New media lead to new art forms, and the Webcam monologue is well suited to the mobile Internet.
The first memorable Webcam monologue I recall seeing was Amanda Congdon's dramatic piece on Hurricane Katrina, in which she intersperses still images and moves the camera a few times:
YouTube is filled with Webcam rants and rambling, but Congdon's monologue was original and moving art.
Here's another example. I just stumbled upon a Web series called The Guild, and saw this clip of Felicia Day talking to a Webcam.
These are are well above your typical YouTube videos and I can imagine many others. Have you seen any noteworthy Webcam monologues?
I wonder if Google or the copyright holder gets the revenue from the ad or they split it. Was the suspected infringement discovered by a Google algorithm or one run by the copyright holder? If Google discovered it, did they ask the copyright holder whether they wanted to take it down or place ads on it?