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Reddit takes on YouTube and Facebook by allowing users to upload videos directly

Reddit, the popular content-sharing platform that considers itself to be “the frontpage of the internet,” has announced that it is testing out a new feature that will allow users to upload their videos straight to the site without having to turn to a third-party host like YouTube. Aside from posts that are text only, most content on Reddit links […] The post Reddit takes on YouTube and Facebook by allowing users to upload videos directly appeared first on SiliconANGLE.
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