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YouTube to offer Wimbledon coverage

YouTube is to take on the mighty BBC with its own coverage of the Wimbledon Tennis Championships.


Windows Phone gets YouTube app, to Google’s annoyance

Windows Phone users now have a proper YouTube app for their mobile platform of choice. Unfortunately, Google has demanded that Microsoft take it down due to terms of service violations.


Google TV gets software boost

Google has announced software upgrades for Google TV and a new release schedule that should keep it up to date alongside other Google products.


YouTube launches paid channels

YouTube has launched its paid channels, with an initial 53 channels offering video for a monthly subscription.


YouTube readies subscription service

YouTube is about to try charging for some of its speciality channels, according to reports.


UK watching more online video than ever

Viewers in the UK are watching over 200 million hours of online video per month, says a new report.


YouTube hits one billion users

YouTube has racked up an amazing one billion unique viewers in a single month.


YouTube adds Send To TV function for iOS

iOS users can now flick YouTube videos from their mobile to their TV screen thanks to the Send To TV function.


YouTube opens Tokyo production facility

YouTube has opened a new production facility in Tokyo designed to help creatives on a low budget to produce videos.


YouTube coming to Freesat

Google has signed a deal that will bring YouTube to second generation Freesat set top boxes.


YouTube launching paid channels

YouTube is reportedly preparing to launch new channels that will require a fee to watch.


YouTube and Netflix team up for DIAL

YouTube and Netflix are working on a new open protocol called DIAL that will integrate smartphones and smart TVs or other connected devices.

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Google TV adds context-aware voice search

The latest update to Google TV adds what Google is calling ‘context aware’ voice search.


YouTube rolls out 60 channels of original programmes

YouTube is taking aim at broadcast TV with 60 new channels of original shows many of which are from top production companies and feature the likes of Jamie Oliver and James May.


AOL Video Library coming to YouTube

YouTube viewers – including those who watch via smart TV or ┬áconsole – will be able to watch AOL’s entire library of video content, including shows from the Huffington Post and film reviews…

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