You may have looked up this very question elsewhere and were provided with the following URL to paste in to Google Reader:
Trouble is, that doesn’t work. Google reader can’t seem to understand the feed. Google News users report the same issue. I bet my solution will work for them too.
There are a zillion blog posts and forum threads out there about this, so here’s the answer.
Open up a text editor like notepad and paste this in:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <opml version="1.0"> <head> <title>My subscriptions in Google Reader</title> </head> <body> <outline text="New Subscription Videos for Me" title="New Subscription Videos for Me" type="rss" xmlUrl="http://gdata.youtube.com/feeds/base/users/my_youtube_username/newsubscriptionvideos" htmlUrl="http://www.youtube.com/"/> </body> </opml>
Okay, now go back in and find “my_youtube_username” and replace that with your actual username. Save the file as whatever you want.
Open up google reader and go into the settings (currently available via the gray gear in the upper-right corner). Go into Import/Export, then choose the file you just saved. Once back on your Google Reader main page, you’ll see your subscription feed available with the rest.