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Thanks to YouTube and You For Hitting 100,000 Subscribers

We would like to thank the folks at YouTube for sending this beautiful silver play button to commemorate 100,000 subscribers. But more thanks belong to YOU our fans and followers for watching out little opuses. We have been busy on a lot more projects, including a complete revamp of the site (which we have been Read MoreRead More

Follow Me: The Life of YouTube Celebrity Brittani Louise Taylor

Since 2007, funny gal Brittani Louise Taylor has created hundreds of videos on YouTube, ranging from vlogs to spoofs to her weekly Shout Out Sunday show. We get to know BLT at home as she preps for all aspects of her demanding production schedule while finding time to balance her off-camera social life and relationships.Read More

A Useful 75 page Document on How to Market Your Webseries

Making a web series can be serious business. Julie Giles created this document for the Independent Production Fund of Canada to get you started on how to promote and market your web series. While it wasn’t so long ago that a scripted web series was considered a promotional offshoot of a television series, or a Read MoreRead More

Generation Like | Frontline

Thanks to social media, teens are able to directly interact with their culture — celebrities, movies, brands — in ways never before possible. But is that real empowerment? Or do marketers hold the upper hand? In “Generation Like,” Douglas Rushkoff explores how the teen quest for identity has migrated to the web — and exposes Read MoreRead More

YouTube expands live streaming to all channels, adds option to directly launch a Google+ Hangout On Air

The Youbiquitous video sharing platform is rolling out live streaming for all channels soon. YouTube today announced it is expanding its live streaming service to all YouTube channels. The Google-owned company now only has two requirements: your account must be verified and it has to be in good standing. If you have both, but don’t see the feature yet, don’t Read MoreRead More

Project shows the Result of YouTube’s Digital Copying

Patrick Liddell ran an experiment. What would happen if you uploaded a video to YouTube then downloaded the version YouTube compresses and then upload the compressed version for YouTube to compress again? After 1000 iterations The result is surprisingly foreign and unhuman. From an FAQ on his site. I thought digital copying was lossless. Why does Read MoreRead More

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