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YouTube says it's working to be a safer place for advertisers

While YouTube continues to grow as a destination to watch videos, the company is still working to convince advertisers that the platform is a safe place for their commercials.

Chief Executive Susan Wojcicki told an audience of ad buyers Thursday at YouTube's "Brandcast" presentation at Radio City Music Hall in New York that the company has

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