In Pictures: YouTube down under

  • Blunty3000
    Nate Bourke, from Tasmania, who rocketed to fame with his unique views on life and his expertly made lego animation videos.
  • Community Channel
    Natalie Tran, a student who’s conversations about her daily life has attracted almost 40,000 subscribers.
  • So Lonely
    As part of the launch celebration, a re-enactment of a vlog from famous actor/vlogger, LonelyGirl15...
  • Hugh’s News
    Archaeologist and teacher by day, Hugh turns video blogger/comedian by night with all manors of skits which he performs with friends and family.
  • Channel 10
    General manager of digital media at Channel 10, Damien Smith gave an animated speech about where he feels Channel 10 is positioned in the online space and where he sees it going in the future, but he didn't make any firm commitments.
  • Southern Cross View
    Kim Anderson, General Manager of Southern Cross View, a division of Southern Cross Broadcasting announced the current crop of videos already on their site and made a commitment for more new content in the near future.
  • Corporate Partners
    The new Australian portal gives corporate sponsors a more targeted audience for their content.
  • JuanMann
    Juann is the man behind the most popular video in the history of You Tube, his "Free Hugs Campaign" video has attracted over 20 million views and has become a global phenomenon. In his latest video he has given his home address and asked people to drop by if they need a chat.
  • ABC
    ABC General Manager of Digital Content development, Robert Hutchinson, is excited by the possibilities that partnering with YouTube can bring including specific user feedback.
  • Dancing in the Street well as other famous YouTubers.
  • YouTube Australia is Born
    YouTube international representative, Sakina Arsiwala announces the launch of, with a view to making Australian content easier to find for all Australians.
  • YouTube Australian Launch
    Yesterday, at Fox Studios in Sydney, YouTube announced the launch of
  • Sky News
    Angelos Frangopolos, Sky News CEO discusses the future possibilities across this new age of digital media.
  • A Panel of popular users
    Four of Australia’s most popular users were on hand to give their opinion on the new site.
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