Jan 012015
’2014 In 4 Minutes’ Covers Everything That Happened Over The Past Year

It’s finally 2015, the year of Back To The Future. To properly say good bye to 2014 forever, film maker Ryan James Yezak put together this epic compilation video. Somehow, he packed nearly every important story and memorable event into just four minutes, covering iconic news stories, political scandals, Internet viral videos, celebrities, memes, pop music, and more! 


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Dec 292014
2014 In One Minute Music Video Is The Trippiest Year In Review Video Out There

Now is the time when everyone is making year in review videos. Most are serious compilations of the year’s most famous events, news stories, and Internet memes. But this outrageous video by Animation Domination High-Def is just a little bit different. The wrap up video is only one minute long, but that might be all it takes to melt your brain.


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Dec 292014
The Most Read And Edited Wikipedia Articles In 2014

Everyone else seems to be doing it, so the Wikimedia Foundation decided to jump in the pool. For the first time ever, the world’s most popular encyclopedia made a year in review video, covering the most read and edited articles for 2014. From unrest across the globe to the Ice Bucket Challenge to Ebola in West Africa, a lot has happened over the past 12 months. 


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Dec 272014
Best News Bloopers Of 2014

There sure have been a lot of hilarious news bloopers over the past year. With the Internet, it’s easy to get lost watching bloopers all day. But where can you find the best ones? To end the year right, News Be Funny sifted through countless news reports from 2014 to put together this hilarious, best news bloopers compilation


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Dec 262014
Top 33 Pop Songs Of 2014 In 3 minutes

The year is finally ending. Time to review all of the best from the past 12 months. Film maker Eric Thayne teamed up with musicians Ashley Hess, David Osmand, and James Curran to cover the best pop songs from 2014. They found 33 songs that they felt deserved recognition and packed them all into this three minute music video montage.  


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