Vlogumentary is a 90 minute feature-length documentary starring ShayCarl and the SHAYTARDS a well known youtube channel and other YouTube vloggers and professionals in the New Media ...
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Vlogumentary is a 90 minute feature-length documentary starring ShayCarl and the SHAYTARDS a well known youtube channel and other YouTube vloggers and professionals in the New Media industry. This documentary will delve into what vlogging is, the rise of YouTube creators, and how vlogging has forever changed the lives of the vloggers, the viewers, and the industry itself. We want to tell the story of how being a "YouTuber" has changed the lives of thousands through the eyes of one family that has realized a dream come true of a dream they never knew they even had.Written by
Day in the life of a few young millionaires. Making money is all fine and good but you need to be smart enough and not greedy, and know when to call it quits. Make a few million and get the heck out of there. You are literally putting the social welfare and wellbeing of your family at risk. Plus - you never know when your brand will go downhill. Plus those fans who "need" you will find another upstart or are probably living vicariously through another YouTuber. Whatever, this documentary does not show as much of the business aspect as it should. I might dare and say this is pro-vlogger propaganda.
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