Live Broadcasts Boost YouTube

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YouTube celebrated its fifth birthday by announcing it has surpassed two billion video views a day. It reached the one billion mark in October, 2009. Driving YouTube’s growth is the popularity of live broadcasts, like May’s Indian League cricket matches, and the tighter integration of videos into Google search results.

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