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YouTube Joins Shame Game, Says Slow Video ISPs' Fault

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July 5, 2014
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YouTube now alerts viewers when it thinks streaming speeds are affected by Internet server providers. Video provided by Newsy


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Why Google-Owned YouTube Wants to Buy Gaming Video Site Twitch

Why Google-Owned YouTube Wants to Buy Gaming Video Site Twitch

TheStreet (May 19, 2014) — Google-owned YouTube is reportedly in talks to buy Twitch for as much as $1 billion, nearly as much as the $1.65 billion deal for YouTube itself in 2006. Here's why the largest internet name in the world would want a relatively obscure startup. First, Twitch is the leading online platform for gamers to stream and broadcast videogame play. The site boasts 45 million unique monthly users, one million of those who actively create and upload their own content. Second, Twitch is the fourth-largest source of broadband traffic in primetime hours, even beating out Facebook and Hulu. Finally, Twitch users' levels of engagement are higher than those who use YouTube. Video provided by TheStreet
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Netflix CEO Calls For Net Neutrality, Blasts Abusive ISPs

Netflix CEO Calls For Net Neutrality, Blasts Abusive ISPs

Newsy (Mar. 21, 2014) — In a blog post this week, Netflix CEO Reed Hastings advocated for Net Neutrality and took ISPs to task for not doing the same. Video provided by Newsy
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YouTube Announces New Tools For Video Creators

YouTube Announces New Tools For Video Creators

Newsy (May 25, 2014) — YouTube is planning new apps, crowdfunding and subtitle projects for YouTube videographers. Video provided by Newsy
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Nintendo Changed Gaming World, but Its Future Uncertain: Upstone

Nintendo Changed Gaming World, but Its Future Uncertain: Upstone

AFP (Apr. 19, 2014) — The Nintendo Game Boy celebrates its 25th anniversary Monday and game expert Stephen Upstone says the console can be credited with creating a trend towards handheld gaming devices. Duration: 01:21 Video provided by AFP
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