Washington Post – “In the newest installment of Prestigious Institutions Slumming It (remember when the Library of Congress acquired Twitter’s archives?), the Guggenheim Museum has announced that a new exhibition will come from . . . YouTube. YouTube Play, which launched Monday, is a partnership between the video site and the renowned art museum. It invites users to submit their short creative videos at http://youtube.com/play. The top 20, chosen by a jury of professional artists, will be on view this fall at Guggenheim museums around the world.
Telegraph – “Group is working to persuade music and video companies to cash in rather than clamp down when their content is uploaded”
Telegraph – “The site contains existing and new images, including the only known video footage of Anne – a shot a few seconds-long of her leaning out of an upstairs window during the wedding of a neighbour in July 1941.”