YouTube is still the pesky younger sibling of television, which is the wicked uncle of Hollywood. But the social video site is slowly becoming a formidable medium in its own right, creating new business models and spheres of influence for - literally - a million rising stars. OpenSlate, which describes its services as delivering “actionable information about the value of online video to advertisers,” recently put together an infographic analyzing the top 1,000 YouTube channels. Some of the findings are mind-blowing, like the fact that over one million YouTubers run ads on their content. [Infographic] YouTube's Top 1,000 Channels Reveal An Industry Taking Shape
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