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When influencers meet the influential: YouTubers go to Davos

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What do social media content creators make of Davos?

We speak to three YouTubers - with a collective audience in the millions - who were given full access to the World Economic Forum's Annual Meeting 2024 to ask who they met and what stories they would be telling.

Featuring:
Jacob Beautemps, @BreakingLab
Adanna Steinacker, @houseofadanna
Gohar Khan, @goharsguide

Catch up on all the action from Davos at wef.ch/wef24 and across social media using the hashtag #WEF24.

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Robin Pomeroy

Podcast Editor, World Economic Forum

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The world of media, entertainment, and sport has been upended by evolving business models, user-generated content, and the use of digital platforms to effectively distribute everything from streamed matches to social messages. This is having a direct impact on the moulding of cultures and societies. COVID-19 accelerated underlying industry trends, as teams sought out new ways to sustain audience engagement, and the boundaries that once defined media companies further dissolved. Now, restoring trust will be critical - particularly when it comes to trading in reliable and accurate content, and making use of personal data. This briefing is based on the views of a wide range of expe...

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