Fisher-Price's New-Year's Babies Go Viral

Google's 'Year in Search 2014' Finally Tops YouTube's Look Backl

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"Year in Search 2014," Google's emotional recap of the trillions of searches we've made over the past year, has finally beat Google's YouTube for the number one spot on the Visible Measures Viral Video Chart, the latest edition of which covers the week ending on Sunday. The short video displays some of the most searched terms, events, and people this year, including Ebola, #BringBackOurGirls and the Winter Olympics. While last week it remained at No. 4 on the chart, its views in the week including New Year's Eve rose 30%, enough to top the competition.

YouTube's "Turn Down for 2014" stayed strong at no. 2 with 6.9 million views, however, marking its fourth week on the chart.

Newcomers include a video from AT&T tied to the inaugural college football playoffs. The debut of its College Football Legends campaign brought in more than 5 million views over the past week, according to Visible Measures, putting it at No. 3 on the chart.

And Fisher-Price's new campaign documenting the births of the first babies of 2015 all around the world came in at No. 10, with more than 2 million views since its release on New Year's Day. Learn more about the campaign here.

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