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vlogging

(ˈvlɒɡɪŋ)
n
the act of keeping a video blog
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Maja Salvador is another newbie when it comes to vlogging. On her channel, she shows off her dance know-how further and the easy fare of travel vlogs along with some food trips.
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Vlog Summit 2019 was held at Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai Auditorium Islamabad where prominent local and international Vloggers came on the same platform for the very first time and shared their success stories and current vlogging trends.
Manila Workshops saw the need for this, and recently launched their Kiddie Workshop and kicked it off with their very first vlogging class for kids from 4 to 17 years old.
Vlogger Joe Sugg might have made it to the final of Strictly but it hasn't encouraged his mega-famous vlogging sister Zoella to consider taking part.
But with vlogging becoming more popular, most YouTubers are now referred to as vloggers.
After a Chinese YouTuber expressed support for Taiwan while vlogging from the U.S., his mother was detained by Chinese authorities.
ISLAMABAD -- Anita Jalil, 25 has become the first Baloch woman to highlight women related issues of the province while giving them voice to speak through the platform of Vlogging - creating blog of live videos.
Pls Like BBC1, 11.25pm The latest comedy from the BBC Three stable getting a terrestrial airing is this mockumentary poking fun at the creepy insincerity of the vlogging world.
It was also the viewers who prompted Ella Gatchalian and Ashley Garcia to go into vlogging, posting a video blog online.
GENERATIONS of Girl Guides learnt how to be a hostess and operate a radio, but now these traditional badges are to be ditched in favour of 21st century pursuits such as vlogging, human rights, mixology and mindfulness.