\ˈvlȯg, ˈvläg\

Definition of vlog 

: a blog that contains video material

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Other Words from vlog

vlog verb
vlogger noun

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Logan Paul may have ended his daily vlogs, but the YouTuber is joining the growing ranks of online personalities creating and starring in their own documentary series. Megan Farokhmanesh, The Verge, "Logan Paul is filming a documentary about his controversial 2018," 5 July 2018 Her YouTube channel is filled with wanderlust-inspiring GoPro vlogs of her surfing, skiing, and training while her Instagram has tons of selfies mid-sport. Tess Koman, Cosmopolitan, "11 Things to Know About Julia Mancuso, Five-Time Olympic Alpine Skier," 9 Jan. 2018 In the two years since Christopher has been running BrianChristopherSlots, he's produced more than 1,100 thousand vlogs of himself gambling, mostly on slot machines, and racked up 50,000,000 views and 80,000 subscribers. Taylor Lorenz, The Atlantic, "Gambling Channels Are The Latest Victims Of YouTube's Arbitrary Moderation Process," 6 June 2018 Although Paul appears excited to be turning a new leaf, his most controversial vlog to date still looms in the rearview mirror. Abby Jones, Billboard, "Logan Paul Announces He's Quitting Daily Vlogs: Watch," 1 May 2018 Former University of Oregon athlete Mitch Modin takes viewers through his second day of training in his return to the decathlon in this vlog. OregonLive.com, "Intensity of feelings about the Hayward project becomes public: Oregon track & field rundown," 1 June 2018 Following her Vogue cover, Rihanna starred a vlog of her doing her makeup using a magenta and orange Fenty eye shimmer palette. Sarah Spellings, The Cut, "Rihanna Teases New Summery Fenty Beauty Collection," 15 May 2018 They were best known for their vlog series Computer Show, which mostly parodied American internet culture. Louise Matsakis, WIRED, "Did YouTube Phenomenon Poppy Steal Her Style From Another Star?," 9 May 2018 Song’s current ventures include her popular fashion and lifestyle blog, a YouTube vlog, her jewelry line, and a clothing line. Samantha Leach, Glamour, "After Almost a Decade, Aimee Song's Influence Is More Bankable Than Ever," 25 Apr. 2018

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First Known Use of vlog

2002, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for vlog

video + blog

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