Friday, March 17, 2006
YouTube TidbitsCan you imagine your life without drunk Orson Wells outakes or collegiate Pac Man shenanigans?
Luckily YouTube is investing in it's own future so we never have to go without the addictive site being blamed for record levels of unproductivity.
Digital agency, Deep Focus reached an agreement with YouTube to promote its studio clients' trailers on the breakaway video portal.
The first trailer promoted under the deal is for the likely underwhelming Scary Movie 4. The trailer was added to YouTube's "featured videos" section on Monday. Since that time, it has received more than 437,000 views. That figure rivals the number of times the same trailer has been seen on Yahoo!, where it premiered at the beginning of the month.
By Brent Brandow at 01:18 PM | Comments (0)