Advertisers are boycotting YouTube to make a statement. It’s not just a couple of them, either. It’s more than 250 brands. Brands like PepsiCo, Starbucks, Wal-Mart, and McDonald’s have pulled their advertising from YouTube. It has been estimated that it could be costing Google, who owns YouTube, $750 million. Others have said this controversy won’t

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Jayson Duncan

This monthly Social Media and Video column is contributed by Jayson Duncan. Jayson is an Orange County, California filmmaker and owner of the video production company Miller Farm Media. In 2003, Jayson began using video to help others tell their stories through his video production company, Miller Farm Media. He has created videos for Fortune 50 companies. In his spare time Jayson enjoys playing his guitar, song writing, and spending time with his wife, Gretchin.

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