Summary:

Being big on YouTube is great. But if you want to build a new media career, you’ll probably need an agent or manager. George Ruiz of Intelligent Artists explains how to attract and work with talent representation.

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As a talent agent and manager, George Ruiz has helped launch and guide the careers of some of new media’s biggest names: Felicia Day, Veronica Belmont and Dane Boedigheimer (The Annoying Orange). In this special edition of the Commutist podcast, Ruiz explains what aspiring YouTube stars need to know to attract representation, what to expect when working with an agent or manager, and most importantly, he declares once and for all who is the handsomer Albrecht, his client Alex or myself.

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