60% Of YouTube Views Come From A Non-English Speaking Audience

YouTube may be more diverse than you think. A whopping 60 percent of all video views on YouTube come from non-English speakers.

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YouTube may be more diverse than you think.  According to an exclusive report from Janko Roettgers of GigaOM’s NewTeeVee, a whopping 60 percent of all video views on YouTube come from non-English speakers.

This surprising news comes on the heels of YouTube announcing that they were adding a couple new African languages to the mix—IsiZulu and Afrikaans—bringing YouTube to a total of 51 languages. 

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