In The News: Hank Greenspun School of Journalism and Media Studies
If you’re still on the fence about it, hop-off and sign up for Disney Plus because WandaVision is likely to change the whole game. Marvel Studios has taken us on a 10+ year journey unlike anything ever seen in film. They’re now expanding their original content to the small screen on a scope that has yet to be seen. We’ve collected expert opinions from all over the CheckpointXP stratosphere from our hosts to some of our closest friends and colleagues. What exactly can we expect from WandaVision’s debut?
A nine-year-old boy has made more than €24 million in a year from “unboxing” and reviewing toys and games on YouTube to hold the title of highest-paid YouTuber for the third year running.
The nine-year-old boy earned $ 30 million in a year from “unpacking” and browsing toys and games on YouTube to carry the title of highest paid YouTuber for the third year in a row.
The highest paid youtuber? A 9-year-old boy who earns nearly $ 30 million a year . He is at the top of the top 10 YouTube influencers. But now for this child and his family there could be trouble because in his videos he would promote products without explicitly declaring it.
9 years and an income of nearly $ 30 million a year. He is the first of the top 10 of YouTube influencers , the highest paid of the video social network par excellence.
This year, the three most popular accounts on the video portal Youtube all have more than 100 million subscribers for the first time. Ahead is the appearance of "T-Series" with 165 million, long-term rival of Felix "Pewdiepie" Kjellberg, followed by 108 million accounts. Behind it, in third place with 100 million subscriptions, is the children's song channel Cocomelon.
A nine-year-old boy has made nearly $30m in a year from “unboxing” and reviewing toys and games on YouTube to hold the title of highest-paid YouTuber for the third year running.
The gift underneath the Christmas tree might have been delivered by Santa, but it’s possible it was inspired by Ryan.
American democracy, always perhaps less sturdy than we imagined, has shown itself of late to be alarmingly fragile. Its survival depends on a number of elements currently in short supply: elected officials who abide not just by the law but by long-observed Constitutional principles and norms of behavior; a body politic animated more by the better angels of our nature than by our baser instincts or a cynical grasping after power; and, finally, on some minimum number of agreed-upon facts, and a shared sense of reality, among the citizenry.
Critical students often say that teachers are not tech-savvy. That cannot be further from the truth because of Ryan Thorp, a Journalism Professor at the University of Nevada Las Vegas teaching classes how to shoot and edit videos. Mastering skills of online and in-person teaching at the same time, he is one professor that is winning the battle against technology.
As states certify their official election results, many questions linger about this unprecedented race for the U.S. presidency.
Faced with zero gravity, a young, healthy adult in space can lose up to 20 percent of their muscle mass in five to 11 days. That’s the hell that awaits U. S. Navy Lieutenant Jonny Kim, 36, who recently completed NASA’s astronaut-candidacy training for his potential first trip to space.