As some time ago, many of you had visited one of our articles about one of the last videos of the channel Bloomberg Television, we are doing it again today because we know how much it makes you happy. That's why we're telling you about it today, because this new video might pique your interest.
We propose you today to find the last video of the Youtube channel Bloomberg Television which is simply called McCourt Aims to Fix What Big Tech Broke. If you liked it, don't hesitate to like the content to support the author of the video!
And as expected, the last video of the Youtube channel Bloomberg Television is a hit on the first feedback we could read! It manages to interest a lot of internet users, which is not always easy considering the amount of content that can be found now on the internet as well as on applications such as TikTok, Facebook or Instagram.
Thanks to the Internet, it's easy to talk to videographers and ask them any question you have in mind, or even give them criticism (constructive criticism, please!). You have 2 main ways to talk to a Youtuber, the most common way is by using the email address that is displayed on his Youtube channel (in the "About" section). However, not all youtubers have the time to reply to each of you, so you can also try to contact them on their social networks.
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For your information, you can find below the description of the video McCourt Aims to Fix What Big Tech Broke published by the Youtube channel Bloomberg Television:
Frank McCourt Jr., founder and executive chairman of Project Liberty, explains why he's leading a $500 million effort to give individuals more control over their data on the internet. The former Los Angeles Dodgers owner also discusses the franchise's rise to global prominence. Frank speaks with Tom Keene and Paul Sweeney on Bloomberg Radio.
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