Hey news hounds! Did you know that you don’t have to wait for the evening news to get your fix of what’s going on in the world, video style? YouTube has a great news shows that you can watch whenever you want. Here are 10 YouTube news shows you can’t miss.
Auto-Tune The News
Auto-Tune The News may not be the most serious newscast on the planet, but it’s still a must see for news fanatics. In this lighthearted series, the Gregory Brothers “songify” popular news stories, auto-tuning the likes of newscasters, politicians and even presidents! Check out their most recent episode, starring Weezer, below.
Good Morning America
Good Morning America uploads all kinds of exciting content to their YouTube including interviews, breaking news, recipes and more. Think lighthearted, happy, good way to start your morning content. Click here to check out their exclusive interview with JetBlue flight attendant Steven Slater, as he looks back at his meltdown back in August.
ITN News is a popular UK and international news source, updating frequently throughout the day with breaking and interesting news stories. Fancy a one-way trip to Mars?
The Young Turks
The Young Turks is the largest online news show in the world. The show offers a young, progressive look at all types of news from politics to entertainment, sports, pop culture and everything in between. They pride themselves in being very direct and delivering the news in a straightforward and honest way. Check out one of The Young Turks’ recent episodes below.
ABC World News With Diane Sawyer
If you are interested in finding out what’s new in world news and events then check out ABC World News with Diane Sawyer on YouTube. Click here to check out Diane’s recent piece about the Supreme Court’s First Women, in which she talks with Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Sandra Day O’Conner, in the video below.
20/20 on YouTube brings you hard-hitting investigative reports, human-interest stories, and interviews from the popular broadcast show. Click here to check out 20/20’s segment on bullies in America’s schools on YouTube.
You can also watch news stories from ABC’s Nightline on YouTube. Whether you didn’t get a chance to watch the show on television, or prefer to watch your news online during the day, you can find a lot of interesting Nightline content on YouTube. Click here to watch the clip below.
New York Times TimesCast
The New York Times also broadcasts video news content on YouTube with their TimesCast. The TimesCast, which is uploaded daily, serves as an overview of the day’s most important news.
And finally, ABC offers clips from This Week with Chritiane Amanpour on YouTube as well. The show includes interviews, round table discussions, political commentary and more. Click here to see a recent This Week show on the upcoming elections.