How YouTube shook up TV and created a new generation of stars

von: Chris Stokel-Walker, Eric Meyers

25,99 €

Verlag: Canbury Press
Format: MP3 (in ZIP-Archiv)
Veröffentl.: 17.05.2019
ISBN/EAN: 9781912454372
Sprache: englisch

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Two billion people worldwide watch YouTube. Yet its stars remain a mystery to much of the public and media. What is the secret of their appeal? How do they cope with being in front of the lens? And who is behind them?

Wired journalist Chris Stokel-Walker reveals the answers in the first independent in-depth book on YouTube. For three years he has interviewed more than 100 figures connected with the world's biggest video-sharing website, including leading agents, managers and the YouTubers themselves.

He charts YouTube's rise from showing a single video of a zoo to multi-billion-dollar site that outmuscles Facebook. And he delves into thorny issues about brands, burnout and authenticity. He explains why YouTubers keep stopping traffic in city centres and whether they will eat normal TV.

If you are a journalist, publicist, advertiser, or marketer who needs to know how YouTube works or a parent intrigued by what the kids are watching and why (or just fascinated by the lives of leading creators) you will be informed and entertained by this book.
Chris Stokel-Walker is a British journalist whose work regularly appears in WIRED, The Economist and Newsweek.

He is known for breaking major news about YouTube and often reports on the site for television, radio and podcasts.

For YouTubers he has travelled around the world, attending YouTube events and speaking to behind-the-camera producers and powerbrokers, including key creators KSI, Hank and John Green, and Emma Blackery.

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