YouTube co-founder readying new ‘video-based’ collaboration project

YouTube co-founder readying new ‘video-based’ collaboration project

In 2006, Chad Hurley and YouTube’s other co-founder Steve Chen were presented with a $1.65 billion buyout offer from Google. In the years since accepting that massive lump of Mountain View stock, Hurley has remained fairly quiet — he stepped down as YouTube’s chief executive in 2010 but stuck around in an advisory role. Now he’s finally readying his next project for a public debut, and Hurley is unsurprisingly sticking with the medium that first brought him enormous success. Nearing the launch of yet another “video-based” service, he insists the upcoming offering won’t be a direct threat to YouTube. Instead, as reported by Adweek , he told a SXSW crowd it will focus on collaboration by providing “flexibility for people to work together…

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YouTube co-founder readying new ‘video-based’ collaboration project

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