YouTube Chief Blogs About New Rentals

Speaks directly to users about spending more time on site

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Salar Kamangar, CEO of YouTube, has unveiled his vision for the future of online video, in two successive blog posts that went up yesterday. Kamangar took the opportunity to repeat the YouTube  mantra – that most video and all platforms are basically equal, that audiences will flock to user-generated content just as quickly as content created by a major Hollywood studio, and that YouTube is positioning itself to be at the center of it all.

“Six years ago [when YouTube first launched], there were … two types of video: video you watched on your TV, and video you watched on your laptop,” Kamangar wrote in his first post.

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