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What’s It Really Like to Host a YouTube Show?

Have you ever wondered what it takes to host an online video series?

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It’s easy to spend hours binge-watching videos on YouTube but have you ever wondered what it takes to host a video series? Like, how do you act natural on camera, work with producers, or learn a script? Perhaps you even considered being a YouTube creator yourself? Take a behind-the-scenes look with Myles Bess as he shares some tips and tricks of hosting Above the Noise in this Q+A with his audience.

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