VIDEOS

  • 10 years later, YouTube is a hit but is it profitable? 2 days ago

    Washington: Ten years after its launch, YouTube has become a household name for online video but faces an array of rivals in the market and lingering questions about its business model. The first video uploaded April 23, 2005 - an 18-second clip of co-founder Jawed Karim at the San Diego Zoo...
  • 10 years of YouTube: Facebook emerges as a video-sharing threat 2 days ago

    It's 10 years since the first clip ('Me at the Zoo') was uploaded on YouTube, and the service - now owned by Google - has dominated online video-sharing ever since. But for how long? Facebook said on Wednesday that its users were watching 4 billion videos a day, compared with 3 billion...
  • YouTube turns 10: Watch the first YouTube video ever uploaded 3 days ago

    The 'popstar' YouTube that actually made several popstars what they are today, including Justin Bieber and Zoella, has turned 10 on Thursday. It's been 10 years since Jawed Karim - the man behind the concept of the video sharing site - uploaded the first ever video of his zoo visit on...
  • Videos and Pictures 5 days ago

    You too can become a Citizen Journalist. Just click a picture or make a video of things that matter to you and tweet it to us @ibncj ...
  • Buyers Speak Out 6 days ago

    Citizen Journalists from different cities send in their video blogs and raise their voice against the harassment by property builders. ...
  • Stop Thinking, Start Acting April 16, 2015

    The first step towards making a change. The Citizen Journalist Team helps you take the first step. ...
  • Video volunteer report April 16, 2015

    Video Volunteer's Community Correspondent Mukesh Rajak highlights how families were being denied birth certificates for their children in Jharkhand's Deoghar District. Mukesh's report had an impact, thirty families got birth certificates for their children after the report. ...
  • Stop Thinking, Start Acting April 15, 2015

    The first step towards making a change. Citizen Journalist Team helps you take the first step. ...
  • The killer smartphone feature that can help you have better sex, reveals viral Durex video April 14, 2015

    This video has been watched almost 37 million times on YouTube and chances are you have already seen it. If not, read on and watch.This video that stretches for almost 4 minutes, explores how different couples are using their smartphones in the bedroom and comes up with one killer smartphone...
  • The video on net neutrality is just an honest appeal, says AIB member Rohan Joshi April 13, 2015

    Amidst raging debate over net neutrality, AIB is in news once again for bringing the #SaveTheInternet campaign to the common citizen. A video by AIB which explains net neutrality has received more than 9 lakh views in less than 48 hours. AIB member Rohan Joshi tells about the video and...
  • Your Videos and Pictures on the CJ Show April 13, 2015

    Citizens across the country sent us videos and pictures of the issues that matter to them. ...
  • Hillary Clinton announces her bid for US presidential polls 2016 through video April 13, 2015

    Hillary Rodham Clinton has announced that she is running for the post of US president in the 2016. This will be Hillary Clinton's second attempt. She announced her bid for the 2016 democratic nomination in a video released on the Internet on Sunday. ...
  • Did Facebook temporarily take down the AIB net neutrality video to push for its own native video? April 13, 2015

    New Delhi: This weekend the Indian Internet was buzzing about net neutrality and comedy collective All India Bakchod's first video after the AIB Roast controversy had a lot to do with it. Worried Indian Internet users, fearful of losing out on the free Internet, watched the video, shared it massively...
  • Video games with storytelling elements can help treat autism April 13, 2015

    London: Non-violent video games which capitalise on engaging storytelling have pro-social benefits that could ultimately be helpful to clinical disorders such as autism, says a study. "The motivation to engage in and enjoy video games corresponds with principles that apply to human motivation in general," said lead researcher Daniel Bormann...
  • AIB's video on #NetNeutrality gets removed from Facebook April 12, 2015

    On April 11th, comedy group AIB released its first video since the controversial roast of Ranveer Singh and Arjun Kapoor. This video was about #NetNeutrality. AIB sifted through the jargon and helped dumb down the idea of #NetNeutrality for the masses. The video was an instant hit and was shared...
  • Deepika Padukone has done good by doing 'My Choice' video: Kalki Koechlin April 12, 2015

    New Delhi: Actress Kalki Koechlin has supported Deepika Padukone's viral online video on women empowerment, 'My Choice', saying the clip shows that women can be in control of their life. Kalki, 31, who shared screen space with Deepika in 'Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani', liked the "spirit" of the Homi Adajania-directed short...
  • Stand-up comic Aditi Mittal complains about overpriced tea in the most Punjabi fashion possible April 11, 2015

    Ever wondered why a cup of tea in a fancy cafe is so expensive? I mean its just water, a little milk, a little sugar, and a tea bag. What makes it cost Rs 60??Aditi Mittal raises this very relevant question about our over-expenditure of things like tea and muffins...
  • How shooter video games can help reform violent criminals April 9, 2015

    Sydney: Australian research into the brain activity of shoot-to-kill video game players could explain why people can easily kill others without feeling bad about it and help reform violent criminals. A team of researchers from Monash University found the activity in the player's brain changed depending on whether they were...
  • YouTube to offer viewers ad-free option for monthly fee April 9, 2015

    Los Angeles: YouTube will soon give viewers the option of paying a monthly fee to skip ads. On Wednesday, the online video service sent a letter to its most-popular content creators asking them to sign off on new contract terms to allow for the change. It's not clear when the option will...
  • When even the Gods care about road safety, why can't we? April 8, 2015

    They are our protectors. They are our saviors. They are the almighty. But even they care about road safety. This exquisite road safety campaign video by the 'Indian Head Injury Foundation' shows us that even the Gods wear their 'mukuts' before riding their respective 'vahanas'. If they, the immortals, can...
  • YouTube Kids app is deceiving, targets young children with unfair and deceptive advertising: Consumer groups April 7, 2015

    Washington: The new YouTube Kids mobile app targets young children with unfair and deceptive advertising and should be investigated, a group of consumer advocates told the Federal Trade Commission in a letter on Tuesday. Google introduced the app in February as a "safer" place for kids to explore videos because it...
  • VP9: How Google is bringing us closer to high-quality, buffer-free videos April 7, 2015

    New Delhi: VP9, a new video compression codec that YouTube is using, is bringing higher quality video to users while using lesser bandwidth. YouTube, in a blog post, explains how this video compression codec "bumps everybody one notch closer to our goal of instant, high-quality, buffer-free videos." VP9 is the most...
  • This video classifies the 'Indian Girlfriend' so accurately April 6, 2015

    She might be the traditional kind, or she might be the social butterfly. She may be more dominating than an army dad, or she may be more clingy than feviquik. She is the Indian girlfriend. This video nails all the characteristics so very accurately, its funny and sad. ...
  • The next Apple TV won't play 4K video April 6, 2015

    New Delhi: A disappointing piece of information for Apple TV lovers who had high hopes that the tech giant's next TV will have the capability to support 4K video playing- the 4th generation Apple TV is unlikely to offer the high-definition video resolution that gives a more immersive viewing experience. Even...
  • Tinder tests first video ad on app April 4, 2015

    New Delhi: Hopping on the bandwagon of offering promotional content through its service, Tinder has unveiled its first ad in the form of a video that promotes Budweiser's next #Whatever, USA campaign. Recently, Instagram and Twitter rolled out their own way of subtly inserting ads into their users' feed and similarly,...
  • Apple releases guided tour videos on how to use its Watch April 4, 2015

    New Delhi: The anticipated smart gadget is not out for a consumer roll out yet, but Apple is making sure it leaves no stone unturned to make you understand and learn how its latest wearable works. The Cupertino, California, tech giant has released what it calls 'Guided Tour' videos for...
  • Microsoft drops the Xbox brand from new Music, Video apps for Windows 10 April 2, 2015

    New Delhi: Microsoft is doing away with the prefix- Xbox- for its music and video preview apps for the latest Windows 10 operating system. Both the apps will now be renamed Music and Video to make them sound less confusing. Xbox Music and Xbox Video seemed specific to the software giant's...
  • Videogames boost skills, but lead to behavioural problems: Study April 2, 2015

    Washington: Good news and bad news for video gamers: new research shows game play boosts visual and cognitive skills, but that too much of the activity is linked to behavioral problems. In one of two studies published this week, Brown University researchers found gaming not only improves visual skills but also...
  • Riff: Facebook's new app lets friends make collaborative videos April 2, 2015

    New Delhi: Facebook has introduced a new creative tool that will let you make videos with friends. Dubbed Riff, this app lets you make videos on any topic of your choice to which your friends can add their own clips. You can begin with suggesting a topic, for example #exercise, your...
  • Deepika Padukone's 'My Choice' video: We follow the West, shun our own traditions and cultures. We have lost our consciousness, says Murli Manohar Joshi April 2, 2015

    Kolkata: Veteran BJP leader Murli Manohar Joshi on Wednesday flayed Bollywood actress Deepika Padukone's video on women empowerment as "height of lack of consciousness". "We don't realise how much we have changed. It has been an Indian tradition of addressing woman as 'mot her', but now there are objections at being called...