One of the biggest under appreciated sources for great content is YouTube. Now we are not talking about cute cat videos and short clips but full-length high-quality original content. Just search your favorite topic, and you will find a wide range of original content just waiting for you.
While we cannot even begin to scratch the surface of what is available on YouTube, here are five great channels you should check out.
If you love history The Great War is a channel you should check out. Every week they release a look at what happened during World War I as it happened. There will be new videos every year from now till when the war ended exactly one hundred years ago in 2018. There are also great specials and catch-up videos released from time to time. And, there even are fun videos related to World War I like the “Top 11 Stupid Moves of Early World War 1.”
Even if you are not a history buff you should check out these high-quality videos as they are enjoyable for all.
TEDTalks posts daily the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world’s leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes (or less). Look for talks on technology, entertainment, and design—plus science, business, global issues, the arts, and much more.
No matter what you enjoy you will find something entertaining and provoking from TEDTalks.
Do you love to travel or just wish you could travel more? Check out Soniastravels on YouTube for great travel tips and videos that show you the world from your living room. Don’t forget just a touch of humor to make it a fun and enjoyable time.
Did you know YouTube curates all their news videos onto one page full of the best news videos? From live news coverage to full press conferences and news coverage from the biggest names in news YouTube has you covered.
You can even break the news out into categories like sports, science, technology, world, and national, so no matter what news you want YouTube has it.
Veritasium is a channel of science and engineering videos featuring experiments, expert interviews, cool demos, and discussions with the public about everything science.
Do you have a YouTube channel you love? Leave a comment and tell everyone about it. Let’s see if we can make a huge list of great YouTube channels for everyone to check out.
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