Thursday, October 19, 2006

Videos that Put on the Map

If you are not already tiread of YouTube, here's a NPR report on the top six videos that made the site so poular among Internet video viewers.
Launched in August 2005, wasn't the first Web site with video archives. But what set apart was the site's ability to make it easy for technophobes to upload videos to the site and find and view what others uploaded.

The site's slogan may be 'Broadcast Yourself,' but a big part of the appeal may be the many clips taken from popular television shows or films that find their way into the archives. Visitors to the site view more than 100 million videos every day.
NPR : Videos that Put on the Map

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