YouTube embracing foreign languages

YouTube embracing foreign languages

Literally, it might be known as Voustube, Voitubo or Vocetubo, but the world’s most popular video-sharing site introduced local-language sites in nine countries on Tuesday that will all just go by YouTube.

Chad Hurley and Steve Chen, the co-founders of YouTube, which was acquired by Web search leader Google Inc for $1.65 billion last year, told a news conference here that the nine country sites will eventually feature locally popular content.

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Katia Reed
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