By Nicholas Whitt |Staff Writer| YouTube has created a subscription service called YouTube Red, and it opens up multiple avenues on how it may provide online video and educational content. "Google has been breaking even in terms of revenue and cost production with YouTube for the past nine years," according to Dan Bates, a writer for DailyMail.com. Charging people money to watch some of their favorite creators make unique content is the same principle as the famous web based video content Hulu followed. Hulu, back in 2009, used to be free for everyone and gained most of their revenue from ads, just like YouTube. Now, Hulu is a subscription service with only certain content … [Read more...] about Youtube the next hulu?
By, Ryan Libby |Staff Writer| Kwame Alexander has flown himself into the limelight with his backboard-breaking dunking ability, but his humble attitude off the basketball court makes his celebrity status unknown to many. Alexander, the All-CCAA senior forward seemed surprised at his YouTube popularity with over 800,000 views on YouTube for his high flying slam dunks, appearances on ESPN, ABC and NBC as well as the number two play on SportsCenter’s top 10 plays of the week. "It’s an honor," said Alexander. "It’s a once in a lifetime thing. Somebody else put [the video] on [YouTube] and it goes viral like that. It’s good. It’s fun." Walking around campus it’s hard not to notice the 6 … [Read more...] about Alexander sees NBA in his future