YouTube goes international (apart from Germany)

Google owned video sharing site Youtube has announced that is launching localised versions of its site in nine counties as part of a wider international roll-out.Launched on Tuesday at an event in Paris, the company announced that local versions of Youtube will now be available in Brazil, France, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, Poland, Spain and the UK.

Google owned video sharing site Youtube has announced that is launching localised versions of its site in nine counties as part of a wider international roll-out.

Launched on Tuesday at an event in Paris, the company announced that local versions of Youtube will now be available in Brazil, France, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, Poland, Spain and the UK.

The announcement drew some criticism from German journalists as a translated version of the site will not be part of the initial roll-out due to some technical issues that the company would not elaborate on.

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