of CBS, commented on the coalition: "In this golden age of profit its more important than ever that we remain vigilant about copyright protection. He brings in his friends, mostly Achara Kirk(the one in the video above) in most videos and gives reactions to them. Compared to others, his videos are visually appealing with high-quality camera and proper lighting. 2, the stated mission of ACE is to protect profits, drawing on the anti-piracy resources of the. That was till I came across this channel: This man is, jaby Koay. They generally do a little bit of research (like, who was Padmavati) before reacting to trailers, particularly those which are deeply rooted in Indian culture. His friends (excepting one or two, who sit like dumb ducks) are equally good. Their comments are very sensible. This is bcoz, as a writer, I like to understand how different people perceive different things (in this case, our entertainment medium).
Peoples reactions on entertainment
Juice AIB skits and also occasionally Bollywood songs and advertisements. The efforts of the industry have proven ineffective at preventing online piracy. Amazon, CBS, Disney, HBO, nbcuniversal, Netflix and, warner Bros, among others. He is extremely well-mannered, non-judgmental, respectful towards Indian culture and progressive. Among the members of the coalition are. Alliance for Creativity and Entertainment aCE ) is a coalition of some 30 major global entertainment companies and film studios aimed at protecting profits from copyrighted material. I came to know about the concept of reaction videos only a year ago, when I read answers on Quora about some girl in Australia(cant recall her name at the moment) who supposedly was getting millions of followers without any particular talent. And Id admit it, I get goosebumps when our Indian works of art get global acclaim, even though this-said acclaim is perhaps NOT necessary at all for our Indian art to be tagged as great. 2, the organisation promotes itself as marking a new level of coordination among multiple stakeholders.