By Martin Lewis As we mourn the passing of the remarkable Walter Cronkite -- my mind goes back to the first time I met him -- and how I learned about his unheralded, but crucial, role in the breakthrough of the Beatles in America. For the title of this essay is true in its broadest sense.
Today, hours of video are uploaded to the site every minute. VHS tapes were like giant cassettes. Cassettes were… Oh, never mind. It has changed our world. We're the new competition. Ten months earlier Cameron had won the Conservative leadership on a platform of reaching the voters others could not.
In the eight years since, YouTube has become a raucous town square for those who aspire to power, good and evil.
Isil and KKK propaganda videos jostle for attention alongside English town council candidates and teenage pranksters. The veteran Middle East reporter, Jeffrey Goldberg, recently wrote that extremists no longer bother meeting with journalists.
Some reached the highest office in the world.
Others have been eaten alive. In Aprilwhen the expenses scandal lit a fire under Westminster, Gordon Brown, then Labour Prime Minister, posted a call for reform to YouTube, wearing a glazed grin throughout. It was shot in soft focus before a set of French windows.
YouTube has lifted the veil on politicians, effectively placing them under 24 hour scrutiny, with every slip at risk of being captured and endlessly replayed.
From the anarchy, a new generation of politicians has emerged. Then, with the financial crisis in full-swing, came a blistering dress-down for Gordon Brown in the chamber of the European Parliament.
It was watched nearly three million times. Matthew McGregor and Stephen Muller worked on the president's online campaign. The team realised YouTube is not like television - a megaphone for a single message - but a way of nudging carefully identified groups into changing their behaviour. Certain videos were aimed at journalists to shape their reports.
Others were emailed to motivate an army of door-knockers. The online team comprised online staff, including 30 on YouTube alone. Had YouTube broadened democracy? Or had it simply shifted power away from the old television ad gurus to a new generation?
He began shooting up-and-coming musicians and now makes vast sums from advertising on his SBTV channel. The Prime Minister is yet to appear.
He thinks MPs, mistrusted and scorned by the public, should use it to rebuild their relationship with voters. I had a day with Ed Vaizey, and I would like to see more. Bieber, once the prodigal Canadian talent discovered on YouTube aged 12, had become gossip column fodder.
By nurturing a devoted audience on YouTube - the so-called Beliebers - Bieber also paved the way for a new breed of celebrity: Zoe Sugg, better known as Zoella, launched her YouTube channel in Now 24, Sugg has more than 7.
They helped make her novel, Girl Online, the highest-selling for a debut author since records began. Tabatha Bundesen gave up her day job to manage her pet, Grumpy Cat.
The animal earned more than Gwyneth Paltrow last year. There are YouTube celebrities in all manner of niche fields.
Her video of five Angry Birds eggs being opened has been viewed 90 million times. Tanya Burr has earned 2. Nearly half a million people have watched Abby Vapes showing how to smoke an e-cigarette like a dragon.
Others, such as the blue-eyed Briton Marcus Butler, 3. While the music industry used to be sniffy about YouTube talent, record labels now fight over musicians that can effortlessly shift records to their online fanbases.
The competition for exclusive imagery among paparazzi has consequently become savage. Ina photographer was fatally run over trying to get a shot of Bieber after his Ferrari was pulled over by police.Five reasons why traditional media still matters.
January 06, by Lisa Noble, Cramer-Krasselt I've read the reports about how dwindling resources in the newsroom are turning people away from newspapers and other traditional media outlets, and how local TV is becoming increasingly vulnerable.
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