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YouTube Eggs on Cover Song Overload

Allison Stubblebine, Music Editor
April 7, 2016
Filed under Uncategorized

With the advent and growth of YouTube's free-for-all content, the music industry has become oversaturated with content.

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Through the Fashion World with Alexa Chung

Through the Fashion World with Alexa Chung

Carson Kessler, Staff Writer
February 29, 2016
Filed under Beauty & Style, FEATURES

Alexa Chung's second season of 'The Future of Fashion' does not disappoint.

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NYU Senior Stars in New Web Series

NYU Senior Stars in New Web Series

Anubhuti Kumar, Staff Writer
January 25, 2016
Filed under ARTS, Entertainment

New web series created by NYU senior chronicles an underdog girl making her way in New York.

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YouTube personality Finn Harries attracts students to media event

YouTube personality Finn Harries attracts students to media event

Yeho Hwang, Staff Writer
November 29, 2015
Filed under FEATURES

The Global Media and Creative Production Club hosted a Q&A session with Finn Harries from the Jack’s Gap YouTube Channel.

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Body shaming must not serve as punchline

Body shaming must not serve as punchline

Joelle Yu, Contributing Writer
September 11, 2015
Filed under OPINION

Joelle Yu writes about Nicole Arbour’s “Dear Fat People” video.

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Freemium focuses internet away from ads, toward content

Freemium focuses internet away from ads, toward content

Matthew Tessler, Deputy Digital Director
September 8, 2015
Filed under OPINION

The freemium model —that Spotify and YouTube have adopted– should be the future of online content.

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Weekly Recap: Nov. 3-7

Weekly Recap: Nov. 3-7

November 10, 2014
Filed under MULTIMEDIA, Weekly Recap

Links to stories: Cuomo victorious, re-elected as governor Alums remembered for polio vaccine NYU Reacts: HBO Go in dorms The Arts Issue Impressions: A talk of faith-born acceptance   Links to Social Media: Facebook Twitter Instagram: nyunews ... Read more »

Weekly Recap: Oct. 6 to 10

Weekly Recap: Oct. 6 to 10

October 15, 2014
Filed under MULTIMEDIA, Weekly Recap

Links to stories: Adventure Issue MTA to increase surveillance in subway cars [VIDEO] Op-Ed Live: Street Harrassment Let's Talk: Mental Health, Sex & Drugs Lady Violets dominate Bulldogs, 4-0 NYU releases annual crime report Social Media: Twitter Facebook Instagram: nyune... Read more »

Facebook drinking game necessitates individual responsibility

Facebook drinking game necessitates individual responsibility

February 19, 2014
Filed under Exclude From Homepage List, OPINION

A notorious drinking game known as Neknominate has swept social media platforms and revitalized discussions about the balance between corporate and individual responsibility. The Neknominate game involves consuming a large quantity of alcohol while being filmed. Once a challenge is completed, the pa... Read more »

ARTS ISSUE: YouTube excess creates unique form of celebrity

ARTS ISSUE: YouTube excess creates unique form of celebrity

December 5, 2013
Filed under ARTS

In 2008, Shane Dawson began posting videos on YouTube. His video blogs or “vlogs” consisted of him speaking straight to the camera, with nothing more than interesting stories and a sharp sense of humor. Dawson was only one of many people who began uploading personal videos after YouTube’s ... Read more »

YouTube not just a site for entertainment, but education

YouTube not just a site for entertainment, but education

April 7, 2013
Filed under Editor's Picks, Exclude From Homepage List, OPINION

An interesting set of smart, well-produced, educational channels have emerged on YouTube in the last couple of years. Alhough YouTube has, in general, degenerated into something resembling television, some educational series are worth the extra time spent watching the ads that come with them. At the... Read more »

‘Harlem Shake’ represents cultural evolution of digital age

‘Harlem Shake’ represents cultural evolution of digital age

March 4, 2013
Filed under OPINION

If you’ve ever seen a “Harlem Shake” video, the first thing you probably noticed was that no one is doing the actual Harlem Shake — or at least somebody has pointed this out to you. The original Harlem Shake of the 1980s is a provocative dance performed by shaking the shoulders and arms, but... Read more »

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