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News on HR 17th Feb 2023 ArdorComm Media Group Neal Mohan to be the new CEO of YouTube as Susan Wojcicki steps down 
News on HR 17th Feb 2023 ArdorComm Media Group Neal Mohan to be the new CEO of YouTube as Susan Wojcicki steps down 

Neal Mohan to be the new CEO of YouTube as Susan Wojcicki steps down 

-By ArdorComm News Network

After long-time CEO, Susan Wojcicki stepped down on February 16, YouTube will now have Neal Mohan as its CEO. YouTube’s parent company, Google, began its journey in Wojcicki’s garage.

Her departure comes at a time when there is a lot of enthusiasm and worry about the potential impact of AI chatbots like ChatGPT, which is now integrated with competitor Microsoft’s Bing Search, on how people might search for information online in the future. TikTok and Instagram Reels are two other short-video platforms that compete fiercely with YouTube.

“It’s been amazing to work with you over the years. You’ve built YouTube into an extraordinary home for creators and viewers. I’m excited to continue this awesome and important mission. Looking forward to what lies ahead,” Mohan wrote on Twitter, addressing Wojcicki.

Neal Mohan, a Stanford graduate who joined Google in 2008, oversees YouTube’s Shorts and Music departments as its chief product officer. Also, he has experience with Microsoft and sits on the boards of 23andMe, a genomics and biotechnology company and the personal styling company, Stitch Fix. He is also a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, an independent US think tank.

Mohan attended Stanford University for four years to earn a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering. In the early 2000s, he enrolled in the university’s Graduate School of Business to pursue an MBA.

He spent many years working for the internet advertising company DoubleClick. He became part of the tech giant after it was acquired by Google in 2007, rising to the position of senior vice president of Display and Video Ads.

He became part of the tech giant after it was acquired by Google in 2007, rising to the position of senior vice president of Display and Video Ads.

Indian-origin Mohan is one of several CEOs leading other major global tech giants, including Microsoft’s Satya Nadella, Adobe’s Shantanu Narayen, and Alphabet’s Sundar Pichai.

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