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YouTube Nation helps you surf hottest videos

YouTube Nation helps you surf hottest videos

A NEW NATION: Host Jacob Soboroff on the set of "YouTube Nation." The five-minute "YouTube Nation" program will post weekdays at 9 p.m. Eastern Time/6 p.m. Pacific Time starting Tuesday, Jan 14. Photo: Associated Press

You wouldn’t think of navigating the hundreds of channels you may have on your cable or satellite connection without some kind of guide. What about the much wider world of YouTube videos?

Starting today, you can get help finding the hottest clips.

YouTube Nation is a daily highlight package of clips, ranging from those that are spanking new, those that are trending — and those clips that have yet to be discovered.

Every minute, some 100 hours of new video content is uploaded to YouTube.

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