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What is Youtube?
YouTube was started in 2005 by Jawed Karim, Chad Hurley, Steve Chen. After being irritated over the insufficient search results of videos on the Internet, the Founders decided to form a video sharing . YouTube marked its journey from February 14, 2005 after the domain'YouTube.com” was registered. “Me at the Zoo” was the title of the first video to be uploaded on YouTube by Jawed Karim. It was November, 2005, when the was officially launched and by 2006, YouTube was receiving over 65,000 videos from users every day. Meanwhile, it was funded by Sequioia Capital and had headquarters at San Mateo, California. Google acquired YouTube on October,2006 and in the same year, it was selected as the “Person of the Year” by Time magazine. In 2008, the allowed many media corporations like CBS, Lions Gate Entertainment and MGM to upload films and TV episodes.
Today it is one of the eminent online video s in the worlds with one billion views per month. Every minute, YouTube stored 100 hours of video uploaded by users while majority of the audiences are based outside the USA. YouTube accepts millions of users accounts every day which are four times More Than last year.
Apart from streaming videos, YouTube is also known as the platform of expression and its contribution in revolutions, elections, awakening, promotion etc. at worldwide. Many people have been turned into celebrity after posting the content on YouTube such as Justin Bieber, Rebecca Black, Psy etc. During Arab Spring, many videos of political unrest and protests were uploaded on YouTube and resulted in the banning or censoring of the . YouTube was also widely used during the Egyptian Revolution of 2011.