Some popular documentaries, based on box office success, include "Fahrenheit 9/11," "March of the Penguins" and "Justin Bieber: Never Say Never." In terms of popularity among critics, "Hoop Dreams," "The Thin Blue Line" and "Grey Gardens" are some favorites.
Neither the American Film Institute, BBC nor IMDb list any documentaries in their top 100 movies, as of 2015. Rotten Tomatoes lists one documentary in its list of the top 100 movies: "Man on Wire." It's ranked as the 61st best movie of all time.
History Channel documentaries such as "Bible Secrets Revealed," "America: The Story of Us," "The Men Who Built America" and "Last Days of the Nazis," are very well-regarded among both critics and television viewers. The History Channel makes an effort to cover all aspects and times of history, with
Renowned documentaries from the show "60 Minutes" include "Friendly Fire," "The CIA's Cocaine," "The Co$t of Dying," "Sabotaging the System" and "Joy in the Congo." Each of these five documentaries has won a Peabody Award, a prize that honors excellence in journalism.
YouTube is the largest online video sharing platform. Users create accounts and upload videos. Most of the content is free; however, there are channels that charge a fee for streaming movies and showing live events.
As of 2014, YouTube reports that over 1 billion unique visitors use its website each month. Every month, over 6 billion hours of video content are watched on YouTube. Every minute, users upload 100 hours of videos to the site.
YouTube is the world's most popular and frequently visited video streaming website. The site's users watch about four billion hours of video per month and upload more than 70 hours worth of video every minute.
Becoming a Youtuber is a simple process. Simply sign up for YouTube and create a personal channel, then upload videos and network with other channels to build a presence on the site and gain popularity.
Most YouTubers don't make money off of their videos, but certain popular video creators make a lot of money through ad revenue. While the actual annual income of YouTube channels varies greatly, it's certainly possible for one to generate more than $1 million a year. In 2014, even the 20th-most-popu
YouTube offers a variety of humorous animal videos posted by users from all over the world. Type "funny animal videos" in the search bar to find a list of the videos.