weird. From Om's post:
"My sources say that YouTube made around $80 million in 2007, a number that could grow by more than 50 percent this year to around $125 million. A Bear Stearns report estimated YouTube revenues at around $90 million for 2008. "
My previous post on the subject a few days ago read (source Techcrunch):
"Forbes estimates that YouTube will make $200 million in revenues this year, and $350 million next year."
Current numbers for Youtube are 4b video views / month (april 08), and 73.5m unique visitors.
Those numbers shouldn't make anyone want to leave, unless you own zip in equity...