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Topic - Leah D'Emilio
"Any time you can bring your viewers into a broadcast _ like making a shout-out to someone who left a comment _ the audience really gets excited about that, on YouTube in particular," said D'Emilio. "It breaks down any kind of wall between the people on camera and the people who are watching."
Producer Leah D'Emilio said the site is planning a TV-like broadcast, with multiple cameras and correspondents.