You can’t really go wrong with Major League Baseball and YouTube, two things that most Americans adore. Both of them have now increased their partnership that began back in 2005, MLB was YouTube’s first sports partner, to offer highlights from every game in 2013 just two days after they’ve been played and an archive of full games. The archive consists of videos of full games dating back to 1952. YouTube has been upping its game recently, only last week it announced that it is going to hold a comedy week on the website which will feature some big name stars doing comedy routines.
Videos from Baseball’s Best Moment library, which is hosted on MLB.com, will also be available on YouTube from now on. During the regular season, two live games will be live streamed for free daily to countries other than U.S., Canada, Taiwan, Japan and South Korea. This new partnership with YouTube provides another platform to MLB for extending the reach of archived baseball content in their library as well as feed of live games to fans in new, diverse markets. All of this licensed content awaits you at MLB’s YouTube channel, so what are you waiting for?!
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