Check this out.
Now that Aunty (the BBC, for those of you who have no idea what I'm going on about) has got into bed with the BBC and Google, does this mean that Youtube has been accepted by the wider world now?
The article speaks about the other (US) networks getting into bed with both of them. So eh... what do we expect in the next year?
Youtube to be broken up by other labels? The monopolies and mergers commission to clamp down? Internet laws to be toughened up?
Looks like (until one of those two winds up a higher power) it will continue on, ad verbatum. I'll be interested to see what happens.