If you’re under 35, chances are, you’re familiar with REDDIT. This klunky forum website is very popular for doing “ask me anything” sessions with celebrities, athletes, and other public figures, as well as hosting lively discussions on the events of the day. But Reddit is now getting into the video hosting game, creating a YouTube killer that could very well put a dent in the social based content creator’s media dominance.
By James DeRuvo (doddleNEWS) Believing that they have stumbled across the next great wave of content creation, Facebook has begun experimenting with the mobile-centric format of vertical video. Have they lost their minds, or are […]
By James DeRuvo (doddleNEWS) YouTube’s so-called “Adpocalypse” against content creators is evolving again, and not for the better. As the streaming media portal recently announced yet another change in their monetization policy, life is about […]
In its most recent published quarterly report, YouTube outlines how, between July and September of 2017, it purged the streaming network of over 1.7 million channels, 7.8 million videos, and over a quarter of a […]