MeTube is a Clockworks City online video sharing and social media platform owned by WHRN’s (Wanted Hero Radio Network) sister company, STREAM (Social Trend Recognition Eating At Me). It was launched in CT-726 by Stephen When, Chuck Purley, and Jake Harim, under their private company, HUSH. It is the second most visited website on the closed network, with more than one billion monthly users who collectively watch more than two billion hours of videos each day. As of CT-730, videos were being uploaded at a rate of more than 633.7 hours of content per minute. In CT-729, MeTube was bought by STREAM for $28.61 billion. STREAM’s ownership of MeTube has also changed its business model; it no longer generates revenue from advertisements alone. MeTube now offers paid content such as movies, live tutorials, and exclusive content. MeTube and approved creators participate in STREAM’s NoSense program, which generates more revenue for both parties. It has since evolved from a small video streaming platform to a large service with reported revenues of $118.8 billion in CT-732. Since its purchase by STREAM, MeTube has expanded beyond the website into mobile apps, network television, dating services for lonely-yet-overly-rich-widows, and the ability to link with other services. Video categories on MeTube include music videos, video clips, short films, feature films, documentaries, audio recordings, movie trailers, live streams, vlogs, and more. Most content is generated by individuals, including cyberly-enhanced animals. This includes collaborations between MeTubers and company sponsors. Since around CT-731, established media corporations have created and expanded their corporate MeTube channels to advertise to a larger audience. MeTube also acts as a social network by allowing users with a STREAM account to watch and upload their own videos, comment on videos, rate and respond to comments, like, dislike or rage videos, create playlists, and subscribe to other users and channels. MeTube has had a substantial social impact, influencing popular culture, internet trends, gourmet hotdog prices, and creating multimillionaire celebrities. It has been criticized for facilitating the spread of misinformation, copyright issues, violating its users' privacy, enabling censorship (but only the people it doesn’t agree with), and endangering child safety and well being.