VidCon is an annual conference for digital video founded in 2010 by Hank Green. It meets each summer in Anaheim and features top digital creators, primarily from YouTube. It functions both as an industry gathering and a massive fan event, and has also bridge the area in between for budding creators looking to learn from their idols.
VidCon Europe announces its YouTube headliners
Global domination, imminent.
Why YouTube needs #WCW Ahsante Bean
'Injustice anywhere is injustice everywhere.'
YouTuber Calum McSwiggan says he did not fake attack, despite police claims
'I did not think...that I would be treated as a criminal.'
YouTube star Calum McSwiggan said he was attacked outside of gay bar; police say he injured himself
A friend of the gay YouTuber says the attackers used to social media to locate him.
Don't spy on your kids and other social media lessons from VidCon
Building trust in the age of a million apps.
VidCon 2016 was all about bridging the gap between creators and fans
From livestreaming to brands to increased security, VidCon felt different in 2016.