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Why Hank Green can’t quit YouTube for TikTok

In October 2006, Google bought YouTube for $1.65 billion. On January 1st, 2007, the brothers Hank and John Green started making videos for each other and shared them publicly on YouTube. That same year, YouTube rolled out its partner program, which shared ad revenue between YouTube and the people making videos. The split was 55 / 45 in favor of the creators.
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UT students wait hours for lecture with Crash Course co-founder Hank Green

Editor’s Note: This article first appeared in the April 15, 2022 flipbook. Science content creator Hank Green visited the Texas Union on Thursday to talk to students about his journey in science and communications. Hosted by the Student Endowed Centennial Lectureship, hundreds of students lined up to see Green in person.
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Youth Collective Changemaker Award Goes to John and Hank Green

Youth Collective, WNET’s Generation Z media and education initiative, is thrilled to announce the recipients of this year’s Youth Collective Changemaker Award – John and Hank Green! John Green will accept the award live at the 2022 Summit, “Stop the Spread! Misinformation and Ethics,” and take part in a Q&A.
INDIANA STATE

Hank Green Jokes About Failed Missoula Business On Twitter

If you live in Missoula, you're probably familiar with Hank Green. He and his brother John Green were well-known on YouTube as Vlogbrothers, before getting pulled in different directions - John went on to write several novels, including The Fault In Our Stars, which was a huge hit. Hank has continued his internet presence, developing a large TikTok following and getting into writing himself, most recently last year's A Beautifully Foolish Endeavor.
MISSOULA, MT