Youtube Video Awards 2006 Winners - gHacks Tech News

Youtube Video Awards 2006 Winners

You may know that YouTube users could vote for the most popular videos on the video hosting site for the last five days out of a pre-selection that Google made.

You had to pick your favorites out of a selection of ten videos in each category, with YouTube accumulating scores after the period to present the winners to the public.

Now, after all votes have been cast Youtube presents the Winners of the 2006 Video Awards in the categories Most Creative, Best Comedy, Best Commentary, Best Series, Best Music Video, Most Inspirational and Most Adorable.

The videos below are in the same order in case you are wondering. Without further ado, here are the Youtube Video Awards 2006 Winners, enjoy the show:

After being kicked out on the street, Anthony has to start his life over.

The title says it all. It was the sun, I tells ya. This will be the last of the worst. If that makes any sense. I just had to get this one out of my system.

The Ninja explains podcasting to people over the age of 12.

A music video, no description available. Update: By Terra Naomi, now available on CD and online music stores such as iTunes. Seems highly popular with over 4.5 million views until today.

This is my Master's Thesis Animation, which I completed while I was at The School of Visual Arts, MFA Computer Art, in New York City. Created using Maya, After Effects, and rigged using The Setup Machine by Anzovin studios

Update: We had to remove two videos from the listing as they have been removed either by YouTube, by rights-holders, or by the original uploaders.

Update 2: You can check out the playlists from this YouTube user who seems to have added all videos that were considered for best video of the year to playlists. Just visit the site and watch all the videos in the playlists. Note that it is likely that some of the videos found here are not available anymore, but the majority of them will be.


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