Bill Nye is Back, But on YouTube this Time

Bill Nye the science guy is back in action, but you won’t see him on public television, where his popular educational show was programmed in the 1990’s. The science guy has made the move to Youtube, where he’s been making short videos about NASA’s Juno spacecraft under a series called “WhyWith Nye.” The spacecraft is on its way to Jupiter and is expected to reach the solar system’s largest planet in 2016.

The fact that Nye chose to take his famous persona to YouTube speaks to the online video giant’s wide appeal for those looking to create new and relevant content. Nye’s choice is less an eschewing of public television (which is actually is experiencing a new relevance and saw a 5% increase in viewership since last year) than an embracing of the potential of YouTube. Nye, a vocal advocate for science education, saw an opportunity to get his message out there, and the way to do it was with YouTube.

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Source

http://abcnews.go.com/Technology/bill-nye-hosts-youtube-videos-nasa-spacecraft-juno/story?id=20529120

http://variety.com/2013/tv/news/tca-pbs-boasts-its-viewership-growth-while-other-broadcast-ratings-slump-1200574724/

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