Brent Weinstein

Agent with United Talent Agency

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Agent who's heading up the United Talent Agency's new online unit, devoted to scouting out up-and-coming creators of Internet content

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Viral web stars like Lonely Girl 15 are huge on sites like YouTube.  We
talk to a Hollywood agent trying to help them infect the mainstream. 
Also, the Writer Speaks, Part III!

Trolling for Talent on the Web; The Writer Speaks, Part III

Viral web stars like Lonely Girl 15 are huge on sites like YouTube.  We talk to a Hollywood agent trying to help them infect the mainstream.  Also, the Writer Speaks, Part III!

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