As YouTube turns 10, the online video crown gets heavy

It will be 10 years ago in April since the first video, Me at the Zoo, was uploaded onto YouTube. Over the last decade, the Google-owned platform has evolved into the King of all Video, commanding more audience share--and creator input--than any other platform on Earth. But with powerful companies like Facebook looking to establish a presence in the video business, staying on top going forward won't be easy. With YouTube celebrating this key birthday, FierceOnlineVideo's Samantha Bookman analyzes the competitive landscape here.

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