[HacktionLab] "Breadtube" talk and discussion at Hacktioncamp

mick fuzz mickfuzz23 at gmail.com
Tue Jun 7 19:40:31 UTC 2022

This sounds great Ben,

Let us know if there are links that we can follow to do any background 
I haven't done alt media for some years apart from watch snarky American 
anti-trump youtube channels.

nice one

On 07/06/2022 17:03, Ben wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> I hope it is okay for me to post here.
> I am looking forward to Hacktioncamp this weekend and catching up with 
> anyone that remembers me :)
> I am working on a short presentation to deliver this weekend, and 
> thought I would post about it here to give folks a heads up.
> The talk I am working on will be about the current state of "Breadtube".
> The term "Breadtube", for anyone who doesn't know, is a very loose 
> label that has been used to describe left-wing / anarchist leaning 
> media creators online.  It was originally used to refer to several 
> specific channels and the content they made on youtube (from ~2016 
> onwards) but has since grown in scope to end up being used to refer to 
> a wider variety of content and platforms.
> I will try to be brief, but during the talk I would like to cover
> - a brief history of the scene emerging
> - some examples of creators and content, plus how successful they have 
> been
> - the general positives and negatives of the scene
> - the future potential of the scene
> Feedback and suggestions welcome.
> Cheers,
> Ben
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