Definition of vlog
: a blog that contains video material
Recent Examples of vlog from the Web
Check out today’s Instagram story for a vlog teaser for tomorrow.
Recently Bryan and Missy Lanning, who run the vlog Daily Bumps, caught their two sons on camera making what might just be the world's most adorable jailbreak.
In the newest phase of his life, Eric Menk is managing a podcast and a YouTube vlog about basketball and his personal life.
UO decathlete Mitch Modin gets away from track and into the woods for his latest vlog.
Offering advice from other moms, 3-D imagery from your ultrasounds, locations of baby prep classes, helpful articles, the ability to post vlogs (video blogs) and, most importantly, introductions to mommy gal pals.
And in the documentary, which was released this week on Red, YouTube’s subscription service, Gorgeous offers a new level of intimacy not seen in her usual makeup tutorials, vlogs, and story-time videos.
This techie vlog takes cues from the top Dugg stories each week with couchside commentary by Digg-founder Kevin Rose and co-host Alex Albrecht.
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Origin and Etymology of vlog
video + bornlog
First Known Use: 2002See Words from the same year
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