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In this photo illustration, a woman and a dog watch a video by chef and YouTuber Caroline Artiss on her YouTube page, July 2, 2016 in Los Angeles, California.
Self-described YouTuber Caroline Artiss has been a chef for 20 years, but opted out of restaurants and went to work for herself in catering in 2008. Then, a friend showed her how simple it was to make videos for YouTube. A media revolution is taking place, and most people over 35 years of age aren't tuned in. Millennials and their successors are shunning old-school television in favor of watching what they want whenever they wish on Google-owned YouTube or other video platforms like Dailymotion or Facebook.  / AFP / Robyn Beck        (Photo credit should read ROBYN BECK/AFP/Getty Images)
In this photo illustration, a woman and a dog watch a video by chef and YouTuber Caroline Artiss on her YouTube page, July 2, 2016 in Los Angeles, California.
Self-described YouTuber Caroline Artiss has been a chef for 20 years, but opted out of restaurants and went to work for herself in catering in 2008. Then, a friend showed her how simple it was to make videos for YouTube. A media revolution is taking place, and most people over 35 years of age aren't tuned in. Millennials and their successors are shunning old-school television in favor of watching what they want whenever they wish on Google-owned YouTube or other video platforms like Dailymotion or Facebook.  / AFP / Robyn Beck        (Photo credit should read ROBYN BECK/AFP/Getty Images)

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