TORONTO — In a white-and-red room replete with YouTube branding, jars of chewy berry candy and T-shirt-clad publicists, a group of camera-ready millennials flash their pearly whites as they pose for a selfie.
While they're not boldfaced names among people your parents' age, these YouTube personalities attracted thousands to the video-sharing website's first-ever North American FanFest in downtown Toronto on Saturday. The one-day live event, which featured 16 of YouTube's most popular vloggers from Canada and abroad, followed previous FanFests in Asia that each drew thousands of screaming admirers Read more...
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