, Wait a minute, do we need a bodyguard for you?feedback

Kim Kardashian

I remember always playing in my mom's makeup. Kourtney and I, when we discovered concealer we just had concealer all over our faced. We looked so crazy. We were really

Kim Kardashian

I think I am just embarrassed that I would wear turquoise eye shadow with turquoise clothes. Like mix it all and

David Hanson - Hanson Robotics

If you're going to space on an exploration mission and you can only bring one robot with you, would you bring a steel robot with a hard shell or would you bring a human-like robot? I think the answer is

Mike Yung

It keeps you going. People I know, that I've been with, have been doing it just as long as me. You have to love what you do automatically, because what I do is not easy. I sing against trains for four or five

Joel Moss Levinson

I have friends who say: 'It's so simple. Watch a five-minute YouTube video, and you can install the air filter. I can't even make it through the YouTube instructional

Laura Clery

People said, Focus on YouTube because they monetize,' but the reach was more important to me. I figured the money would come, and it

Laura Clery

I go where the love is and I go where I do better. People said 'Focus on YouTube because they monetize,' but the reach was more important to me. I figured the money would come, and it

Ross Smith

I have this whole market with a different fan base. It's definitely the

Ross Smith

That's pretty damn big and I didn't make a dime on

Ros Lynch

Ironically, it is innovation that benefits those looking to undermine intellectual property rights and benefit financially from copyright

Matt Palmer

I mean, we have a lot of friends in bands that think even Bandcamp is too, like, visible. Their demo is just up on YouTube or

Madison Beer

We have both grown and changed so much at this point and it has been an extremely difficult thing to relive / even go thru ... and I hope ALL of my fans learn from my foolishness. If someone is mistreating you in ANY way please speak up. Don't make the same mistakes I did, your safety is never worth it. No matter what, no one deserves to be treated that

Madison Beer

Jack and I having to face this yet again has been so hard. Many of you asking me, Why would you stay with him if it happened last year!' My theory was, and as horrible as this is, is that if I left him, he'd do it to the next girl. I tried to fix him. If someone is mistreating you in ANY way please speak up. It is NEVER okay and I was blinded by love and much too afraid to come out and say anything in fear I would be broken up with / not taken seriously by someone I told. SPEAK UP. Don't make the same mistakes I did, your safety is never worth

Luka Modric

When I meet someone and I tell them my name, no one believes me. In fact, as soon as I shake hands with people, I immediately reach for an ID card because I have to prove who I am. I often go on YouTube and look how Scholes played, it was

Matthew Lush

Just found out Stevie Ryan hung herself yesterday she was literally a YouTube innovator and a true

Jaclyn Hill

She was just so intrigued by what I do and Youtube and how I got started and just like this whole community. It was really sweet. She asked me so many questions. She was genuinely interested when the cameras weren't

Jaclyn Hill

We were watching it together and she was like, Oh my god!' That was definitely one of those moments in life where you're like wow. She was just so calm and cool and Zen and collected just opposite of who I am. I am always level 10 like 'zzzz!' and she was so real. Like so real. Facetimed her kids in front of us, told them goodnight, was showing us

Leroy Sanchez

I'm trying to get the best representation of who I am as an artist, and that will be a mixture between what I've been doing on YouTube – which is me and my acoustic guitars in there – and also out of soulful singing. I focused on the vocals a lot; that's what I enjoy and what, I think, people have liked to listen to all these

Monalisa Perez

They were in love, they loved each other. It was just a prank gone

Pedro Ruiz III - YouTube

I told them the bigger we get, I'll be throwing parties. It's a small town, why not?feedback

Jeremy Thornton

I really have no idea what they were thinking. I just don't understand the younger generation on trying to get their 15 minutes of

Monalisa Perez

Me and Pedro are probably going to shoot one of the most dangerous videos ever. HIS idea not MINE. Imagine when we have 300,000 subscribers. They'll be like 'oh my god,

Wesley Lebeau

The real concern is whether the Commission will manage to force Google to change its business model, its algorithms in a way that could be detrimental to the business. Search engine is still about 60 percent of Alphabet's valuation so that is a big deal, even though the drivers for future growth are YouTube and all the Alphabet companies -- Waymo, NEST,

Alex Cheeseman - Storyful

I believe there is going to be a major shift in consumers wanting to own their data. But for now people aren't that interested. Consumers don't really care about their data, they'lI give it to any website. They'll tick the box, they don't even read

Debbie Weinstein

I think the possibility of virtual reality is really having these deeply immersive experiences. It's as if you are there, as if you are in the front row at the concert… So it's as if the two of you, or three of you, or a group of you are at the front row of a concert of your favourite artist. You're all experiencing virtual reality at the same time, but you are not actually

Alex Cheeseman - Storyful

The only way for me to protect that data is to take it back myself, hold it, and wrap it up in my own layer of

Isaac Benbenisti - Orange

The market is changing. We see how people consume content - it's different. We see the massive movement from traditional TV to the open world. People are looking for open devices to watch Netflix and YouTube. We are combining the traditional TV, the traditional way people consume content, with the open

Rosanna Ro Pansino - YouTube

That's something that's really beautiful about being a digital creator. People keep you honest. They call you out, they notice, and I think it's

Rosanna Ro Pansino - YouTube

Whenever I decide to partner with a brand, it has to be a brand that I absolutely love and I use in real life. I would say that I turn down over 90 percent of opportunities that come my

Rosanna Ro Pansino - YouTube

From the very beginning, right when I started making videos on YouTube, money wasn't even a factor. I was making videos for over a year and a half before I found out it was even possible to make a career out of making content

Rosanna Ro Pansino - YouTube

I have not seen any decline. My content from the very beginning, because it's baking videos and tutorials, is very family friendly … I made content from day one that I want my dad and my mom to

Keaton Keller - YouTube

YouTube has forced us to change our ad game with all the advertisers leaving. It's a blessing in disguise – we had to find other ways to make

Anita Sarkeesian

If you block someone, then, technically, if they're signed in they can't see your feed anymore and that might be a really important thing for some people. Sometimes I think it's valuable – it's almost a symbolic act – to say, You are disruptive to my space and not allowed in

Steven Jay Williams

Mute don't block. Muting on Twitter or YouTube will not inform the person from the community. If you block them, they know and they can create a new account or find another way to get back into the community. But if you mute them, then they will just be screaming into the void. Some people look at a block as a badge of

Meghan Tonjones

The mute button is incredible. I used to have to unfollow people and actually deal with the backlash and now I can just mute

Lauren Riihimaki - YouTube

99.9 percent of all the comments are so nice and so empowering and motivating and supportive [but] there's that, like, one, tiny, like, .01 percent that are just, like, so angry at their life that they want to hate on you. You can block certain words. It filters them out so I don't have to see it. So people are, like, fat, ugly, pimples.' … You can just filter all that out and I don't have to see it so I can pretend that they're aren't

Hannah Witton - YouTube

I've heard from lots of people that people find their way around it by misspelling things. I reward positive comments by engaging

Steven Jay Williams

The best thing you can do is fill that community with positivity. I choose to celebrate positivity and the beautiful stuff

Anita Sarkeesian

Sometimes you might make it worse by saying something … so the advice that I give is follow what the person targeted is doing. If they are speaking up about it and are being vocal about it then you can amplify their voice… but sometimes people don't want their voice

Steven Jay Williams

I think we are bothered by it … it can often result in an amplification and I think it's one of the biggest mistakes we make. Two wrongs never make a right. I think it eventually digs you into a hole that you may never be able to get out of if you respond

Erik Finman

I would recommend the internet, which is all free. You can learn a million times more off YouTube and

Keaton Keller - YouTube

On Facebook the revenue that we make primarily comes from sponsorships and brand deals. I wouldn't say monetization has been a big thing yet. I'm hoping it [Facebook ads] finally catch up to what YouTube is. For the meantime it's just going to be

Rosanna Pansino

I have not seen any decline. My content, because it's baking videos, is very family friendly. Me as a person – I'm family

Randy Rainbow

I would definitely not do well on the staff with the people this place

Randy Rainbow

News like this is why I can't ever have a day off these days.