In the social video space, individual users greenlight their own no-budget projects, and they’re surfaced organically, without corporate sponsorship or promotion, by the fans. By the
time the show business machinery gets its claws on the creators, they are already stars with fully-developed personas and massive followings. And its not just a black/white thing. YouTube has made
stars out of all kinds of minorities, writes Todd Longwell.
- VideoInk, Wednesday, January 27, 2016 9:28 AM
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