12:53 PM EDT 11/04/2013
Originally posted 11/03/2013 05:30PM
It's YouTube's biggest night!
Originally posted 11/01/2013 08:35AM
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West sued a co-founder of YouTube on Thursday, claiming he violated a confidentiality agreement by posting a video of the couple's marriage proposal to his new video-sharing website.
The couple's lawsuit states Chad Hurley wasn't invited to the elaborate Oct. 21 proposal at San Francisco's AT&T Park, but was allowed to stay because he signed an agreement not to post any video or images from the event.
West allowed other cameras to film the event for possible broadcast on E! Entertainment Television, home to his fiancée's show Keeping Up with the Kardashians, according to the suit.
Originally posted 09/17/2013 10:45AM
George Takei has a new enterprise.
Takei, best known for his role as Hikaru Sulu on Star Trek, launched a new webseries Tuesday called Takei's Take.
"What we are doing here with Takei's Take is sharing the new technological developments, entertainingly, those developments that can enrich one's life and expand our potential," Takei tells PEOPLE exclusively.
The actor, 76, says that his role on Star Trek is part of the reason he is interested in new technological advancements.
Originally posted 07/09/2013 04:30PM
Originally posted 06/05/2013 07:25AM
Originally posted 04/18/2013 08:40AM
Troian Bellisario and Jennifer Beals are taking on a very serious issue: sexual assault in the military.
In the second season of Lauren, a series created by WIGS – the no. 1 channel on YouTube for scripted drama – Bellisario plays Lauren, a soldier who reports a sexual assault.
And as Beals's iconic film Flashdance celebrates it's 30th anniversary, she takes on a very different role as Major Jo Stone, who plays opposite Bellisario.
Originally posted 02/20/2013 09:45AM
Originally posted 11/23/2008 12:30PM
YouTube's newest star is Fred Figglehorn, a lonely, speedy-voiced 6-year-old with anger-management issues.
Fred is played by 15-year-old Lucas Cruikshank, a high school freshman from Nebraska whose web-based comedy series recently earned the distinction of being YouTube's Most Subscribed Channel of all time, with more than 650,000 viewers signed up.
Cruikshank created his Fred character two years ago as a way to parody video bloggers who create self-important videos about their lives.
"I just wanted to make a video for Halloween, so I created Fred and sped up the voice," Cruikshank tells PEOPLE. He often looks to the youngest of his seven siblings for inspiration. "I have little brothers and sisters and know how funny they can be."
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