There already is one, and thanks to You Tube, the 26-year old was just called "the future of celebrity" by The New York Times, and employs every tool at her command to drive more than a million views every single day and more money than she had ever seen before in her life.
"She is a D.I.Y. digital entertainer who conceives of, stars in, shoots, edits and uploads her own videos — often in a single day."- NYT writer Amy O'Leary
You can learn from what she does.
“My perspective is to think, ‘I just have a lot of Internet friends.” - Jenna Marbles
- She skillfully juggles Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube to build a deeply loyal connection with fans who find her eminently easy to relate to.
- Her mom is a Rochester-area marketing consultant, so what she does isn't an accident.
- Unlike other YouTube personalities who invest in better cameras, lighting and production values, she has stuck with her original lo-fi operation. It looks "real."
- She polls her Facebook fans for ideas
- She does impersonations.
- She rants.
- She plays off gender dynamics.
- She undermines her camera-ready good looks for the sake of comedy.
- She starts mini-memes.
- Her videos typically last five to eight minutes.
That's a top ten "to do" list and an effective mission statement for anyone who wants to do "You Radio" too, don't you think?