Salar Kamangar

Overseeing YouTube daily management

AP: YouTube co-founder Chad Hurley is stepping down as CEO of the world’s most popular Web site for watching video. Hurley’s decision to give up the leadership role at the 5-year-old site formalizes a transition that has been in the works for some time as YouTube’s owner, Google Inc., asserted more control. Salar Kamangar, one of Google’s earliest employees, has been running YouTube’s day-to-day operations for  two years while Hurley concentrated on the site’s design and relationship with its users. Hurley, 33, intends to remain a YouTube adviser after turning over the CEO’s role to Kamangar. Google bought YouTube for $1.76 billion four years ago, enriching Hurley and his fellow co-founders Steve Chen and Jawed Karim. Chen and Karim have left YouTube.


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Extremely proud

by KayvanAli on

Wishing Mr. Kamangar continued success at Google.
He is a super star.


iTube more like it

by Khar on

i as in IranianTube.

Immortal Guard

Great News!

by Immortal Guard on

Hey guys the other link is missing:


Maryam Hojjat

So Proud & Happy for Salar

by Maryam Hojjat on

Good luck to him.


Hey Majid ... That was bloody fast!

by afyoun on

They seem follow your advise without any hesitation. They even have launched the new website!    OurTube

Good one mate ... 



by yolanda on

Thank you, Majid, for your "Ourtube" joke!  LOOOOOOL!

Thank you!

I need some jokes to lift up my spirit!



No Youtube no more!

by Majid on

With this change we can call it "Ourtube" from now on.