A few years ago, Google launched its own online video sharing service to compete with YouTube – Google Video. Well we all know how that turned out – Google decided to take over YouTube instead. It’s been a long time since we’ve heard anything about Google Video and the site stopped taking video uploads since May 2009. Well, for those of you wondering about the content stored on the site, it looks like it will be given a new breath of life.
According to an announcement on the official YouTube blog, all the videos on Google Video will be transferred over to YouTube this summer. Videos will be moved over as private content with video owners getting the option to make them public. So for those of you who are worried about having your private videos on YouTube, nobody’s going to see them unless you say so. How many of still have content up on Google Video?
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