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will.i.am on How to Make Money with Music 4:5
will.i.am on How to Make Money with Music
Published: 5 year ago
In a clip from a longer interview, producer and Black Eyed Peas founded will.i.am discusses digital music and how musicians can make money in an era of free and cheap downloads and YouTube. Click her...
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella: How I Work 2:15
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella: How I Work
Published: 2 year ago
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella spoke to The Wall Street Journal about how he runs meetings and picks hires--and whether he'd rather go to a Clippers game with Steve Ballmer or play bridge with Bill Gates...
Olympian Jason Brown Breaks Down Figure Skating's Six Jumps 2:45
Olympian Jason Brown Breaks Down Figure Skating's Six Jumps
Published: 2 week ago
Figure skater Jason Brown demonstrates and explains the differences between the six jumps in every skater’s arsenal. Photo: Adam Falk/The Wall Street Journal Don’t miss a WSJ video, subscribe her...
Marching Band 'Moonwalks' for Michael Jackson 1:26
Marching Band 'Moonwalks' for Michael Jackson
Published: 4 year ago
During halftime of an Ohio State football game versus Iowa, the marching band pays tribute to a Michael Jackson by forming a moving moonwalk. Click here to subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/14Q...
The New SAT Exam: Five Things to Know 2:14
The New SAT Exam: Five Things to Know
Published: 3 year ago
High school students applying to college will take the new SAT exam beginning in 2016. The changes to the test are significant. Here’s what you need to know. Subscribe to the WSJ channel here: ht...
Five Ways to Know Your Dog Loves You 2:45
Five Ways to Know Your Dog Loves You
Published: 4 year ago
Neuroscientist and author Gregory Burns has five ways to test your dog's loyalty to you without using an MRI. WSJ's Billy Higgins puts his three-year-old yellow Labrador to the test. Give it a try and...
Super Bowl 2015: Domestic Violence PSA 1:1
Super Bowl 2015: Domestic Violence PSA
Published: 3 year ago
The National Football League's ad firm has created this public service announcement for No More, an umbrella organization working to combat domestic violence and sexual assault. Subscribe to the WSJ ...
Norway's Prime Minister Turns Taxi Driver | Jens Stoltenberg Drives A Cab 3:18
Norway's Prime Minister Turns Taxi Driver | Jens Stoltenberg Drives A Cab
Published: 5 year ago
Norway's Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg released a humorous campaign video of himself going undercover as a taxi driver, ahead of elections in September 2013. Click here to subscribe to our channel:...
Randy Pausch's; A Final Farewell 5:14
Randy Pausch's; A Final Farewell
Published: 10 year ago
Professor Pausch sits down with Jeff Zaslow and discusses his turmoil with death and how he's leaving his family.
'Hamilton' Creator Lin-Manuel Miranda's Advice for Student 3:8
'Hamilton' Creator Lin-Manuel Miranda's Advice for Student
Published: 2 year ago
"Hamilton" creator Lin-Manuel Miranda visits the Bronx Theater High School on Tuesday to talk about the creative process and answer student questions about writing and performing the Broadway musical....
Tips on Bargaining in China 4:7
Tips on Bargaining in China
Published: 10 year ago
Watch and learn how to bargain at Beijing's Silk Street Pearl Market. As WSJ's Andy Jordan shows us, "a little more" is an unofficial sport in the Chinese capital. (July 25)
President Obama Surprises Joe Biden With Medal of Freedom 7:5
President Obama Surprises Joe Biden With Medal of Freedom
Published: 1 year ago
In a special sendoff, President Barack Obama surprised his vice president, Joe Biden, by awarding him with the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest civilian honor in the U.S. Photo: AP Subscrib...
Can You Afford Steph Curry's House? 2:49
Can You Afford Steph Curry's House?
Published: 2 year ago
Golden State Warrior Steph Curry has listed his Orinda, Calif., home for $3.895 million, a few months after moving into a larger home in a nearby town. WSJ's Candace Taylor joins Tanya Rivero with a p...
Dramatic Result for Classic Painting's Restoration 2:56
Dramatic Result for Classic Painting's Restoration
Published: 4 year ago
Gustave Caillebotte's famous painting "Paris Street; Rainy Day" was recently restored by the Art Institute of Chicago. The restoration's dramatic results are chronicled in this video produced by the A...
Left Behind: Young Children on Their Own in China 6:5
Left Behind: Young Children on Their Own in China
Published: 4 year ago
In some of China's poorest regions, millions of adults have fled their villages in search of work, leaving behind young children who must fend for themselves. WSJ's Andrew Browne reports. Photo: Gille...
This Robot Is Changing How We Cure Diseases 3:21
This Robot Is Changing How We Cure Diseases
Published: 4 year ago
Visit the full project at http://wsj.com/trials Every week at an NIH drug-testing lab, a robotics system performs millions of experiments faster and with greater precision than any human could. The s...
Nepal Races to Develop Himalayan Hydropower​ 3:20
Nepal Races to Develop Himalayan Hydropower​
Published: 9 month ago
Nepal is ramping up its development of hydroelectric power plants in the Himalayas, but building in the region can be risky work. Photo: Brian Sokol for The Wall Street Journal Subscribe to the WSJ c...
Genre Hopping with Chris Thile 4:36
Genre Hopping with Chris Thile
Published: 4 year ago
Mandolinist Chris Thile explores the pliable differences between traditional and contemporary music styles, performance, and audience engagement. Click here to subscribe to our channel: ‪http://bit...
Goldman Sachs Jobs: How Graduates Get Hired 2:30
Goldman Sachs Jobs: How Graduates Get Hired
Published: 4 year ago
Goldman Sachs only accepts around three percent of job applicants. Who gets hired? How much are they paid? WSJ's Jason Bellini has #TheShortAnswer on what college students considering investment banki...
Pregnant Robot Gives Birth: Tech Meets Medicine 0:3
Pregnant Robot Gives Birth: Tech Meets Medicine
Published: 1 year ago
Meet Victoria, one of most technologically advanced and highly realistic "patient simulators" on the market. Watch her give birth via emergency c-section, as part of a medical training exercise. WSJ's...