I was scrolling through my Facebook feed when I saw a fellow Yalie advertising his new political commentary TV show. I clicked on the page to see what it was about, fully expecting it to a YDN digital endeavor, only to find out it was hosted on Chattrspace. Chattrspace allows you to host your own talk show. Some might wonder… how is this any different from recording a video and putting it on Youtube? The answer is, its not very different. The one key difference is that you can host a talk show live, which allows the audience to interact through Chattrspace. Whether this will be enough to sustain the website is unclear, but the idea is cool. Check it out here.
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