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YouTube redesign emphasizes content channels

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On the redesigned homepage, unveiled Thursday, channels now occupy the wide, middle column. Recommended videos can be found at the right and one's profile and other popular channels are on the left.

Why channels? Google's streaming site recently announced a series of high-profile content partners in October, from Jay-Z to Amy Poehler to Ashton Kutcher. This new venture involves the creation of about 100 channels of original, professional content.

As channels like "Car and Driver Television" debut and attract a following, this redesign will make it even easier to find them. The channels one subscribes to are in the middle and other popular options are on the left, sorted by category.

Read more: http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/...7B12HZ20111202
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Not liking the new format....it's going to take awhile to get use to.
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Rarely watch any YouTube videos myself anyway.
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