Thefindings indicated that the combination of sounds and pictures from YouTube canenhancethe process of learning, while making it enjoyable and entertaining. Therefore, YouTubeshould be considered as one of the effective instructional tools for enhancing EFLcollege student learning, as well as considered an important teaching instrument to be usedin English reading classrooms.Within the context of EFL reading comprehension acquisition, YouTube gives a lot ofbenefits to both teachers and students. For students, using YouTube can increasevocabulary (Hakim, 2016; Jafre, Rezaee, Abdullah, & Singh, 2011; Kabooha & Elyas,2015), which helps students to understand the lessons better (Almurashi, 2016;BuzzettoMore, 2012). YouTube also increases students’ motivation (Alm, 2006; Chen, 2013;Fleck, Beckman, Sterns & Hussey, 2014; Alhaj & Banfi, 2015; Bravo, Amante, Simo,Enache & Fernandez, 2009; Malhiwsky, 2010). It provides authentic materials (Chhabra,2012; Kelsen, 2009; Malhiwsky, 2010; Mayora, 2009; Pong, 2010; Watkins & Wilkins,2011; Brook, 2011; Oddone, 2011) to help students to become involved in real lifesituations and trains students to think critically (Balan, 2012; June, Yaacob & Kheng,2014). Besides, YouTub not only enhances students’ reading comprehension skills butalso develops their listening skills (Boutkhil, Chellali & Ibtissam, 2015). It promotes alearning style that is more autonomous and learner-centered (Brook, 2011; Dieu,Campbell & Ammann, 2006; Jones & Cuthrell, 2011) as well as providing students witha chance to involve meaningfully in the target language (Terantino, 2011) and feel morecomfortable. As a whole, YouTube offers the students a new way to practice and immersethemselves in the learning process (Alwehaibi, 2015; Baniabdelrahman, 2013; Fee &Budde-Sung, 2014).