[Air-l] Any YouTube research?

Ana Keshelashvili anna at osgf.ge
Thu Feb 8 11:22:40 PST 2007


Thanks a lot, good leads...

Heidelberg, Chris wrote:

>There are articles, but not too much in the scholarly department because
>You Tube is so young...only a few years old. However, I would use the
>recent Time magazine person of the year article and the fact that You
>Tube was recently cited as one of the best technologies of the
>user-generated media age. Also check out Good Morning Silicon Valley.
>They have nice archives on You Tube. Truthfully, I would go to the
>source, You Tube, and obtain data from them directly and find out if
>they know of any articles. I am certain that they keep tabs on articles
>of all types concerning them, but you may not get all of the critical
>ones. 
>
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>A couple of basic demographics/time use questions were included on a
>recent Harris Poll:
>http://www.harrisinteractive.com/harris_poll/index.asp?PID=724
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>Ana Keshelashvili wrote:
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>>I'm doing a research on YouTubers' characteristics, self-presentation 
>>strategies, why they Youtube and what do they have to offer and was 
>>wondering, if there are any studies done about YouTube that any of you 
>>might have seen or heared or used.
>>
>>Thanks a lot,
>>Best,
>>
>>Ana Keshelashvili
>>
>>Adjunct Faculty,
>>PhD student,
>>Georgian Institute of Public Affairs
>>Caucasus School of Journalism and Media Management
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