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YouTube can be fun, but some parents look at their kids and see dollar signs.
Rachel Dunphy joins us in the studio to talk about two articles she wrote for New York Magazine about families who have gone into the business of vlogging: producing videos with (or of) their children with the goal of making money on YouTube. One family went to such extreme measures to get views that two of their children were taken away this week.
The Dark Side of YouTube Family Vlogging, by Rachel Dunphy – New York Magazine
The Abusive ‘Pranks’ of YouTube Family Vloggers, by Rachel Dunphy – New York Magazine
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