Monday, April 14, 2008

[ News, Science / Tech, March 12 2008] YouTube to tailor service for Korea

An official of the popular video-sharing Web site YouTube on Tuesday (March 11) promised to tailor the company’s Korean service for local users.

Steve Chen, the chief technical officer (CTO) and co-founder of YouTube, said in a press conference in Seoul that while YouTube’s Korean Web site remains largely a translated version of its U.S. counterpart, its services can be better tailored for Korea in the future.

"I think that the process (of uploading content) could be much easier. Especially with cell phones that are able to take videos, you will be able to automate these processes so it can be even easier," Chen said.

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