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Kyle Marshall looks at YouTuber Ben Cook and his controversial video "Girls on YouTube."

Kyle Marshall isn't simply a YouTube correspondent. He's a charter community member. The Alberta, Canada, resident has been making videos since 2008 and to this day will still make upwards of 15 videos in a single week.

His trademark program is his weekly installment of YouTube News, which runs each Tuesday.

This week, Marshall looks at YouTuber Ben Cook and his controversial video "Girls on YouTube," which has the community debating the role of women on the video sharing site.

Photo via Kyle Marshall/YouTube

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