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Announcing the Otaku no Podcast YouTube Channel

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As you may know, we’ve been posting our videos up on Vimeo for a while now.  This has been working pretty well, and I really don’t have much to complain about the service (other than having to pay $60/year for the increased upload capacity we need :-P).  But, as the old blogger’s adage goes, you gotta go where the eyeballs are, and without a doubt, that has to be YouTube.  With over 5 billion online video views from the US alone in 2008 (OVER NINE THOUSAAAAAND!!), that’s a heck of a lot of eyeballs.

And so to that end, we’ve set up our very own YouTube channel.  Of course you’ll always find our latest and greatest videos there.  But you’ll also see what we’ve been doing on YouTube — the anime/cosplay/Japan/etc. related videos that we really like, the ones that we commented on, etc.

Unfortunately, due to YouTube’s content length restrictions, you’ll only see the first 15 minutes or so of each video. (Which means that we’ll still be posting to Vimeo, at least for the time being). A YouTube Partner account removes this restriction, and we have applied for one; whether or not we will qualify, who knows? (If you happen to know any people over at YouTube, it wouldn’t hurt to put in a good word on our behalf, eh?)

So go check it out today!

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