YouTube's revenue growth suggests it could grow as big as a television network in the next five years, analysts say. The network is believed to have brought in about $2.4 billion in 2012 and a projected revenue of $15 billion would make it as large as a CBS or Viacom. "It is becoming an attractive and important medium for brand advertisers, and we think it will increasingly compete (with traditional media companies) for the incremental video-delivered brand advertising dollars," says Carlos Kirjner, Sanford Bernstein senior analyst.

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