YouTube has always been championed as an alternative platform for news and TV, but sometimes it seems more like like a playground for cat fanatics. The Pew Research Center says that people getting their news from YouTube is a trend on the rise. And they're not the only ones noticing, as more than half of the most viewed clips that fall under news are from professional outlets.
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