As YouTube Turns 15, Google's Video Platform Sets Sights on Twitch and Netflix: 'Growth Will Only Continue'  NewsweekView Full coverage on Google News

A new report suggests that YouTube accounts for over 70% of the total time we spent using streaming services on mobile throughout 2019.A new report suggests that YouTube accounts for over 70% of the total time we spent using streaming services on mobile throughout 2019.

YouTube grabs 70% of time spent on streaming services - 9to5Google

We might look at the streaming wars as an epic battle for dominance, but the truth is that there is a clear winner and its's not even close.We might look at the streaming wars as an epic battle for dominance, but the truth is that there is a clear winner and its’s not even close.

The current winner of the streaming wars might not be who you think - Critical Hit

When YouTube first launched 15 years ago, a lot of people weren’t sure what to make of it. Anyone can upload a video to this service? Why do I want to hear what some obnoxious teenager has to say from their bedroom? When YouTube first launched 15 years ago, a lot of people weren’t sure what to make of it. Anyone can upload a video to this service? Why do I want to hear what some obnoxious teenager has to say from their bedroom?

Here's What People Thought of YouTube When It First Launched in the Mid-2000s

“$NFLX $GOOGL Netflix, YouTube Benefiting The Most From U.S. Streaming Trend: Report https://t.co/MNkqucwkcM”

Ophir Gottlieb on Twitter: "$NFLX $GOOGL Netflix, YouTube Benefiting The Most From U.S. Streaming Trend: Report https://t.co/MNkqucwkcM"

“TV licence - who needs it? 1. Anyone watching or recording live TV, any channel, whether on TV, mobile, desktop etc. 2. Anyone watching BBC iplayer catch-up. U don't need one if you ONLY watch non BBC catch-up eg ITV / streaming services like netflix / Youtube #martinlewis”

Martin Lewis on Twitter: "TV licence - who needs it? 1. Anyone watching or recording live TV, any channel, whether on TV, mobile, desktop etc. 2. Anyone watching BBC iplayer catch-up. U don't need one if you ONLY watch non BBC catch-up eg ITV / streaming services like netflix / Youtube #martinlewis"

“A breakdown of streaming “TV” time: - Netflix 31% - YouTube 21% - Hulu 12% - Amazon 8% - “Other” 28% https://t.co/xaUTumqBWa”

Mike Proulx on Twitter: "A breakdown of streaming “TV” time: - Netflix 31% - YouTube 21% - Hulu 12% - Amazon 8% - “Other” 28% https://t.co/xaUTumqBWa"

Celebrate YouTube's 15th anniversary with a few must-see videos from Rebecca Black, Justin Bieber, Susan Boyle and more pop culture figures.Celebrate YouTube's 15th anniversary with a few must-see videos from Rebecca Black, Justin Bieber, Susan Boyle and more pop culture figures.

15 Must-See YouTube Videos That Left a Mark on Pop Culture | E! News

The web search giant's video service has a huge following, and enough of its fans might be interested in consolidating or adding to their subscriptions.The web search giant's video service has a huge following, and enough of its fans might be interested in consolidating or adding to their subscriptions.

YouTube as a Streaming Hub? Why Such a Deal Could Be Big for Alphabet | The Motley Fool

In honor of YouTube's 15th anniversary, we're looking back at the site's most memorable viral moments.In honor of YouTube's 15th anniversary, we're looking back at the site's most memorable viral moments.

YouTube: Best Viral Videos From Site's Early Years - Rolling Stone