MealtimeVideos cultivates videos that are perfect to enjoy over a meal and labels them based on the length of the video.
Bad Lip Reading comes out with a new video every month or two, offering hilarious dubbings of popular movies and TV shows
Brings you user-generated content, videos that don't get a lot of online buzz but are worth watching.
Video essays are beautifully crafted arguments that focus on film and popular culture.
The New York Times YouTube channel offers more than just news–––it offers travel videos, entertainment analyses, and more.
Exurb1a takes a surreal yet, somehow, down-to-earth approach to philosophy. His videos open up a lot of existential questions while still making you laugh.
The TED Talks YouTube channel makes it easy for you to watch the latest TED talks.
A must-add to any YouTube watchlist––he goes through and debunks fake viral videos
Kurzgesagt's video make complicated scientific concepts comprehensible, and their animations are wonderful.
Vlog Brothers offer their take on news, science, popular media, and more in these bite-sized videos.
Wisecrack examines the philosophies that underpin popular TV shows, music, and movies.
CineFix offers all sorts of content about movies: comparing books to their film adaptations, homemade movie replicas, top lists, and more.
Wendover Productions makes logistics fun––really. This channel explains how airlines work, how shipping works, and much more
/r/Videos is a user-generated, constantly-updated source for new videos. The sites voting algorithm makes sure that only the best videos appear at the top of the list.