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Tweenage kids hooked to Vlogging says Lara Prendergast

Tweenage kids hooked to Vlogging says Lara Prendergast

Vlogging can now be a well-paid career.

One in three children between the ages of 11 and 16. have uploaded a video to YouTube.

In a survey last year, 75per cent of the children asked said they wanted to be YouTube stars. The research also revealed that many of the children would rather learn video-editing than history or maths. Unlike the more traditional dream jobs - pop star, doctor, footballer, astronaut - it doesn’t take much effort. All it require is a smart phone and gallons of youthful self-confidence.

There are plenty of people with that who have made millions from their respective channels.

Not every child can be Zoella. In reality, the most they’ll end up with is an embarrassing collection of videos they’ll want to delete later in life. So the real winners, as usual, are the tech companies, who are constantly tweaking their systems to extract the maximum revenue from their audiences while sucking up consumer data.

Source Deccan Chronicle-1st April


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