YouTube is a video-sharing website where users can upload, share, and view videos. It was founded by three former PayPal employees in February 2005. In November 2006, Google Inc. acquired YouTube, LLC for $1.65 billion, and it now operates as a subsidiary of Google. As the largest video-sharing site globally, chances are you’re currently browsing it instead of completing this post.


An example of YouTube is the platform where users can watch a wide range of videos, including tutorials, music videos, vlogs, and more. Users can also upload their videos to share with the YouTube community, subscribe to channels they enjoy, and interact with content through likes, comments, and shares. With its vast library of content and global reach, YouTube has become a prominent destination for entertainment, education, and information dissemination.