YouTune today received the hundreds of The Walt Disney Studios movies from Disney, Disney·Pixar and DreamWorks Studios. “Animated classic, Alice in Wonderland and the newly envisioned Winnie the Pooh, hits like Cars and Cars 2 all in one place,” revealed YouTube blog.
These titles join thousands of full-length feature films from major Hollywood studios that already are available to rent at YouTube.com/movies.
In other YouTube new, On December 1, World AIDS Day, you can join the discussion about how to help bring about the beginning of the end of AIDS — with former U.S. Presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton; Bono, co-founder of ONE and (RED); Alicia Keys, co-founder of Keep a Child Alive; and other leaders in the fight against AIDS, including representatives from the Tema Clinic in Ghana, the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation and the Saddleback Church, blogged YouTube.
They’ll also answer some questions from the YouTube audience. Starting today, you can submit your questions to the panel.
Also, Google introduced today is new experiences for YouTube and Photos apps on Google TV.
“The new Google TV YouTube experience introduces playlists to your living room. You can now easily watch your YouTube subscriptions on your HDTV and quickly access your other playlists like Watch Later and Favorites.,” revealed Google TV team.
If you’ve your own channel, you can now add videos to it from your Google TV.
Google TV Photos app already syncs with online photo albums uploaded to Picasa & Flickr, and now a newly added feature called ‘Discover to your Google TV Photos app’ “creates an animated and constantly changing collage using photos from the albums you’ve uploaded online and synced with your Google TV. When you click on one of the photos in Discover, you go straight to the album where you can start a slideshow or simply view other photos in the album. With Discover you now have an even more fun way to rediscover your favorite memories caught on camera,” explained Google TV.