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Apologies on the Podcast

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August 16, 2006

Apologies on the Podcast

Heather Green

This week's podcast met some kind of technical death. Somehow, though the interview got done, it didn't get recorded. So, we're skipping a week. However, this is a great opportunity to send in questions if you would like. I will be interviewing (for a second time but hopefully this time in a recordable form) Steven Starr, the CEO and founder of online video service Revver. These are the folks that share ad revenue.

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HI,Ms Heather Green,I have sent you a letter several days ago and here i have some questions about which you have interviewed before. If you happen to have time could you please exchange your opinion about following questions?

1.Nowadays there are so many websites in China are following suits by youtube that even their looks are so identical with youtube.So do you think these websites would really survive within a totallly different social environment?

2.What are the key factors that lie behind the success of youtube?

3.Which is the biggest obstracle that could prevent youtube's development?Copyrights?Broadband cost?Business model?

Posted by: sunny at August 18, 2006 03:33 AM

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