Youku CEO said: ‘Video industry is take off the hat of burning money’

At present, known as “the most money-burning” video industry began to farewell “input without output” state, entered a virtuous cycle stage.

Insiders said a large-scale video website should across at least three “100 million” thresholds to be successful. Currently, Youku, Tudou and Ku6 crossed thresholds.

Zhao Xufeng, senior analyst, said in just four years, the the video industry market size increased from the original 100 million to 1.36 billion, up to 92% compound annual growth rate. It was expected in the next few years, the video industry would continue to maintain the annual growth rate of more than 60%, to 2013, advertising revenues will exceed 10 billion yuan, reaching 10.86 billion.

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