Before getting a glimpse of what is the hottest attraction on YouTube right now, here's a one-word warning: Don't. Not if you want to retain your sanity.
Lucas Cruikshank looks to be rekindling his brand on YouTube. Over two days, the thesp has racked up more clicks for a video in which he announced he is gay than for any he has posted in more than…
With more and more online distributors getting into the market, some of YouTube's longest-standing content providers are getting restless.
Digital opportunities were the talk of the MipJunior confab, with top-level U.S. and international players discussing new production models, cross-platform branding and revenue streams at the weekend…
More than 3 million viewers tuned in Jan. 16 to see Fred Figglehorn, the frenetic 6-year-old character created by teenager Lucas Cruikshank, begin his first foray into series TV with 24 11-minute…
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Anyone worried about YouTube's potentially negative influence on television has reason to be absolutely horrified.
YouTube celebrities are a dime a dozen, but few of them have made it beyond their teen years. Lucas Cruikshank offers a unique exception.
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