Arts & Entertainment

    YouTube Studios Aim to Increase Viewershipi
    X
    March 11, 2013 9:39 PM
    YouTube no longer shows mostly home videos of cute babies and pets. Recently, it opened high tech production studios in London, New York, Los Angeles and Tokyo. The aim is to improve the quality of what’s on YouTube at a time when the Internet is becoming the main source of entertainment for the younger generation in many parts of the world. Elizabeth Lee reports from Los Angeles, the home of YouTube’s flagship studio.

    YouTube Studios Aim to Increase Viewership

    Published March 11, 2013

    YouTube no longer shows mostly home videos of cute babies and pets. Recently, it opened high tech production studios in London, New York, Los Angeles and Tokyo. The aim is to improve the quality of what’s on YouTube at a time when the Internet is becoming the main source of entertainment for the younger generation in many parts of the world. Elizabeth Lee reports from Los Angeles, the home of YouTube’s flagship studio.


    You May Like

    California Republicans Mull Choices in Presidential Race

    Ted Cruz tells state's Republican Convention delegates campaign will be 'battle on the ground, district by district by district,' ahead of June 7 primary

    Video Kurdish Football Team Helps War-Torn City Cope

    With conflict still raging across much of Turkey’s predominantly Kurdish southeast, many Kurds are trying to escape turmoil by focusing on success of football team Amedspor

    South African Company Designs Unique Solar Cooker

    Two-man team of solar power technologists introduces Sol4, hot plate that heats up so fast it’s like cooking with gas or electricity