Video : Canon Reaches 1 Million Minutes Viewed On Youtube

VIDEo : Canon Reaches 1 Million Minutes Viewed on YouTubeThank you to all of our Canon fans in helping us reach a new milestone of 1 million minutes watched on our channel (and counting)! We could not have reached this great landmark without your help and support. As a thank you, we've created this short video including clips of our products, tutorials, movies, explorers of light and much more! We hope you enjoy!

Youtube For Sony Ps Vita: Update To Version 2

YouTube for Sony PS Vita: Update to Version 2Since June, PS Vita owners have enjoyed watching videos via the YouTube app on the device’s brilliant 5” OLED screen, bringing you entertaining, hilarious, and viral videos, plus trailers for the hottest games coming to PS Vita and PS3 on the official PlayStation channel. While PS Vita’s YouTube app launched with a robust set of features, today you can update the app to version 2, bringing several new features that will enhance your viewing experience even further. Here are the highlights:

Dancer Takahiro To Appear In Youtube Artist Gille's Music Video

Dancer TAKAHIRO to appear in YouTube artist GILLE's music videoTAKAHIRO (31), a famous dancer known for the “Shukan Gallop” CM who has previously accompanied American songstress Madonna (54) on her tour, will appear in the music video of female singer GILLE’s (25) first single “GIRLS” (to be released for sale on October 24th.)

Fuji Tv 'idoling' And Other Shows Available On Youtube

Fuji TV 'Idoling' and other shows available on YouTubeFuji TV announced its plans to begin uploading several of its shows to its official channels on video site YouTube, allowing users to watch for free. According to the announcement, the network aims to spread its contents globally and to attract new viewers, while also increasing its online advertising revenue.

Summers To Host Youtube Audition Tv Show

Summers to host YouTube audition TV showComedy duo Summers will host a fresh new variety show on Fuji TV, titled “Fuji TV ni Detai Hito TV.” The show will revolve around clips of people showing off their various talents, selected through an “audition” on video sharing website YouTube.