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Here’s What Industry Experts Think Online Video Looks Like in 2020

Those with intimate knowledge of the industry offer their predictions for the year ahead

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All things told, 2019 was a weird year for online video. YouTube struggled to combat more negative headlines, but continued to grow apace. TikTok came from nowhere to be on the tip of all our tongues…

Getting you up to speed with the world of online video

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Chris Stokel-Walker

Chris Stokel-Walker

UK-based freelancer for The Guardian, The Economist, BuzzFeed News, the BBC and more. Tell me your story, or get me to write for you: stokel@gmail.com

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