As the furore over YouTube comments rumbles on in the background let's take a look at some of the other stories in the world of video and cable and all that exciting stuff. If you missed out on the first release of Google Glass, and you couldn't get anyone to send you an invite for the second release, you may just have a chance to get your hands on a pair anyway. Eventually. If you are a US citizen then you can at last apply directly to Google to be considered for an invite. I can't remember when a piece of tech was so drawn out like this, get it in the shops already (so I can buy it).
Elsewhere, one of the France's biggest broadcasters, Canal Plus, is teaming up with YouTube to launch a mix of 20 free and paid channels on the site. YouTube users will gain access to Canal Plus' flagship content which includes coverage of cinema, current affairs, music and urban culture. This and other news of the day from ReelSEO.
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