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  • BT Sport is set to broadcast on YouTube
  • BT Sport is set to broadcast on YouTube
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BT Sport is set to broadcast on YouTube

BT is going to make the Champions League and Europa League finals available to stream for free on YouTube. It will be the first time either final has been officially broadcast on the video platform, and could mark a major step in moving sport away from traditional media channels.



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    Whether it's Snapchat or PewDiePie – the internet is always spewing out hype-shrouded phenomena, often understood exclusively by Gen Z. The latest is Periscope; one in a slew of apps that let users film live-streamed video from their smartphones. Do we really want to watch someone film a video selfie?