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  • Boomer YouTubers redefine content creator archetypes
  • Boomer YouTubers redefine content creator archetypes
    JD Mason (2016) ©
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Boomer YouTubers redefine content creator archetypes

The pandemic pushed us further online. But beneath the obvious implications, like more online shopping, an unexpected nugget was the spike in Boomer YouTubers. Across the board, tech-mediated creativity is on the rise, and people want platforms to help them keep the ball rolling. 

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