Hi, I'm Devin, and my issue is with what YouTube has become. Hear me out, I think it's important. Corporations have started to grow on YouTube, and have started to overshadow individual creators. Corporations have the money and manpower to pump out content left and right, and individual creators are working as hard as they can just to be overlooked. I know the biggest example currently is the infamous T-series vs. Pewdiepie, which when you look at it more closely, it's more than just a "battle" for more subscribers. T-Series is a huge corporation, but most of their videos don't even reach * million views. Also, they have had multiple allegations of sexual harassment and boting. PewDiePie pie makes his videos with two editors, and has learned from the past and stopped making over the line jokes. He's even done multiple charity streams raising thousands of dollars for children. T-Series is a corporation. PewDiePie is a creator. When I see the most subscribed channel is a corporation, I feel like, "well that'll never be me, they've got advantages." In the end, YouTube is slowly shifting to being more about corporations, and not creators. I'm asking for two things. One: T-Series channel is monitored*checked if bots are used and if the sexual harassment allegations are true. Two: Corporations don't rule YouTube. Regardless of PewDiePie's content, he's a creator just trying to make other people happy. Do you want an individual to be the one at the top of the list, someone relatable and someone who inspires people, or a company that seems almost impossible to amount to their success because of their advantages, and less inspiring?
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