In a recent press release, Google has announced that YouTube is facing a notable deficit in content. The internet source for irrelevant online media does not have sufficient uploads from under-talented film students. Arthur Facefire of Google headed the study investigating the type of content available on YouTube. We at mathNEWS had the pleasure of talking to Facefire about this growing issue.
"The quality of media available [on YouTube] does not meet our specifications," commented Facefire. "I ran several searches and was disappointed to find exactly what I was looking for." Facefire proceeded to mention that every search for any type of media on YouTube is supposed to yield thousands of fan-made movies about the same subject. "The internet is the best place for teenagers with barely enough originality to hack together clips from TV shows and movies with whatever uninspired drivel of music they listen to into a fan vid and get recognition, for being useless." For the most part, the teenagers are filling up YouTube with their fan movies; however, every so often actual content makes it through.
Each and every one is the artist's first video because the world wide web is the best place for aspiring dipshits with any basic editing program to get exposure for their work. Unfortunately, the demand for fan videos is far greater than the current supply of losers with no friends can meet. If nothing is done to increase the percent of fan vids on YouTube then one day the users will be able to reach the content that they are looking for. Imagine what would happen if all the people (who no one cares about enough to listen to anyway) lose a venue that can reach anyone with access to the internet. The likely outcome of that grim scenario: they will return to obscurity and we'll never have to hear from them again.