As digital content continues to migrate from YouTube channels to TV, producers are scrambling to find the next "Annoying Orange" and other properties ripe for the cable picking.
It's fitting that Hollywood is represented by a YouTube star at the Consumer Electronics Show this year.
Google may be about to find out the hard way that its YouTube channels have left money on the table.
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360HipHop.com, the urban entertainment site created by Def Jam founder Russell Simmons, has teamed with rap star Jay-Z and Roc-A-Fella Enterprises to develop original programming for the Web.