10 September 2010, 10:25
Google CEO confirms losses, but expects subsidiary to make money soon.
31 August 2010, 09:30
Negotiations underway to feature new movies on video-sharing site.
27 August 2010, 12:52
The video sharing site makes over 400 relatively obscure movies available for anyone to watch for free.
30 July 2010, 14:29
Maximum video length increased for all.
8 July 2010, 12:05
A couple of big changes to the video sharing site with mobile video sped up and a personalised, predictive feed.
24 June 2010, 13:20
A judge has ruled that YouTube is protected against claims of copyright infringement.
17 May 2010, 11:45
"We’re just getting started," says the world's most popular video-sharing website.
21 April 2010, 11:45
Constantin Films, which distributes the WWII film Downfall, is getting its many parodies taken down from YouTube.
19 March 2010, 10:47
The lawsuit between the two companies over YouTube heats up as their opening briefs are made public.
5 February 2010, 11:26
The video site has recently experimented with video rentals and political engagement.
28 January 2010, 11:55
Early figures suggest YouTube's movie rental business may not pose a significant threat to the likes of Netflix.
21 January 2010, 12:53
Popular video-sharing website YouTube has launched an experimental version of an HTML5-supported player.
21 January 2010, 10:11
Google's video-sharing website YouTube has confirmed that it will begin to rent feature-length movies.
20 January 2010, 16:28
Search giant Google has confirmed that it will broadcast all Indian Premier League cricket matches via YouTube.
3 December 2009, 16:13
The UK's fifth terrestrial TV channel has announced that its free-to-view programming is coming to YouTube.
13 November 2009, 09:35
Full-HD clips to provide ISPs with bandwidth headache?
3 September 2009, 10:22
YouTube has reached an agreement with PRS for Music, paving the way for music videos to return to its UK site.
2 July 2009, 13:11
YouTube's now accepting large uploads of up to 2GB, but that doesn't exactly mean you can upload longer videos.
26 January 2009, 11:22
Surreal comedians respond to uploading of their material to YouTube by joining in, and sell more stuff as a consequence.
25 November 2008, 10:33
Google-owned YouTube has finally increased the size of its flash-based player to allow for 16:9 widescreen videos.
2 March 2007, 23:35
The BBC has exchanged vows with YouTube in a content-deal spanning three channels, each serving its own purpose.