Viacom and YouTube to get licensious?

Viacom and YouTube to get licensious?

Summary: So suggests coverage from Adweek and E! Online:Though the initial Comedy Central ban sparked dire predictions the Internet wide that YouTube's glory days were over, it seems that such fears may have been a little premature.

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So suggests coverage from Adweek and E! Online:

Though the initial Comedy Central ban sparked dire predictions the Internet wide that YouTube's glory days were over, it seems that such fears may have been a little premature.

For now, at least, Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert and Eric Cartman still have a presence on the site. They just might not be as longwinded as they were before.

For now, the ability to access Comedy Central-originating clips is less than consistent.

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  • Interesting

    Still not sure how this is all going to play out.

    http://one.revver.com/watch/90052/format/flv/affiliate/23672
    ahinkle