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Interested in seeing Samsung’s Multi Window functionality in action? We’ve got a full hands on video demonstrating the split-screen mode on the Galaxy s7, showing off how easy it is to watch videos while keeping up with social media or composing a text message.
The Multi Window works pretty similarly to how it did on the older Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6, so if you’ve used a Samsung phone from 2015 you’ll be very familiar with this.
Check out the video below to see it for yourself.
Come comment on this article: [Video] Multi Window on the Samsung Galaxy S7
In the last ten years, we’ve witnessed many of the biggest and most important news stories unfold on YouTube. From the Green Revolution, Arab Spring and protests in Ferguson, to the Charlie Hebdo attacks and earthquake in Nepal, user-generated video has provided a unique and visceral perspective on what’s happening in the world around us. It’s almost impossible to turn on the news during a breaking event without seeing raw video uploaded by a YouTube user somewhere across the globe.
Today, more than 5 million hours of news video is watched on YouTube every day, and the role of the eyewitness has never had a more vital place in the newsgathering process. We live in a world where anyone can bear witness to what is happening around them and share it with a global audience, and YouTube has become a primary home for this powerful, first-person documentary footage.
That is why we’re excited to announce three new initiatives to support the discovery and verification of eyewitness news video on YouTube:
We’re proud of the role that YouTube and its creators have and continue to play in the ever-changing, ever-expanding news and information ecosystem, and we hope that these new projects will empower more journalists to use powerful eyewitness video easily and responsibly.
Posted by Olivia Ma, Head of Strategy and Operations, News Lab at Google