Susan Wojcicki Curated
CEO of Youtube
CURATED BY :
Where do you see Youtube in the next 10 years?
Do you think the internet will become a friendlier place?
What are you doing to ensure that harassment is under control?
What are your thoughts on Virtual reality?
How do you think things will change over the next 5 years for online players and do you see a middle ground working with the music industry in the future?
How much will Youtube spend on original programming and what are your plans for sports streaming?
Google is one of the best companies to work at, has dismal numbers in gender diversity. What are your thoughts on that?
What do you think of the lean in philosophy?
How do you balance being CEO of Youtube and mom of 5 kids?
What is the balance you tend to strike between subscription revenue and ad revenue?
What's would Youtube's focus be down the line?
Can you throw some light on Youtube's user/viewer demographics?
How would you describe short term and long term profit goals at YouTube?
Why isn't YouTube a standalone company?
What's the personal stand that you put on Youtube, as the CEO of the company?
Could you throw some light on the crucial role you played in Google acquiring YouTube?
How many hats have you worn (diverse roles), working at Google for the last 18 years?
How has your history and literature degree at Harvard led to you becoming the CEO of a tech giant?
Could you throw some light on a day at the Wojcicki household?
In the light of the pandemic, is Youtube thinking differently in terms of becoming a learning platform for children?
How much of a threat is TikTok for YouTube?
What social media platform do you use to gather information about the current protests?
What would you do with a political video posted on YouTube that promotes distasteful content?
Do you feel there should be a regulatory body that can oversee the prevention of distasteful and extreme content on the platform?
How has YouTube become more aggressive in adding context to content to prevent the spread of distasteful content?
How has your company contributed to systemic racism in society, in the light of far-right youtube videos becoming famous and creators earning a lot of money from such content?
What are your views on the allegation that YouTube's algorithm is discriminatory to black people?
What are your thoughts on trending videos that contribute to misinformation?
What are the things that you wish you did like your competitors?
How do you see the future of greater diversity at tech?
What do you think Google brought to Youtube when it acquired it?
Do you think Politicians should have different standards on Youtube as compared to other content creators given their nature of speech?
Can you explain the scale of content being uploaded on youtube and how does machine learning algorithms enable that?
What are the conditions and contracts of work for content moderators?
How has Youtube's role changed as a platform in the past three years?
Can you explain the evolution of youtube?
What is unique about YouTube?
How did you thrive as a woman in the male-dominated tech industry and how do you encourage diversity?
What can universities do to encourage and develop entrepreneurship?
Do you have any cautionary advice for students?
What advice would you give to students regarding taking risks in life?
What are your thoughts on being a part of the launchpad and starting so many new things in life from the origin?
What impact did your education at UC Santa Cruz have on how you think and act in your career?
Is there a space to provide a grant/ incentive to potential creators to start creating content and build a business during the tough times of the pandemic?
What role does Youtube play in education, considering a change in the value proposition of the sector in the near future?
Do you consider society to be a stakeholder of YouTube, considering the huge influence of the platform?
What funding/ monetization models is Youtube working on?
Can you explain the mechanics of CPM?
Are advertisers running out of options?
How do you manage stakeholders at Youtube?
How does YouTube value creators?
What are the lessons Have you learned from TikTok and how do you view the competitive landscape?
Do you think Youtube has exceptional power and responsibility for the distribution of extremely important content and should a company have that sort of power?
How do you identify emerging conspiracies and intelligence at Youtube?
How do you ensure credible sources of information at a fast pace during the COVID-19 pandemic?
What is Youtube's role in the midst of the coronavirus crisis?
What are the parts of the business that have been hardest to function/ train from home? How are you communicating with your staff?
How does YouTube TV leverage the price advantage as well as mobile convenience?
How can a company ensure the presence of diversity and equality among its employees?
Is the gender pay gap a problem at Youtube?
How is YouTube ensuring gender pay equality?
How has advertising evolved in terms of the metrics provided to advertisers and what is the one metric that advertisers are looking for?
What are YouTube's specific plans to take care of copyright issues and content posted on the platform?
How can a consumer trust Google, in the light of the merger of online and offline consumer data?
What are your views on advertisers and what does it cost for a brand to advertise on youtube?
How is the focus of YouTube different from other online streaming players in the market?
Could you throw some light on Youtube red?
Is youtube willing to go in the direction of Amazon and Netflix, regarding the addition of a huge amount of premium content?
What is the role of youtube among the major players in the online streaming market?
With Facebook venturing into news videos and strengthening its video section, is that a threat of interest for you?