YouTube has set the stage for its own death, but can any app rise to challenge it?


Since its creation in 2005, YouTube has been the go-to website (and app) for watching videos. Today, with more than a billion worldwide users, and videos ranging from high-budget original series to seconds-long clips of children’s birthday parties, it would seem that YouTube has established a platform that can’t be toppled. But at the same time, YouTube has been troubled. An increasing number of controversies and ethical dilemmas in and around the app are making users question whether YouTube is sustainable. The real question is, could any app rise to become a new competitor in the field? The mounting problems…

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