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For anyone who hasn't noticed, the New York Times has quietly become an online video leader, creating some of the most thoughtfully-produced pieces around. Leading that effort is Maxwell Da Silva, a video architect for the Times, who visited the recent Streaming Media West conference to talk about the site's focus on Chromecast development.
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