The main reason for the use of YouTube is that you are able to use videos which are more visually appealing rather than reading and therefore is all in front of your eyes, making it much easy to see for entertainment purposes, business advertisements and many more.
According to this article based off the Internet, “The young vloggers and their fans who are changing the face of youth culture,” states how YouTube has been the most recent phenomenon when it comes to branding and creating
Steve Chen was born in August 18,1978. Steve chen co launched the website youtube. His website was the 10th most popular website the day of its release. Youtube is used for making videos for other people to see. They came up with the idea of youtube because, well steve chen and someone else that worked on say they were trying to find a video of a tsunami,But the other person says they were trying to find a football game. So right after they could not find the video they came up with the idea of a video website, known as youtube. Soon youtube was sold to google for 1.65 billion dollars. That is all i have to say about steve chen.
Have you ever wondered about MTV and how it became as big as it is today? The reason for this is that it has been around a while and your parents may have even watched it when they were younger. So, they have a little experience in how to draw young teens to watch their programs. MTV got its big start and revolutionized television as modern viewers know it today.
By the end of 2017, over 15.4 million people in the US will cut their cable. Who can blame them? Cable hasn’t evolved in last 10 years and cable is becoming increasingly more expensive annually. Nevertheless, several individuals are still paying for cable, when we have streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon. Streaming services are a superior alternative to cable because they are cost-effective, more accessible, interactive, and uses an advanced algorithm to learn about the viewer, and they don’t have any commercials.
The landscape of television has undergone major shifts over the last five years. In 2013, cable companies like Time Warner and Comcast, pulled over 100 million subscribers (Udland) total subscribers. By 2015, that number dipped below 100 million subscribers decreasing by one percent (Udland). In 2013, streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon, totaled over 40 million subscribers (Udland). By 2015, they saw a 30 percent increase in subscribers (Udland). While cable still holds dominance in the market, the latest trends have shown that streaming services will overtake them in the near future. Streaming services’ surge in popularity is a result of having a product that provides a superior alternative to cable that accommodates the customer.
“It’s on Youtube, Kid,” by Charles Simic is about how Youtube is the home of every song, movie, and tv show . The search possibilities are endless. Youtube brings people to a place they have dreamt of or is reliving. Youtube is where songs can be heard. Reminisce of past memories can be recalled from the songs sung and listened to. Simic shares his memory of patriotic songs that he had to sing as a child in school. Simic used Youtube help him narrow his search.From this article Simic talks about Tv Shows, this to Simic brings him to a place of memory and a new tradition. The Tv shows have brought his family closer, now all cherishing these shared memory. Lastly movies, through Youtube have impacted Simic, Youtube has brought Simics life together
At this point, stories about video streaming services attempting to steal money and viewership from Youtube feel older than Youtube itself. Challengers have come and gone, but very few streaming services have managed to stick around and find success, and none of them have become the top streaming service. Google gave up and just bought Youtube instead. But with streaming becoming the primary mode of watching content now, companies still have to try their hand at it, and now Comcast is throwing their hat into the ring. The new Comcast video streaming service will be called Watchable, and even if it's not the future of streaming, it looks as though Comcast video streaming could very well be the future of Comcast.
Although what Ashley Hovey spoke about, the industry of technology and media, is not necessarily in line with my professional interests, it is definitely aligned with my recreational interests. Like many millennials, I am an avid watcher of on-demand streaming services like Netflix/Hulu, and an abandon-er of television. With the growing popularity of non-traditional media sources, there has been a mantra amongst millennial news sources that the medium of TV is dying Thus, it was incredibly interesting to hear Ashley’s perspective, as a person who works in TV, on the state of the industry. For one, it was surprising to hear how important advertising revenues are to big companies like Comcast. Although I knew that advertising revenues are high, I did not know that they are Comcast’s #2 source of revenue and in turn, a lot of its initiatives are aimed towards optimizing ad gains.
YouTube uses a similar model as television, advertisements, but in a completely different form. Creators on YouTube are payed based on views, as the more people watch the content the more advertisers are interested in investing, but this model is fluctuating and unreliable. To build a more sustainable model, many creators turn to alternative forms of revenue. Philip DeFranco, for example, has built a business model on selling merchandise, acquiring his own sponsors and working with a larger multimedia company, Discovery Network. Therefore, in a sense new media is still very much financially reliant on old-media. Television shows such as The Rachel Maddow Show has more stability, with advertisers trusting the reliability of
YouTube is a social media platform, owned by Google, where people all around the world can watch seemingly endless amounts of videos on their phone, tablet or computer. The social media platform's creators are those who wish to create unique videos and upload them for the world to see.
When it comes to watching television shows and movies, streaming websites, such as: Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon, have virtually monopolized the market, and have exceedingly brought down cable and theater sales. The mere thought of cable is
YouTube is a video sharing website. Actually, it is a leader for video sharing on the Internet. It has ranked with the top 5 valuable web properties in the world. It also has been selected by Times
YouTube is the one stop shop for a user’s video needs. Content ranges from funny home videos to vlogs to political commentary, with nothing left out in between. To keep access to the site free for viewers and creators, YouTube adopted a unique business model to maintain viewership and provide an incentive for creators to post content on the site. This model, though successful, brings an array of problems when deciding what content a creator can profit from. The method YouTube used to determine which videos could profit from advertising is unethical as it inhibits content creators’ ability to create entertaining videos to the site.