[FoRK] NewTube VS OldTube
Albert S. <
albert.scherbinsky at rogers.com
> on >
Tue Oct 10 10:04:18 PDT 2006
The YouTube model doesn't need the oldfangled content
producers. What I see happening is the empowering of a
new breed of independent content producers, with ad
generated revenue provided by Google ads.
--- Tom Higgins <tomhiggins at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 10/10/06, Luis Villa <luis at tieguy.org> wrote:
> > Google is the big loser here. They could have been
> the advertising
> > provider to all those people you named, including
> YouTube, and now
> > instead they are competitors.
> Unless Googlezon leverages the Youtube brand and
> bandwidth to suit the
> traditional networks want for a place to spread
> their memes online.
> Get a good ranking on the worlds search engine, let
> someone else worry
> about infrastructure/bandwidth issues, tie into more
> ad vectors via
> all that. Sure sure it will be a battle against "not
> invented here"
> and "not our ball" issues...but the possibility is
> In the long run though I think it would better serve
> traditionalists to make content and let the new
> jimmies do they new
> frangled distribution.
> just a though
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