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The YouTube factor in online video

It's a Web litmus test: Do you celebrate the uninhibited world of YouTube, or do you route your content to a start-up?

It's the litmus test of the Web for 2007--do you celebrate the wacky, uninhibited world of YouTube or do you hunker down to route your content anywhere but the iconic video-sharing site?

news analysis The start-up, with old-media backing, lets people upload feature-length video. Not surprisingly, the pirates were quick to move in.
February 21, 2007

Deal to let YouTube users watch clips from shows such as Letterman's Late Show has fallen apart, according to reports.
February 20, 2007

Recently pulled from YouTube, content from MTV, Comedy Central, other Viacom brands to be part of video start-up's official launch.
February 20, 2007

blog What does playing with Diet Coke and Mentos get you? A role lip-synching in Canadian pop group's new video.
February 20, 2007

Content-recognition software could address a major entertainment industry concern--songs and videos being posted on the Web without permission.
February 19, 2007

Technology designed to help identify pirated videos being offered only to companies with YouTube distribution deals.
February 18, 2007

It has become evident that the question of who will rule video on the Web is incredibly tangled.
February 18, 2007

Whirring cameras and lots of taping punctuate "As One," an event to bring together some of YouTube's best-known bloggers.


February 17, 2007

previous coverage

Maturing advertising models and lower costs of distribution lay the path for an explosion of Web video, say panelists at an MIT forum.
February 7, 2007