YouTube Affects Us How?

YouTube Affects Us How?
Innovation

Henry Jenkins, the Director of the Comparative Media Studies Program at MIT and pop-cultural studies guru, dissects the ways in which YouTube affects our society, from YouTube’s dependence on social-networking...

Joel Horowitz
  • 31 may 2007


Henry Jenkins, the Director of the Comparative Media Studies Program at MIT and pop-cultural studies guru, dissects the ways in which YouTube affects our society, from YouTube’s dependence on social-networking sites to how “we are finding clips that gain greater visibility through YouTube than they achieved via the broadcast and cable channels from which they originated.” He breaks it down to nine “big-ideas”.

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