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Old format gets new life online

 


In the previous columns I’ve written about Youtube, I’ve focused on some of the more strange and unique video channels available.

Want to watch a guy build a mud hut with a heated floor or watch someone open up a 50-year-old military ration and, maybe, eat some really old crackers? I’ve had you covered. Those channels are maintained by people not interested in Youtube stardom, but want to share their particular hobbies with others.

However, Youtube has become more than a simple video service. It’s also a platform where some of the more popular hosts can make a living off of the vid...



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