Vicky Bennison is working to stop traditional, rare pasta recipes from becoming extinct. Her YouTube channel, Pasta Grannies, which has filmed nearly 200 grannies, aims to share these delicious recipes with the world. From INSIDER.
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YouTube promoted a video claiming to show evidence that one of the survivors of last week's school shooting in Parkland, Florida, is a paid actor. Similar videos and articles are showing up on YouTube and other social media sites like Facebook. The issue is an example of a potentially troubling problem for social media sites and how news is delivered to the world. From Business Insider.
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Have you ever wondered how people earn money making videos on YouTube? Talent manager and content producer Reuven Ashtar sat down with Jessica Abo to discuss how his Never Napping clients, ranging from The Sorry Girls, Molly Burke, and Amanda Rach Lee to The Icing Artist and Aydian Dowling, became YouTube stars, and what it takes to be successful. From Entrepreneur.
Hundreds of white nationalists, alt-righters, and neo-Nazis traveled to Charlottesville, Virginia to participate in the “Unite the Right” rally. By Saturday evening three people were dead – one protester, and two police officers – and many more injured. From VICE News.
Social videos are formulaic. Follow these five steps Diply’s says you’re sure to succeed on social. From Cheddar.
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Tatiana Subbotina is a 62-year-old Russian grandmother, who, thanks to her inventive, self-taught video production skills, is also an emerging YouTube sensation (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBiv...). Her one-woman DIY productions often feature her traveling, swimming or floating through exotic places and scenarios. And while her videos are already wildly popular in Russia, they are now beginning to attract an international audience, as well. Step into her green screen world. From Great Big Story.
Bethany Mota says she was only 12 years old when she was bullied online and photos from her MySpace page were used against her. Now, Bethany Mota has turned her YouTube channel into a full-time career. From ABC News.
From Zoella, to Lilly Singh and Jaclyn Hill, here are some of the best female YouTubers in the world! From TheTrendy.