The clips featured on YouTube's home page are not paid placements, insists Jennifer Nielsen, the video-sharing site's marketing exec. "Our editorial team scours the site for the most entertaining, novel and unique content," she tells Mark Glaser of NPR." Some users have accused CBS of buying its way into YouTube's "Most Viewed" pages.
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