Results related to “YouTube”
by Qimmah Saafir on March 24 2015, 12:30PM
A new web series sans the stereotypes
Topics: Arts & Culture
by Jamilah King on October 24 2013, 11:24AM
The two prominent black artists don’t think the awards do enough to spotlight innovative and unsigned artists who help the video service thrive.
by Jorge Rivas on June 6 2013, 10:18AM
Actors read real comments from “What Kind of Asian Are You?”
by Jorge Rivas on May 29 2013, 1:06PM
If we were all only so bold.
by Jorge Rivas on March 11 2013, 2:15PM
YouTube was celebrated as the great equalizer for marginalized groups in the media but the video sharing platform is not that much different than old media.
by Channing Kennedy on January 15 2013, 9:08AM
TV writer Keith Josef Adkins was told by the studios that black people don’t do sci-fi. So he’s funding his own webseries, “The Abandon,” to prove them wrong.
Topics: Arts & Culture
by Channing Kennedy on May 2 2012, 4:39PM
A new Youtube campaign shows bad judgment from the Two And A Half Men star.
by Jorge Rivas on August 25 2011, 9:25AM
In her satirical video, Chapter plays Keywanda, a young mother of ten who deals with the “stress of her children’s fathers.”
by Jorge Rivas on August 9 2011, 10:57AM
If you thought UCLA’s Alexandra “Asians in libraries are loud” Wallace was bad, this is much worse.
by Channing Kennedy on March 20 2011, 1:16PM
A UCLA student’s viral video sets off heated conversation about free speech, and well-meaning people fighting racism with sexism.
by Jorge Rivas on March 18 2011, 3:16PM
Some of the most popular comedic riffs on the UCLA student’s infamous viral video are as sexist as she was racist.
by Jorge Rivas on March 15 2011, 12:00PM
“I cannot explain what possessed me,” writes the student who’s racist video went viral over the weekend.
by Jorge Rivas on March 14 2011, 12:00PM
“I swear they’re just going through their whole families, just checking on everyone from the tsunami thing—I mean, I know, that sounds horrible…”
by Jorge Rivas on January 5 2011, 2:50PM
Ted Williams, homeless Ohio man with the “golden radio voice,” hired by NBA Team.
by Jamilah King on November 4 2010, 9:00AM
The comedian behind one of this election season’s most talked about parodies insists Obama isn’t so holy we can’t laugh at him.
Topics: 2010 Elections
by Jamilah King on August 20 2010, 1:27PM
Antoine Dodon’s still cashing in on his newfound fame.