YouTube co-founder Chad Hurley says he plans to release a rival video-sharing website aimed at promoting collaboration. Hurley says he doesn't expect the site to displace YouTube and that he wants it to be a platform that "gives flexibility for people to work together and create content."
YouTube may get a competitor from its own past
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