Veritasium
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Veritasium
First Aired: August 15th, 2010
Status: Continuing
Network: YouTube
Summary: Veritasium is an English-language educational science channel on YouTube created by Derek Muller in 2011. The videos range in style from interviews with experts, such as 2011 Physics Nobel Laureate Brian Schmidt,[1] to science experiments, dramatisations, songs, and—a hallmark of the channel—interviews with the public to uncover misconceptions about science.
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Episode Statistics:
# of Episodes: 268
# of Episodes I watched: 0
# of Episodes I haven't watched: 268
Last Episode I watched: -
Last Aired Episode
My Video Went Viral. Here's Why
Season 2019 - Episode 14: My Video Went Viral. Here's Why
Air Date: May 19th, 2019, 12:00 AM
Summary: My hypothesis is that the algorithm, rather than viewer preference, drives views on the site. As the algorithm shifts, various YouTubers experience burnout (as what used to work no longer works) and right now click-through rate is the key metric. So clickable titles and thumbnails are the only way to get a lot of impressions and hence views - they are the only way to go viral. This leads me to wonder which audiences will become most prevalent on the site and if there will even be a place for educational content. In the long-term, hopefully YouTube is able to measure satisfaction through surveys and other metrics to ensure an optimal experience for everyone on the site.
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Cast
Derek Muller - Creator & Host
Derek Muller
as Creator & Host
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