In one part of this week's newsletter: Why the popular YouTube genre feels more and more antiquated and more harmful than entertaining.
Wintour’s decision to put Kimye on the cover of Vogue resulted in hundreds of negative comments, including one that said: “Disgusting! These two are the epitome of VULGARITY. You will never recover from this low.”
In one part of this week's newsletter: A young influencer might have shared harmful information with her mostly young fans — and a psychologist and ED specialist gives her thoughts.
A spokesperson for the Bail Project told BuzzFeed News the artist reached out to the organization to do this because he's "personally felt the effects of incarceration in his own family."
Trump was kicked off Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube for inciting the Jan. 6 riots at the US Capitol.
In this week's newsletter: Imagining the future of VidCon if it continues to have TikTok's influence, and how common it's become for creators to take short and long breaks from the internet.
Burnham, like Shane Dawson and Jenna Marbles, grew up on the internet. But how they’ve dealt with being constantly online has varied drastically.
Oh, and a lawsuit. The beauty guru addressed almost all of it in a new video.
A spokesperson for YouTube told BuzzFeed News the company will continue to stay involved in the annual convention "through new and different opportunities."
YouTuber Jessi Smiles Released A Call With Gabbie Hanna About Having A Relationship With The Man Who Assaulted Her
Smiles tweeted that she "never planned to release" their recorded call, but she believes Hanna has continued to lie about her relationship with Curtis Lepore.
The Quick Success Of Hailey Bieber’s YouTube Channel Is Both Validating And Invalidating To The Platform’s Biome
In this week's newsletter: How YouTube can pay better homage to the platform's original creators, and how Arielle Charnas is paying homage to her own brand by naming her baby after it.
When you're turning a serious injury into a clickbait video with a cliffhanger, it may be time to reevaluate what you're willing to do for content.
“I'm the first good person to want world domination.”
David Of "David After Dentist" Is Now A 20-Year-Old College Student And Selling His Viral Video As An NFT
David DeVore Jr.'s dad told BuzzFeed News that profits from the sale will help fund college tuition for his two sons.
A 23-Year-Old YouTuber Is Running To Be The Mayor Of London And Is Doing Relatively Well In The Polls
James Charles Has Been Demonetized By YouTube And Dropped By Morphe. But He Isn't Canceled Just Yet.
Charles' professional career has taken a significant blow, but his platform remains relatively unscathed.
Doubt around vaccines and conspiracy theories have left young Vietnamese Americans scared for their parents’ safety. They’re begging social media companies to pay attention.
David Dobrik Said He’s “So Sorry” In A Second Video Addressing Vlog Squad Sexual Assault Allegations
“I was completely disconnected from the fact that, when people were invited to film videos with us, I was creating an unfair power dynamic.”
Brands Are Cutting Ties With David Dobrik Following Allegations Of Misconduct Against The Vlog Squad
DoorDash, HelloFresh, and EA Sports are among the companies to announce they will no longer work with the YouTuber.
Vlogger Tati Westbrook invoked anti-gay stereotypes to make a case against James Charles.
An Early Dad YouTuber Reflected On The Viral Prank Videos That Made Him Famous — And Ones He’s Since Decided To Delete
In this week's newsletter: Nalts, who reached YouTube fame in the mid-aughts, wrote in about how he views his old videos — and people in them who were impacted — differently today.
Joseth "Seth" Francois told BuzzFeed News he's spent the last year processing what happened to him and now wants to share his story to create change in the industry.
In this week's newsletter: I address a popular kind of content that's built the careers of the platform's biggest creators — but walks a line between entertainment and abuse.
The man who shot Timothy Wilks told police he didn't know that what looked like a robbery was a prank.
The move makes YouTube the latest in a string of technology companies that have limited the president online after his supporters stormed the Capitol last week.
Here's What James Charles And Dixie D'Amelio Had To Say About The Intense Backlash To "Dinner With The D'Amelios"
"The whole thing definitely got taken way out of proportion."
Thousands of videos uploaded before Wednesday that cast doubt on the election results will be allowed to remain on the platform.
Charli D'Amelio And Her Family Are Being Criticised Over A Disastrous YouTube Video That's Seen Her Lose 500,000 Followers
After gaining 700,000 followers in three days and closing in on the 100 million milestone, Charli has now lost more than 500,000 followers (and counting).
The Philadelphia site of Rudy Giuliani’s speech is being put to another use.
James Charles And Lauren Conrad Opened Up About Their Feud After He Dragged Her Makeup Line On Instagram
"The Hills came before my time. I was literally a tiny little kid when it was out."