YouTube Announces Leanback For TV-Like Video Streaming

YouTube Announces Leanback For TV-Like Video Streaming

This latest move coincides with Google's effort to migrate Internet-uploaded video content to television sets.

Yofred Moik
  • 9 july 2010

YouTube announced Leanback earlier this week; a program that makes its user-uploaded videos more closely imitate the functionality of television sets.  Leanback is a constant stream of videos with YouTube formulating a playlist of the ensuing clips through favorited content.  YouTube picks recommendations, but viewers can manually navigate through the videos by browsing by genre.

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