Clips from BBC programming will soon become available on YouTube, following a deal between the British broadcaster and the video website announced today (Friday). Under the deal, the material will be accompanied by "limited" advertising, except in the U.K. Chris Maxey, partnership development director at YouTube, told Britain's Guardian: "We are interested in testing out this new medium. It is new for all of us and we have to see what the community likes or accepts in terms of advertising and what works for such a new medium."
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