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YouTube launches Canadian site

YouTube, the world’s most popular online video community to watch and share originally created content, announced the launch of its local Canadian site, YouTube.ca

YouTube Canada will offer Canadians video content from around the world through a local interface that promotes the content most relevant to them.

The site’s localized search features emphasize content produced in Canada such as promoted videos, featured videos sections on the homepage, where users will also be able to watch a welcome video to the site created by popular Canadian YouTube user, TheWineKone.

With local search features such as promoted videos, featured videos, and homepage promotions, YouTube Canada makes it even faster and easier for the local Canadian YouTube community to quickly search and view video content most relevant to them. Additionally, Content uploaded by users in Canada will show up as "top favourites" and "recommended content" on the YouTube Canada site, creating a new space for the national community and giving Canadian users the opportunity to increase their exposure and become local stars, and increasing their exposure within the YouTube international community as well.

YouTube users in Canada will also have the ability to connect with and inspire YouTube’s overall global community, the largest online video community in the world.

"We’re very excited to bring a local version of YouTube to Canada, and are committed to continuing to improve the YouTube experience for our Canadian users," said Chad Hurley, CEO and co-founder of YouTube. "Our goal is to satisfy the unique needs of the local users and to further strengthen Canada’s vibrant YouTube community."

Over time, YouTube Canada will benefit from an entirely "local" experience highlighting and featuring the content and functionality most desired by our Canadian users.

In preparation for this launch, YouTube has already signed various relationships with content partners in Canada – who have established or are establishing YouTube Channels – including Dose.ca, CBC, CFL, CommandN, NewsCanada, UNICEF, and SONY BMG Canada.

Presenting at the special launch in Toronto were popular local YouTube users thewinekone, mememolly, picnicface and galacticast; as well as CBC (<a href="http://www.youtube.com/cbctv">youtube.com/cbctv</a>), Dose.ca (<a href="http://www.youtube.com/doseca">youtube.com/doseca</a>), NewsCanada
(<a href="http://www.youtube.com/info4yourlife">youtube.com/intoyourlife</a>), and CommandN TV (<a href="http://www.youtube.com/commandn">youtube.com/commandn</a>).

<font size=1>Source: CNW Group</font>

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Front Page, Technology News

YouTube launches Canadian site

YouTube, the world’s most popular online video community to watch and share originally created content, announced the launch of its local Canadian site, YouTube.ca

YouTube Canada will offer Canadians video content from around the world through a local interface that promotes the content most relevant to them.

The site’s localized search features emphasize content produced in Canada such as promoted videos, featured videos sections on the homepage, where users will also be able to watch a welcome video to the site created by popular Canadian YouTube user, TheWineKone.

With local search features such as promoted videos, featured videos, and homepage promotions, YouTube Canada makes it even faster and easier for the local Canadian YouTube community to quickly search and view video content most relevant to them. Additionally, Content uploaded by users in Canada will show up as "top favourites" and "recommended content" on the YouTube Canada site, creating a new space for the national community and giving Canadian users the opportunity to increase their exposure and become local stars, and increasing their exposure within the YouTube international community as well.

YouTube users in Canada will also have the ability to connect with and inspire YouTube’s overall global community, the largest online video community in the world.

"We’re very excited to bring a local version of YouTube to Canada, and are committed to continuing to improve the YouTube experience for our Canadian users," said Chad Hurley, CEO and co-founder of YouTube. "Our goal is to satisfy the unique needs of the local users and to further strengthen Canada’s vibrant YouTube community."

Over time, YouTube Canada will benefit from an entirely "local" experience highlighting and featuring the content and functionality most desired by our Canadian users.

In preparation for this launch, YouTube has already signed various relationships with content partners in Canada – who have established or are establishing YouTube Channels – including Dose.ca, CBC, CFL, CommandN, NewsCanada, UNICEF, and SONY BMG Canada.

Presenting at the special launch in Toronto were popular local YouTube users thewinekone, mememolly, picnicface and galacticast; as well as CBC (<a href="http://www.youtube.com/cbctv">youtube.com/cbctv</a>), Dose.ca (<a href="http://www.youtube.com/doseca">youtube.com/doseca</a>), NewsCanada
(<a href="http://www.youtube.com/info4yourlife">youtube.com/intoyourlife</a>), and CommandN TV (<a href="http://www.youtube.com/commandn">youtube.com/commandn</a>).

<font size=1>Source: CNW Group</font>

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Front Page, Technology News

YouTube launches Canadian site

YouTube, the world’s most popular online video community to watch and share originally created content, announced the launch of its local Canadian site, YouTube.ca

YouTube Canada will offer Canadians video content from around the world through a local interface that promotes the content most relevant to them.

The site’s localized search features emphasize content produced in Canada such as promoted videos, featured videos sections on the homepage, where users will also be able to watch a welcome video to the site created by popular Canadian YouTube user, TheWineKone.

With local search features such as promoted videos, featured videos, and homepage promotions, YouTube Canada makes it even faster and easier for the local Canadian YouTube community to quickly search and view video content most relevant to them. Additionally, Content uploaded by users in Canada will show up as "top favourites" and "recommended content" on the YouTube Canada site, creating a new space for the national community and giving Canadian users the opportunity to increase their exposure and become local stars, and increasing their exposure within the YouTube international community as well.

YouTube users in Canada will also have the ability to connect with and inspire YouTube’s overall global community, the largest online video community in the world.

"We’re very excited to bring a local version of YouTube to Canada, and are committed to continuing to improve the YouTube experience for our Canadian users," said Chad Hurley, CEO and co-founder of YouTube. "Our goal is to satisfy the unique needs of the local users and to further strengthen Canada’s vibrant YouTube community."

Over time, YouTube Canada will benefit from an entirely "local" experience highlighting and featuring the content and functionality most desired by our Canadian users.

In preparation for this launch, YouTube has already signed various relationships with content partners in Canada – who have established or are establishing YouTube Channels – including Dose.ca, CBC, CFL, CommandN, NewsCanada, UNICEF, and SONY BMG Canada.

Presenting at the special launch in Toronto were popular local YouTube users thewinekone, mememolly, picnicface and galacticast; as well as CBC (<a href="http://www.youtube.com/cbctv">youtube.com/cbctv</a>), Dose.ca (<a href="http://www.youtube.com/doseca">youtube.com/doseca</a>), NewsCanada
(<a href="http://www.youtube.com/info4yourlife">youtube.com/intoyourlife</a>), and CommandN TV (<a href="http://www.youtube.com/commandn">youtube.com/commandn</a>).

<font size=1>Source: CNW Group</font>

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