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When you search for videos throughout all of YouTube, the website allows you to sort the search results by date.

And when you go to an individual channel/user--say, CNN, for example--YouTube allows you to sort that user's entire library by date.

And finally, YouTube also lets you search within specific channels/users. For example, I can go to CNN's YouTube channel and search for Obama, and it will show me search results with Obama.

But youtube does not allow you to sort those user-specific search results by date--or better yet, it doesn't let you search within a specific time frame.

For example: I want to browse CNN's videos about Obama from the year 2011. CNN has 50,000 videos uploaded, and hundreds (if not thousands) of those are clips about Obama.

I can search for Obama. see here: https://www.youtube.com/user/CNN/search?query=obama

But if I want to sort by date, or search within a specific date range, I cannot.

I don't have the know-how to create JavaScript to accomplish this, but maybe someone already has done this? Or maybe someone knows of JavaScript that can do this?

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