As some of you know, I am an advocate for alternative and creative video content. I do not care if you want to monetize or not, show me something other than an insulting dumb azz scripted corporate reality shows.
Women need to be visible. Non-hostile white men need to be visible. Fat people that like to dance need to be visible.
Which is why I will not watch. mainstream TV. My television has been dark for five years and counting. Only in the case of a national calamity will I turn it on again.
I subscribe to educational channels, old people channels, teenagers, food shows, tech shows, and what ever I might be interested in that day. Don't box me in and don't try to peg me demographically.
I'm just as likely to was 60 Seconds Adventures in Astronomy as I am to relax watching the Galaxy Trio.
I'm not alone in this mind set. Okay, perhaps watching the Galaxy Trio is for a select population.
Jay Smooth point out on Twitter this Colorlines video from some of the top folks on YouTube.They just so happen to be people of color.
Should you happen to hear some chuckle-head cackle that we are in a post-racial society and that they are color blind please point their eyeball to this video. Because these folks will tell them that they get deeply offensive comments no matter what they are talking about.
That they don't get the new tech give-a-ways to share with their viewers and they have a lot of viewers. Probably don't get the invites to plain vanilla stuff either.
It is a lament that I have heard from African American parenting bloggers who get totally ignored by the marketing world. Followed by food bloggers of color, tech bloggers and probably there is a version for the audio podcasters as well.
Asian, Latino/Latina and African Americans creators do not fit the current mold of completion acceptance. I have a feeling ageism creeps into the mix as well; in both directions.
So let's break the freaking mold.