Full length TWiT on YouTube

I’ve mentioned in a couple of MFC episodes that YouTube are doing more and more to bring content into the site, moving away from the home video side of things, and dealing with broadcasters and networks.

I’ve not really invested too much time in watching what’s available, although I do keep my eye on what deals they’re making. It came to my attention yesterday that our hero Leo Laporte has his TWiT videos available on YouTube now as well.

  1. This means they are embeddable.
  2. They are really long, so although Leo has clearly done a deal with YouTube, it bodes well for the future.
  3. I’m impressed with all the different ways Leo is making his content available. Tivo and all that business. I just want an iTunes feed, and I’m good to go.
  4. Have we mentioned how awesome Leo is?

I posted a message on Twitter about this, and it seems like I’m not the only one who found this to be brand new information. There are plenty of videos on there though, so he must have been doing it for a while. Excellent stuff.

2 thoughts on “Full length TWiT on YouTube

  1. Leo mentioned on TWiT last week that he hates exclusivity and he tries as much as possible to diversify, because everyone has downtime. I like the philosophy behind that!

  2. I have a man crush on Leo – TWiT is just utterly awesome, and even more so when Jason Calacanis is a guest.

    I think Google offered him full video options on Youtube in return for his waxing lyrical about Buzz – he’s the only person that does!

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