Internet radio browser GUI for music/video streams from various directory services.

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	<subtitle><link	href="http://youtube.com/">//youtube.com/</link></subtitle>

        <note style="bug"><p>This plugin is no longer supported or a default
	channel. Due to exceeded quotas, it ceased working, and Youtube/Google
	bothered me with inane requests for video recordings of how ST2 works
	(instead of simply looking at the code or investigating their own logs).
	Btw, the exceeded quota was unlikely due to regular ST2 usage. It's
	more probable the builtin and plainly-in-sight builtin API key was
	reappropriated otherwise. Hence, you would have to
        <link href="https://developers.google.com/youtube/v3/getting-started">get
	your own key</link> now, if you wanted to use this channel. Btw,
	overall it's not that interesting / worth the effort IMO.</p></note>

	<p>Googles Youtube provides a quirky JSON API that makes browsing
        channels and genres feasible.  This beta plugin provides a little
        overview, and usually retrieves recent video uploads.</p>

        <p>VLC can directly play Youtube URLs. For other players one can use
        <link href="http://youtube-dl.org/">youtube-dl</link> as wrapper.







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	<subtitle><link	href="http://youtube.com/">//youtube.com/</link></subtitle>

        <note style="bug"><p>This plugin is no longer supported or a default
	channel. Due to exceeded quotas, it ceased working, and Youtube/Google
	bothered me with inane requests for video recordings of how ST2 works
	(instead of simply looking at the code or investigating their own logs).
	Btw, the exceeded quota was unlikely due to regular ST2 usage. It's
	more probable the builtin and plain-in-sight API key was reappropriated
        otherwise. Hence, you would now have to
        <link href="https://developers.google.com/youtube/v3/getting-started">get
	your own key</link>, if you wanted to use this channel. Overall this
	channel is not that interesting / worth the effort IMO.</p></note>

	<p>Googles Youtube provides a quirky JSON API that makes browsing
        channels and genres feasible.  This beta plugin provides a little
        overview, and usually retrieves recent video uploads.</p>

        <p>VLC can directly play Youtube URLs. For other players one can use
        <link href="http://youtube-dl.org/">youtube-dl</link> as wrapper.