Feat: Jamal Edwards, Ryan Taylor, MIST, Casey Neistat, Ed Sheeran, Carns Hill, KSI, Headie One, Michael Dapaah, Joe Santagato, Swifta Beater, Rodney ‘Darkchild’ Jerkins, Lady Leshurr, Joe Wicks, Elijah Quashie, Immortal Technique, Ethiopia Habtemariam, Brenda Edwards, Steel Banglez, Yxng Bane, Terry Crews, Russell Redeaux, Amelia Dimoldenberg, Twin B, Jessie J, Caspar Lee, Joey Fatts, Ken Hertz, Marc Geiger & more.
SBTV launches a brand new documentary film ‘Living Viral’ on SBTV. Directed by Theodore Isaiah Williams and executive produced by Jamal, world renowned BMX freestyler Ryan Taylor and SBTV’s Duncan Eaton and Isaac Densu, ‘Living Viral’ takes a look at the role, impact and success of YouTube and social platforms on a new generation of music-makers, entertainment talent and influencers.
Filmed in London, LA & NY, ‘Living Viral’ features Jamal Edwards and Ryan Taylor, plus a roll call of notable music and entertainment figures to discuss and dissect the significance of YouTube over the last decade; how the landscape has changed, not only for independent creators and the new opportunities offered from the digital channels to own and control content, but the shakeup of the traditional broadcasting model and impact on everyday life.
As one of the UK’s leading music YouTube channels, SBTV plays an integral part in the growth of digital and social platforms and promoting new talent, and in premiering this short documentary, SBTV continues to drive the conversation around this almost limitless model of promotion and opportunity.
With commentary and insight from rappers to record label moguls, influencers to industry insiders, ‘Living Viral’ is a reflection of the world as we know it and a hint of what is to come in the future.
‘WE SHAPE OUR TOOLS AND AFTERWARDS OUR TOOLS SHAPE US’
Chapter 1 - Online Music Platforms
The rise of SBTV and its role in championing new talent, the growth of grime, Ed Sheeran’s career path - ‘there is no Ed without UK MC culture (Twin B)
Chapter 2 - The New Face of Entertainment
The rise of YouTube and birth of the ‘viral’ video, shift in boundaries, rules and creative control, the monetisation of content
Chapter 3 - They Can’t Deny The Numbers
The change in the music business, artists in control of their own content, virality vs traditional marketing techniques. The positive impact of digital platforms on urban music and reaching a global audience.
Chapter 4 - A Truly Global Sound
How digital platforms have changed the process of making music and creating more opportunities for artists when physical product is declining
Chapter 5 - The Future of Content
The relationship between YouTubers and their audience, the control bestowed on viewers on what content they see, the important of trust between the content creator and the subscriber.
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