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Cover Story: Opportunity knocks

YouTube has become a viable platform for people to showcase their abilities and, as a result, more and more opportunities are coming the way of its content creators.

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

1st March, 2015

For Foil, Arms and Hog, YouTube was initially just a place to learn how to be funny on screen.

“We saw people who have very little experience on stage who were quite successful on YouTube and screen. We’re trying to reach that, to find what that is. That’s the future. It’s not the old vaudeville days where you can tour for your entire life,” said Conor McKenna, aka Arms....

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