Mitú is the capital city of the department of Vaupés in Colombia. It is a small town located in South eastern Colombia in the Amazon Basin. Founded in 1936, Mitú, lies next to the Vaupés River at 180 meters above sea level. It is where the core of the services (transport and trade) are provided to the Vaupés Department.The Vaupés River serves as connecting link between Mitú and nearby hamlets on the riverbanks, but there are no roads connecting the town to rest of the country. Accessible only by airplane, Mitú is the most isolated Capital of Department in Colombia.
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  • Snapchat Inks Mitú for Discover Channel

    … Snapchat is following up last week’s partnership expansion with Turner with an announcement this week of a Discover channel for Mitú. Christopher Heine of SocialTimes parent Adweek reported on the addition of Mitú, which focuses on Hispanic-American youths with English-language content. Heine reported that Mitú averages 160 million viewers per…

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  • YouTube Brings D.C. to N.Y., L.A.

    … of Awesome, ABC News, Bernie Su of Canvas Media Studios in conjunction with The Young Turks and LifeVestInside have used the sets, and D’Angelo wrote: Creators, bring your best White House game to YouTube Space LA, where you can shoot on a 360-degree Oval Office set or our multipurpose set, which includes a news desk, press briefing room or polling station…

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Social Google YouTube- 21 readers -
  • How VideoBlocks plans to undercut the stock footage market

    … of the Global Online Video Association. Since June, close to 10,000 Fullscreen creators have signed up to access VideoBlocks clips, according to Holland. VideoBlocks is working with other YouTube networks, including MiTú and Kin Community, to negotiate similar deals. It’s even talking with YouTube itself. “If I could get free VideoBlocks content…

    Eric Blattberg/ Digidayin How To's- 11 readers -
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