How YouTube is disrupting television

The New York Times’s Shira Ovide recently argued that YouTube is “underwhelming” because it currently generates far less per user than other major platforms like Twitter and Facebook. I explain why this assessment is premature and why YouTube still has massive growth ahead of it.

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Tech and media journalist. Email me: simonowens@gmail.com

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