Say what? YouTube silences INMA video

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If you viewed the video overview Monday of the recent INMA World Congress in New York, you may have noticed the lack of sound accompanying the otherwise brilliant images captured by videographer David Avedikian.

It turns out our rendition of “New York, New York” by Frank Sinatra tripped up the alarm bells at YouTube where this video was uploaded and then offloaded back to INMA.org. In fairness, YouTube warned us.

Then they stripped out the sound, producing a mute rendition of an otherwise brilliant conference.

Long story short: We’ve stripped in what we hope is a preferred soundtrack to the video, and all appears well — for now.

Check out the video by clicking here. To replicate the Monday mute experience, cover your ears.

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