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If a toy looks good on YouTube, chances are it will be all the rage. The video-hosting website plays a huge role in the creation and marketing of toys. In some cases the crazier the toy, the better. One Cincinnati toy company is taking full advantage of this trend, especially with its new creation: Chow Crown.

Provided by Rajiv Satyal

Newlywed Rajiv Satyal – the “funny Indian” comic from Fairfield – won’t be performing his routines about dating anymore, so he’s giving away the video free on YouTube.

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YouTube advertisers are upset because ads for products like Secret, Bud Light and Aveeno aired right before ISIS propaganda and  jihadi-themed videos. CNN Money broke the story.

Secret deodorant is made by Procter & Gamble, and the company isn't happy.

In a statement, P&G said, "Our ads should not have appeared and we’re working with YouTube to understand how it happened and to avoid it happening again." Anheuser-Busch is also talking to YouTube.