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 Marc-Olivier Drouin |Staff Writer| On Nov. 13, as a part of the International Education Week Symposium, Emmy Award winner Daniel Jacobo presented Cinema & Television Images of the Latino/Latina, a conference about the place of Latinos and Latinas in cinema and TV productions. Many students were gathered in the Santos Manuel Student Union Theater for the conference. The conference started with a six minute clip showing various famous scenes of cinema history. After the video, Jacobo rapidly made it clear to the students that when we talk about cinema in our society, we usually focus on American cinema and ignore the cinema from other cultures. The speaker put a lot of … [Read more...] about Emmy Award winner advocates for Latin cinema