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Homeless Man From Moscow Created His YouTube Channel
2.07.2015 10:55
Homeless Man From Moscow Created His YouTube Channel
(Source: http://www.mindaytv.ru/contacts)

The capital homeless man Evgeny Yakut has created a channel on YouTube which has gained 9,000 subscribers during the first three weeks of its existence. The report on the unusual videoblogger was provided by the TV-channel “Podmoskovye 360”. The author and the newscaster on the life of the homeless in the capital said that the idea to create a channel came to him after he saw a television program about the bloggers who earn money on the views of their videos, when he came into the railway station building to warm up one day. After that Evgeny managed to get to know a young man who agreed to become his cameraman. Now they move around the city together, shoot videos for the increasingly popular blog and hope to make money on this.

      The cameramen, however, doubts if they will get rich only on the videos: “one has to earn money on advertising, but I doubt that any advertiser will come and want to advertise”. At the same time video blog, as “Podmoskovye 360” specified, already attracted the attention of the producer Kirill Reshetnikov.


Sources: http://lenta.ru 


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: YouTube     

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