YouTube experiencing "access issues" in apparent global outage

YouTube experiencing

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YouTube, the most popular video streaming site, suffered an outage on Wednesday.

YouTube experienced widespread broadcasting issues, affecting YouTube, YouTube TV and YouTube Music, with the Google-owned streaming service down for nearly two hours.

Team YouTube sent out a tweet Tuesday evening and said, "We're working on resolving this and will let you know once fixed".

Since then, users have seen error messages appear instead of video content, confirming problems with the service.

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Terrified Youtube users took to Twitter seeking answers amid fears they may have to actually start doing work now.

While most users are familiar with 404 - page not found - error message 503 means "service unavailable".

CBS News has reached out to YouTube for comment. The site's official launch was in November 2005 and in less than a year, about 65,000 videos were being uploaded on a daily basis. "Search works, but videos won't load", one user from the United States confirms.

"Sorry, something went wrong".

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