YouTube video appears in Google News

A YouTube video from AlJazeeraEnglish appeared on the home page of Google News today. It features an interview with Kurdish separatist leader Murat Karayilan. See below.


Back on May 23, 2007, IDG News Service asked Nathan Stoll, the product manager of Google News if he had any plans to add a video component to Google News. Stoll said then, “We don’t want to preannounce any features, but our Google News philosophy is to give users access to all the perspectives on a news story. To the extent that a lot of those are in video and becoming available online, we’d certainly love to make those perspectives available and easily discoverable.” Well, those perspectives are now available and easily discoverable.

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