In a cavernous main stage room in a southern California convention hall, Jason Kilar is explaining how he’s going to make content creators money. About two and a half years ago, Kilar was the CEO of Hulu before relations with television networks reached breaking point. Today, instead of working with ABC and Fox, he’s working with YouTube’s rising stars—and tapping into a subculture, made up mostly of people in their teens and twenties, that’s poised to change the entertainment industry.
Kilar’s company, Vessel, is a subscription online video platform. For $2.95 a month, viewers can watch videos from Internet celebrities such as Ingrid Nilsen, Epic Meal Time, and Shane Dawson before they appear on YouTube…
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Fast Company by Neal Ungerleider
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activity picks up in the promising field, Chief Executive Jason Kilar said
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