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    Watching YouTube doesn’t have to be a solitary experience thanks to the integration of live chat on

    Dublin-based, which has been shortlisted for an ITLG Irish Times Innovation Award is an ‘online venue’ where users can watch gigs.
    The main difference between and similar sites, says Head of Editorial at Aaron Rogan is the site’s “social functionality” which is currently in beta.
    Users can create their own YouTube party, search YouTube, create playlists and invite friends from Facebook, Twitter, or share the ‘YouTube Party’ link any other way. Once signed into they can all chat online.
    Tune at 8pm on Tuesday, 28 February for the first in a new interactive series with Dave Fanning. Fanning will take viewers through the career of Kasabian. Looking for a live gig? Put the Meteor Choice Music Prize on 8 March into your diary or check out a live Brits award themed party on

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    1. Benjamin Mcken Says:

      Yes! Finally something about Arts.

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