Probably not, but someone asked me recently what will come of YouTube with the increased competition in online video. It seems that more and more frequently, my favorite channels on YouTube are driving me off the video behemoth to a smaller niche video site, so when this question came about, I actually paused and thought about it for awhile.
Video has been, and will continue to be, the "IT" conversation for marketers. However, loading up mass amounts of content to the video giant seems a bit contradictory to what many people are saying. "Reach Your Customers"...."Deliver content to those who care about your content"...."Speak to your customers."
Is YouTube just becoming an online CBS, NBC and FOX? Or is it more of a DirectTV.... too many channels with nothing good on? Will sites like Funny Or Die start a trend in aggregating similar content into multiple sites? Maybe one day there will be FunnyTube and LoveTube (I think we need another name for that)...or DramaTube, SoapTube and BETube.
I'm just rambling now...but then again, isn't that what blogs are for? Keep shining, Keep smiling...knowing you can always count on me (10 points to the first person who comments on the reference)