- n. A contributor to a videoblog.
“For extra juice, the team tapped popular YouTube videoblogger Philip DeFranco to star in one of the promos.”
“I was a 23-year-old videoblogger in a Gryffindor scarf, part of the generation that grew up along with a certain boy wizard.”
“My friend and aspiring videoblogger (click here and learn how to videoblog) Nathan Kirschbaum spoke with Senator Clinton today at her event in Hartford, which was spitting distance from Trinity College.”
“* Beijing: "Alive in Baghdad" videoblogger among US citizens detained in pro-Tibet protests”
“Supporters of American videoblogger Josh Wolf, who spent 226 days in U.S. prison, credit a massive online campaign in part with his recent release.”
“San Francisco activist and videoblogger Josh Wolf has been in jail for almost nine months for refusing to hand over tapes of an anti-war demonstration.”
“MoveOn announces the winner of its Obama ad contest; Andrew Sullivan, the web, and the fight against obedience, submission, and authoritarianism; a videoblogger asks, where is Ralph Nader's party and organization?”
“Your predecessor in the CEO job inevitably spent way too much time explaining to reporters, investors, analysts, and anyone else who would listen (that cute new Wall Street videoblogger?) why your company was actually doing just fine and how brighter times were just around the corner as your competitive position deteriorated and your financial results fell apart, and nobody believed it anyway.”
“In town for a meeting with the newest member of his legal team, the First Amendment giant Martin Garbus, the embattled videoblogger was in a surprisingly constrained mood considering the circumstances.”
“LisaNova, a videoblogger and veritable YouTube star, produced a biting parody of Sunset Blvd. starring Hillary Clinton as the faded film star.”
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