By Mark Schaefer A short time ago, Verizon quietly folded its big-time venture into social content, a platform they started in 2015 called Go90. The telecommunications company wanted to become a media company, and it bet big bucks to make it happen. With younger video viewers increasingly flocking to YouTube and social platforms instead of linear TV, the time was ripe for a new video platform competitor, especially one that could offer great content from the digital video creators and…