On episode 171 of the BSP, I analyze the Vox Adpocalypse and the War on YouTube, I provide a summary of the events between Steven Crowder and Carlos Maza, the articles from CNET and New York Times, what concerns me about these actions, and what I think you as a creator are able to do to avoid any kind of negative impact on your career.
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00:00 - Intro
01:01 - #VoxAdpocalypse & The War on YouTube
01:24 - Summary of Events
03:24 - Why I Care About YouTube Hit Pieces
05:18 - My Issue With Steven Crowder’s Actions
07:00 - My Issue With Carlos Maza’s Approach
09:55 - CNET Wants Angry Gamers to be Demonetized!
12:20 - The New York Times Think YouTube Radicalizes People to the Far Right
14:18 - My Thoughts on the Drama & Hit Pieces
17:14 - What Should You Do to Protect Your Self as a Creator?
YT Blog Update 2:: https://youtube.googleblog.com/2019/06/taking-harder-look-at-harassment.html
CNET Angry YouTubers: https://www.cnet.com/news/meet-the-angry-gaming-youtubers-who-turn-outrage-into-views/
NYT YouTube Radicalization: https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2019/06/08/technology/youtube-radical.html
22:23 - WYHTS: Would You Have the Same Beliefs if You Had a Larger Audience?
24:05 - WYHTS: SM7b Hype!
24:47 - WYHTS: Outrage Only Seems to Occur Online?
27:03 - Ask Bandrew
27:54 - Voice Submission 1
28:17 - Unlimited Budget, What’s Your Audio / Studio Setup?
31:51 - Outro
32:44 - Bonus: Mic I’m Using