YouTubers are providing sex ed videos for LGBTQ+ youth to fill a gap in many public school curricula, including Ontario’s.
Recordings of people squishing or lightly brushing objects are proliferating in social media, and some scientists think these ‘ASMR’ videos could actually be good for you.
The world still hates Logan Paul, but it doesn’t seem like he’s going anywhere. At least YouTube finally demonetized his videos –temporarily.
If you love food, imagine getting paid to eat it. The South Korean phenomenon of eating online, known as mukbang, is becoming popular in Canada.
This three-year study about young people becoming social media celebrities (and even “brands” of their own) explores the ethics and business models of this online brand-building.
The Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival was introduced in 2005 to create new opportunities for networking comedians. Inspired by similar events in Chicago and Vancouver, the festival invites beginners and professionals to showcase their passion for humour. This year’s edition opened last Thursday and runs at various Toronto venues until this coming Sunday, March 13.