YouTube is now flying with Virgin America. YouTube has struck a deal with the U.S.-based airline on Thursday this week. The deal involves streaming YouTube content from partners to seat-back screens on Virgin America airplanes in the U.S. and Mexico. Beginning December 15th, passengers will be able to view shows including “H+ The Digital Series,” “Blue,” “Written by a Kid,” “Crash Course” and “The Key of Awesome.” “Bringing YouTube aboard Virgin America is part of a larger effort to bring you more of the videos you love, at heights you’ve never seen them before,” said Kate Berland, YouTube Marketing Manager, in a press release. “Sample these great series on your flight, and then visit YouTube to enjoy the full seasons.” New series and shows are expected to be available every two months.
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