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Your question is a bit open ended. You want to learn about "stocks" and "market". The second one is a blanket term, but I'll share what I have been doing as, like you, I too prefer videos/audios over reading books.
For past one year, I have been very actively listening to financial podcasts, reading investopedia, taking classes on Coursera (I avoided Udemy so as not to pay for courses). After gleaning through various resources, I settled on the following:
I listened to other podcasts and finally settled on these two. I particularly like  for the in depth analysis on markets from each guests perspective/expertise.
Classes:  Understanding Financial Markets: https://www.coursera.org/learn/understanding-financial-marke...  Introduction to Finance: https://www.coursera.org/specializations/valuation-investmen...
I took only one course in , couple of years back and it was very helpful.
Sites:  Investopedia.
Keeping in mind that you are a beginner.
I do not invest money in stocks. As @brianpgordon mentioned below, it is very hard to beat the market, especially for a beginner. I only put money in ETF's and low cost index funds. But listening and or reading above resources keeps me educated about this field.
Personal Opinion: "The Intelligent Investor" is very dense and is not for casual investor. Read it only if you are serious about this subject.
EDIT: Edited too many general statements.