YouTube turned songs like Gangnam Style and Harlem Shake into global hits, but now Universal Music Group is hoping to use Google's video site as the launchpad for a new generation of music stars.
The stall is jumbled high with T-shirts: short-sleeved grey marl, and white and black, all printed with album covers, with live photographs, tour dates set out against red, white and blue.
It's not uncommon for sketch groups to shed members, as people start pulling in different creative directions.
To start with, the thing most often said of Nicolas Cage: he is weird-looking, with constituent parts that don't promise to add up to a movie star.
Britain's biggest musicians' union has entered the growing row over Spotify, demanding that the music streaming service draw up a new minimum pay deal for artists.
Why does anyone dream about being a princess? Traditionally, they make the dullest of movie heroines: skipping around being sweet and innocent, falling victim to wicked stepmothers, waiting to be transformed by the magnificent attention of a handsome prince.
In the 1980s in Anchorage, Alaska, Robert Hansen kidnapped 30 women, then took them into the wilderness where he shot and buried them.
A privacy advocacy group has asked the US Federal Trade Commission to investigate the app created for Jay-Z's new album, Magna Carta Holy Grail.
The colourfully customised 1965 Porsche is expected to fetch more than £260,000 at an auction in December
A film about the controversial Italian film director Pier Paolo Pasolini by the controversial film director Abel Ferrera
A taster of what to expect from the final series of Downton, which starts on Sunday