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[[Image:Muppets YouTube Channel.jpg|thumb|300px|The Muppets YouTube channel, 2012.]]
'''YouTube''' is a video sharing website which allows users to upload and share videos. Created in February 2005, YouTube is now owned and operated as a subsidiary of [[Google]]. The site hosts a wide variety of user-generated video content, including movie clips, TV clips, and music videos, as well as amateur content such as video blogging and short original videos. Most of the content on YouTube has been uploaded by individuals, although media companies including [[The Jim Henson Company]], [[Sesame Workshop]] and [[The_Walt_Disney_Company#The_Muppets_Studio_.282004-present.29|The Muppets Studio]] have uploaded materials to the website.
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'''YouTube''' is a video sharing website which allows users to upload and share videos. Created in February 2005, YouTube is now owned and operated as a subsidiary of [[Google]]. The site hosts a wide variety of user-generated video content, including movie clips, TV clips, and music videos, as well as amateur content such as video blogging and short original videos. Most of the content on YouTube has been uploaded by individuals, although media companies including [[The Jim Henson Company]], [[Sesame Workshop]] and [[The Walt Disney Company#The Muppets Studio (2004-present)|The Muppets Studio]] have uploaded materials to the website.
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==Appearances==
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*[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H7jtC8vjXw8 Youtube Rewind's Video of 2013] features cameos from various ''Sesame Street'' Muppets. [[Cookie Monster]] appears following a "Harlem Shake" scene, devouring the YouTube Rewind logo. [[Grover]] and a [[camel]] appear during a short scene with [[Macklemore]], filmed during his time on the ''Sesame Street'' set. The [[Two-Headed Monster]] also appear during the credits, referred to as "Horn and Hardart."
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==The Muppets==
 
==The Muppets==
 
[[File:Virals.JPG|thumb|300px|A promotional slide of the then upcoming YouTube videos, shown at the [[D23 Expo]] in 2009]]
 
[[File:Virals.JPG|thumb|300px|A promotional slide of the then upcoming YouTube videos, shown at the [[D23 Expo]] in 2009]]
 
:''See [[Muppet viral videos]]''
 
:''See [[Muppet viral videos]]''
The Muppets Studio started posted a [[Muppet viral videos|series of original web videos]] online in 2008 (many exclusive to the site). The first sets of videos were posted on YouTube accounts created for individual characters, including Sam the Eagle, Gonzo, Beaker, the Swedish Chef, Statler and Waldorf, Fozzie Bear, Rizzo the Rat and Dr. Bunsen Honeydew. In 2009, the videos were posted under a central Muppets Studio account on YouTube. Additional promotional videos have been posted to the channel as well.
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The Muppets Studio started posting a [[Muppet viral videos|series of original web videos]] online in 2008 (many exclusive to the site). The first sets of videos were posted on YouTube accounts created for individual characters, including Sam the Eagle, Gonzo, Beaker, the Swedish Chef, Statler and Waldorf, Fozzie Bear, Rizzo the Rat and Dr. Bunsen Honeydew. In 2009, the videos were posted under a central Muppets Studio account on YouTube. Additional promotional videos have been posted to the channel as well.
   
 
On November 10, 2011, The Muppets Studio channel was hacked. Their account picture and profile name were both changed for several hours, although the videos remained intact.
 
On November 10, 2011, The Muppets Studio channel was hacked. Their account picture and profile name were both changed for several hours, although the videos remained intact.
   
 
;YouTube channels
 
;YouTube channels
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*[http://www.youtube.com/user/muppetsstudio The Muppets (MuppetsStudio)]
*[http://www.youtube.com/user/muppetsstudio The Muppets Studio (muppetsstudio)]
 
 
*[http://www.youtube.com/user/patrioticeagle Sam Eagle (patrioticeagle)]
 
*[http://www.youtube.com/user/patrioticeagle Sam Eagle (patrioticeagle)]
 
*[http://www.youtube.com/user/meepmeepmeepow Beaker (meepmeepmeepow)]
 
*[http://www.youtube.com/user/meepmeepmeepow Beaker (meepmeepmeepow)]
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==Sesame Street==
 
==Sesame Street==
[[Image:SesameStreet YouTube Channel.jpg|thumb|300px|SesameStreet's YouTube Channel]]
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[[File:Youtube-elmo-20100924.png|thumb|300px|Elmo appeared in the logo on September 24, 2010]]
[[File:YouTube_Sesame_Street_Classics.png|thumb|300px|The Sesame Workshop channel's "Sesame Street Classics"]]
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[[Image:SesameStreet YouTube Channel.jpg|thumb|300px|SesameStreet's YouTube Channel, 2012]]
Sesame Workshop maintains their own YouTube channel featuring various clips from ''[[Sesame Street]]''. In July 2008, [[Sesame Workshop]] launched their own YouTube channel under the user name SesameStreet (which was registered in 2006).<ref>[http://www.reuters.com/article/technologyNews/idUSTRE4A97EB20081110 Hulu, YouTube, iTunes take a walk on Sesame Street]</ref> As of 2010, the channel features over 700 officially released videos clips, with new clips being added regularly. Many of the clips feature segments or excerpts from ''[[Sesame Street]]'' episodes, homevideos and other related productions. Several [[Sesame Street viral videos|exclusive YouTube videos]] have been released, it has been the home of the [[Put Down the Pacifier]] initiative, along with exclusive interactive "[[Ask Elmo]]" sessions.
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Sesame Workshop maintains their own YouTube channel featuring various clips from ''[[Sesame Street]]''. In July 2008, [[Sesame Workshop]] launched their own YouTube channel under the user name SesameStreet (which was registered in 2006).<ref>[http://www.reuters.com/article/technologyNews/idUSTRE4A97EB20081110 Hulu, YouTube, iTunes take a walk on Sesame Street]</ref> As of 2010, the channel features over 700 officially released videos clips, with new clips being added regularly. Many of the clips feature segments or excerpts from ''[[Sesame Street]]'' episodes, home videos and other related productions. Several [[Sesame Street viral videos|exclusive YouTube videos]] have been released, it has been the home of the [[Put Down the Pacifier]] initiative, along with exclusive interactive "[[Ask Elmo]]" sessions.
   
 
On September 24, 2010, an image of Elmo graced the official YouTube logo site-wide.
 
On September 24, 2010, an image of Elmo graced the official YouTube logo site-wide.
   
 
On October 16, 2011, the channel was hacked, with all its videos replaced with pornography. Due to the incident, the channel (and its videos) were unavailable for several hours.
 
On October 16, 2011, the channel was hacked, with all its videos replaced with pornography. Due to the incident, the channel (and its videos) were unavailable for several hours.
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In February 2013, the channel started a campaign to become the first non-profit organization and the first US children's company to receive one-billion total video views on YouTube. The goal was reached on March 6, 2013; to celebrate, the channel released the music video "[[Counting the "You"s in YouTube]]" staring [[Count von Count|the Count]].
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In June 2013, [http://www.youtube.com/user/sesamestreetepisodes/videos a new paid subscription channel] debuted, featuring select episodes from ''Sesame Street'' (seasons 35 to 38), ''[[The Electric Company]]'' (2009 revival) and ''[[Plaza Sésamo]]''.
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Telly is apprehensive of the site; learning that he's going to be on the site via ''[[5Facts]]'', he blurts out "you know the kind of stuff they have on YouTube? Ahhhhhhhh!"
   
 
;YouTube channel
 
;YouTube channel
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===Sesame Workshop===
 
===Sesame Workshop===
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[[File:YouTube_Sesame_Street_Classics.png|thumb|300px|The Sesame Workshop channel's "Sesame Street Classics"]]
 
In June 2012, [http://www.youtube.com/show/sesamestreet/videos?view=1 select episodes of ''Sesame Street''] (from [[season 40]] to [[season 42|42]]) were made available to purchase, as well as [http://www.youtube.com/show/sesamestreetclassics/videos?view=1 classic episodes].
 
In June 2012, [http://www.youtube.com/show/sesamestreet/videos?view=1 select episodes of ''Sesame Street''] (from [[season 40]] to [[season 42|42]]) were made available to purchase, as well as [http://www.youtube.com/show/sesamestreetclassics/videos?view=1 classic episodes].
   
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;YouTube channel
 
;YouTube channel
 
* [http://www.youtube.com/show/sesamestreetclassics Sesame Street Classics]
 
* [http://www.youtube.com/show/sesamestreetclassics Sesame Street Classics]
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* [http://www.youtube.com/user/sesamestreetepisodes Sesame Street: Full Episodes]
   
===Plaza Sésamo===
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===International===
Sesame Workshop also hosts a channel for ''[[Plaza Sésamo]]''. While the account has been registered since September 2006, official videos were not posted until July 2011.
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Sesame Workshop also hosts a channel for international versions of the show. ''[[Plaza Sésamo]]'''s (while the account has been registered since September 2006) officially uploaded videos in July 2011. A channel for ''[[Sesamstrasse]]'' debuted in January 2013.
   
 
;YouTube channel
 
;YouTube channel
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* [http://www.youtube.com/user/plazasesamo Plaza Sésamo (plazasesamo)]
 
* [http://www.youtube.com/user/plazasesamo Plaza Sésamo (plazasesamo)]
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* [http://www.youtube.com/user/SesamstrasseNDR Sesamstrasse (SesamstrasseNDR)]
   
 
===YouTube ads===
 
===YouTube ads===
In September 2012, Sesame Street released a series of YouTube ads that would play before various third-party sponsored videos on the site. The videos promoted the Sesame Street YouTube channel and featured [[Bert]], [[Grover]] and [[Cookie Monster]].
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In September 2012, Sesame Street released a series of YouTube ads that would play before various third-party sponsored videos on the site. The videos promoted the Sesame Street YouTube channel and featured [[Bert]], [[Grover]] and [[Cookie Monster]].
 
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<gallery>
 
File:Sesame Street Bert on YouTube|Bert ad
 
File:Sesame Street Bert on YouTube|Bert ad
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==The Jim Henson Company==
 
==The Jim Henson Company==
 
[[File:Youtube-timepiece-featured-aug2-2011.png|thumb|300px|''[[Time Piece]]'' featured on the YouTube home page in the Spotlight section on August 2, 2011.]]
 
[[File:Youtube-timepiece-featured-aug2-2011.png|thumb|300px|''[[Time Piece]]'' featured on the YouTube home page in the Spotlight section on August 2, 2011.]]
The Jim Henson Company also has a channel that showcases special videos and clips from their various productions. The company's channel showcases special videos and clips from their various productions. Exclusive full-episode previews of ''[[The Simian Undercover Detective Squad]]'' and ''[[Alt/Reality]]'' were first posted to the company's YouTube channel. Video episodes of the [[Henson.com]] podcast have also been released on the channel.
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The Jim Henson Company also has a channel that showcases special videos and clips from their various productions. Exclusive full-episode previews of ''[[The Simian Undercover Detective Squad]]'' and ''[[Alt/Reality]]'' were first posted to the company's YouTube channel. Video episodes of the [[Henson.com]] podcast have also been released on the channel.
   
 
The company is part of The Nerdist Channel, one of the upcoming channels on YouTube Original Channels.
 
The company is part of The Nerdist Channel, one of the upcoming channels on YouTube Original Channels.
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* [http://www.youtube.com/user/HensonCompany The Jim Henson Company (HensonCompany)]
 
* [http://www.youtube.com/user/HensonCompany The Jim Henson Company (HensonCompany)]
 
* [http://www.youtube.com/user/stuffedandunstrung Stuffed and Unstrung (stuffedandunstrung)]
 
* [http://www.youtube.com/user/stuffedandunstrung Stuffed and Unstrung (stuffedandunstrung)]
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===Jim Henson Family TV===
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[[File:Jim Henson Family TV Trailer|thumb|300px]]
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''Jim Henson Family TV'' is a paid channel from The Jim Henson Company. The channel features ad-free full episodes of Henson Company shows, including ''[[Sid the Science Kid]]'', ''[[Fraggle Rock]],'' ''[[The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss]]'', ''[[Construction Site]]'', ''[[Mother Goose Stories]]'', ''[[Animal Show]]'', ''[[The Hoobs]]'', ''[[The Skrumps]]'', ''[[Pajanimals]]'', ''[[Mopatop's Shop]]'', ''[[The Secret Life of Toys]]'', and ''[[Henson.com|The Henson.com Podcast]]''. The channel launched on May 9, [[2013]]. Launching on the same day, ''Jim Henson TV para la familia en espanol'' provides similar content in Spanish.
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* [http://www.youtube.com/JimHensonFamilyTV Jim Henson Family TV]
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* [http://www.youtube.com/HensonEnEspanol Jim Henson TV para la familia en espanol]
   
 
==References==
 
==References==
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*[[Sesame Street viral videos]]
 
*[[Sesame Street viral videos]]
 
*[[Ask Elmo]]
 
*[[Ask Elmo]]
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The Muppets have appeared in original segments (scripted, improv, or interview, but not coverage of news events) on the following YouTube channels:
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: [[The Archive of American Television]], [[AwesomenessTV]], [[Bare Feet with Mickela Mallozzi]], [[BuzzFeed]], [[CMA Country Christmas|Country Music Association]], [[Garmin]], [[Inside the Magic]], [[Moviefone Unscripted]], [[The Nerdist]], [[Nerdy Nummies]], [[New York Daily News]], [[Noir]], [[1D Day]], [[Pentatonix]], [[The Showbiz 411]], [[Tough Pigs]]
   
 
==Notes==
 
==Notes==
 
* Muppet Wiki does not maintain articles about fan videos posted to YouTube.
 
* Muppet Wiki does not maintain articles about fan videos posted to YouTube.
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==External links==
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* [[File:Kermiteye.png|20px|link=http://www.youtube.com/muppetwiki]] [http://www.youtube.com/muppetwiki Muppet Wiki on YouTube]
 
[[Category:Sesame Street Web Content]]
 
[[Category:Sesame Street Web Content]]
 
[[Category:The Muppets Web Content]]
 
[[Category:The Muppets Web Content]]
 
[[Category:Henson Company Web Content]]
 
[[Category:Henson Company Web Content]]
[[Category:Miscellaneous References]]
 
 
[[Category:Video On Demand Services]]
 
[[Category:Video On Demand Services]]
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[[Category:Online Appearances]]
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[[Category:Internet References]]

Latest revision as of 19:48, August 21, 2014

Muppets YouTube Channel

The Muppets YouTube channel, 2012.

YouTube is a video sharing website which allows users to upload and share videos. Created in February 2005, YouTube is now owned and operated as a subsidiary of Google. The site hosts a wide variety of user-generated video content, including movie clips, TV clips, and music videos, as well as amateur content such as video blogging and short original videos. Most of the content on YouTube has been uploaded by individuals, although media companies including The Jim Henson Company, Sesame Workshop and The Muppets Studio have uploaded materials to the website.

AppearancesEdit

The MuppetsEdit

Virals

A promotional slide of the then upcoming YouTube videos, shown at the D23 Expo in 2009

See Muppet viral videos

The Muppets Studio started posting a series of original web videos online in 2008 (many exclusive to the site). The first sets of videos were posted on YouTube accounts created for individual characters, including Sam the Eagle, Gonzo, Beaker, the Swedish Chef, Statler and Waldorf, Fozzie Bear, Rizzo the Rat and Dr. Bunsen Honeydew. In 2009, the videos were posted under a central Muppets Studio account on YouTube. Additional promotional videos have been posted to the channel as well.

On November 10, 2011, The Muppets Studio channel was hacked. Their account picture and profile name were both changed for several hours, although the videos remained intact.

YouTube channels

Sesame StreetEdit

Youtube-elmo-20100924

Elmo appeared in the logo on September 24, 2010

SesameStreet YouTube Channel

SesameStreet's YouTube Channel, 2012

Sesame Workshop maintains their own YouTube channel featuring various clips from Sesame Street. In July 2008, Sesame Workshop launched their own YouTube channel under the user name SesameStreet (which was registered in 2006).[1] As of 2010, the channel features over 700 officially released videos clips, with new clips being added regularly. Many of the clips feature segments or excerpts from Sesame Street episodes, home videos and other related productions. Several exclusive YouTube videos have been released, it has been the home of the Put Down the Pacifier initiative, along with exclusive interactive "Ask Elmo" sessions.

On September 24, 2010, an image of Elmo graced the official YouTube logo site-wide.

On October 16, 2011, the channel was hacked, with all its videos replaced with pornography. Due to the incident, the channel (and its videos) were unavailable for several hours.

In February 2013, the channel started a campaign to become the first non-profit organization and the first US children's company to receive one-billion total video views on YouTube. The goal was reached on March 6, 2013; to celebrate, the channel released the music video "Counting the "You"s in YouTube" staring the Count.

In June 2013, a new paid subscription channel debuted, featuring select episodes from Sesame Street (seasons 35 to 38), The Electric Company (2009 revival) and Plaza Sésamo.

Telly is apprehensive of the site; learning that he's going to be on the site via 5Facts, he blurts out "you know the kind of stuff they have on YouTube? Ahhhhhhhh!"

YouTube channel

Sesame WorkshopEdit

YouTube Sesame Street Classics

The Sesame Workshop channel's "Sesame Street Classics"

In June 2012, select episodes of Sesame Street (from season 40 to 42) were made available to purchase, as well as classic episodes.

Episodes
YouTube channel

InternationalEdit

Sesame Workshop also hosts a channel for international versions of the show. Plaza Sésamo's (while the account has been registered since September 2006) officially uploaded videos in July 2011. A channel for Sesamstrasse debuted in January 2013.

YouTube channel

YouTube adsEdit

In September 2012, Sesame Street released a series of YouTube ads that would play before various third-party sponsored videos on the site. The videos promoted the Sesame Street YouTube channel and featured Bert, Grover and Cookie Monster.

The Jim Henson CompanyEdit

Youtube-timepiece-featured-aug2-2011

Time Piece featured on the YouTube home page in the Spotlight section on August 2, 2011.

The Jim Henson Company also has a channel that showcases special videos and clips from their various productions. Exclusive full-episode previews of The Simian Undercover Detective Squad and Alt/Reality were first posted to the company's YouTube channel. Video episodes of the Henson.com podcast have also been released on the channel.

The company is part of The Nerdist Channel, one of the upcoming channels on YouTube Original Channels.

YouTube channels

Jim Henson Family TVEdit

Jim Henson Family TV Trailer00:57

Jim Henson Family TV Trailer

Jim Henson Family TV is a paid channel from The Jim Henson Company. The channel features ad-free full episodes of Henson Company shows, including Sid the Science Kid, Fraggle Rock, The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss, Construction Site, Mother Goose Stories, Animal Show, The Hoobs, The Skrumps, Pajanimals, Mopatop's Shop, The Secret Life of Toys, and The Henson.com Podcast. The channel launched on May 9, 2013. Launching on the same day, Jim Henson TV para la familia en espanol provides similar content in Spanish.

YouTube channels

ReferencesEdit

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SourcesEdit

  1. Hulu, YouTube, iTunes take a walk on Sesame Street

See alsoEdit

The Muppets have appeared in original segments (scripted, improv, or interview, but not coverage of news events) on the following YouTube channels:

The Archive of American Television, AwesomenessTV, Bare Feet with Mickela Mallozzi, BuzzFeed, Country Music Association, Garmin, Inside the Magic, Moviefone Unscripted, The Nerdist, Nerdy Nummies, New York Daily News, Noir, 1D Day, Pentatonix, The Showbiz 411, Tough Pigs

NotesEdit

  • Muppet Wiki does not maintain articles about fan videos posted to YouTube.

External linksEdit

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