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The 2018 B2B Trade Show Hashtag Report

The top 150 hashtags for B2B trade shows in four market segments (marketing, technology, auto, and media). Order today

Why Hollywood doesn't yet get anime | The Japan Times

The Japan Times--When it comes to Hollywood's versions of Japanese content, most fans return to the originals and wonder: Why can't they get it right? Jeff Gomez, CEO of Starlight Runner sheds some light on the West's cultural misreading of anime and manga.


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Monthly YouTube Ad Earnings: $275,000 To $2,000 In Two Years

Tubefilter--David Dobrik has been reasonably candid about his financial experiences as one of the world's most successful YouTubers. And now, the 23-year-old, who was recently named one of People’s 'Sexiest Man Alive', is giving fans a clearer window into his pre- and post-'Adpocalypse' earnings. The Adpocalypse broke in 2016, wherein advertisers began boycotting YouTube -- and ultimately drastically rethoug
November 19, 2019 Go to Tubefilter


Short clips, big risk: This mysterious startup wants to turn streaming on its head

CNN--Why Meg Whitman and Jeffrey Katzenberg are launching Quibi — a streaming service unlike any other.
November 18, 2019 Go to CNN


After a breakout year, looking ahead to the future of podcasting

TechCrunch--2019 has been a breakout year for podcasting. According to Edison Research’s Infinite Dial report, more than half of Americans have now listened to a podcast, and an estimated 32% listen monthly.
November 14, 2019 Go to TechCrunch


Disney+ is Messy, Unreliable, and Riddled with Bugs

Gizmodo--Disney made a lot of promises for its streaming service—many of which, as far as its content is concerned, it kept. But the service itself, Disney+, so far is messy, unreliable, and riddled with bugs.
November 14, 2019 Go to Gizmodo


Comedian Jim Gaffigan Rakes In $30 Million By Ditching Netflix And Betting On Himself

Forbes--Amazon is taking a swipe at Netflix's lucrative comedy business, and Jim Gaffigan is standing up to become the first big act to jump ship.
August 16, 2019 Go to Forbes


One Showrunner Actually Figured Out How to Hack Netflix's Algorithm

Gizmodo--When you log into Netflix one of the first things you see is a list of recommended shows. Sometimes its new episodes of shows you’ve liked and rated well. Often, it’s a whole myriad of shows you’ve never heard of or are only tangentially aware of. And if you’re like me one of those shows that Netflix repeatedly suggests you watch is Anders Tangen’s Norsemen, a silly little sitcom revolving around
August 09, 2019 Go to Gizmodo


TanaCon Organizer Files For Bankruptcy, Will Release His Own Documentary About Ill-Fated Event

Tubefilter--Michael Weist, the 22-year-old CEO of Good Times Entertainment -- which helped organize TanaCon alongside Mongeau -- announced yesterday in a press release that he is premiering his own documentary chronicling the lead-up to the dubious convention and why things ultimately went awry.
October 30, 2018 Go to Tubefilter



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