Watch Funny Video: The History of YouTube by The Gregory Brothers | YouTube Comedy Week

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YouTube’s 8th birthday is marked today, as the site was launched in 2005. The crew of the famous website promises even better service from now on! Go Innovators! So they hired “The Gregory Brothers” to show the true good-hearted classy comedy they have to offer. Pay your respects.

In February, 2005, YouTube appeared on the Internet with all kinds of videos and in October, 2006, was bought by Google for 1.65 billion dollars. Since then it operates as Google’s subsidiary company.

In 2006 YouTube was presented by the magazine Time as the invention of the year and after all those years it has definitely confirmed this title. The company announced that it has reached the point, where every minute 100 extra hours of video are added. And each month it has more than 1 billion visitors! Two years ago the users were uploading 48 hours video every minute, as the number increased to 72 the last year and finally reached 100.

Let’s give it up to the one trusty video website where you can type junk in like Google and get rewarded for your own blogs. They’re that giving. What baller businessmen.

To celebrate YouTube’s 8th birthday, the Gregory Brothers imagine how it would feel to discover YouTube for the first time.
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