Tracking the Audience for YouTube Premium Content

Tracking the Audience for YouTube Premium Content

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New Many observers balked when Google declared its $100 million investment in making YouTube the king of Internet television. What does a search engine turned tech giant know about entertainment? Enough, apparently. Half a year later, many of Google's original channels are now among the site's most popular. Exactly how popular, though,...
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