Viral Video Genious Nalts had this to say, "
Nalts also added, "In this episode (embedded below), you’ll see a snippet of YouTube filmmaker Chuck Potter, whose “I Want My Three Minutes Back” should be mandatory viewing for aspiring video creators. It takes the journey into the transformation of several YouTube creators like myself."
As online video viewing continues to grow more and more online video publishers, video distribution sites and advertisers will look for new ways like personalization to reach a broader audience and increase their views. James McQuivey points out broadcast TV and cable networks already do this through programming. He says, "They don’t just deliver video, they “program,” meaning they select the content to fit the audience, and they arrange it in just the right order to satisfy. Programming also happens to be what online video sites need next."
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