Thursday, August 24, 2006

Good Morning America Features YouTube Videos

ABC has struck a deal with YouTube to feature popular videos on Good Morning America every Wednesday. GMA, as people who actually watch the show call it, started the partnership earlier in August. Yesterday, they featured Smirnoff's Tea Partay, which might have been the greatest thing ever had they actually made the Web site the video references.

Once again, viral videos made by advertisers now have an outlet to get some airtime on national TV. It's nice to see a network show some love to user created content instead of hate on it, like NBC. Funny how they ask YouTube to pull their Saturday Night Live videos off the site, then partnered with YouTube to make a NBC branded channel.

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