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YouTube Studios Aim to Increase Viewershipi
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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.


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