YouTube can already recommend related videos, but it doesn't necessarily show the best videos; you have to rely on outside help to separate the wheat from the chaff. However, that search for quality clips is about to get a lot easier. The streaming giant is teaming up with DreamWorks to launch YouTube Nation, a five-minute daily show that will highlight its more interesting content, and promises Ultra HD quality for properly-equipped viewers. The production will draw attention to everything from professionally-made series like Video Game High School (above) to amateur footage. While it's doubtful that the show will spot the next big viral hit, it could save a lot of time for busy viewers when it launches on Tuesday at 11AM ET (new episodes will follow each weekday at 9PM ET) and might just get visitors coming back for more.
Update: The first video is up, highlighting a rickshaw trip across India, a world record attempt and a Grantland report on "The Coach Who Never Punts."