I’ve made a few Youtube videos in my day, most of them done with my webcam and an acoustic guitar in my hand, but this video is going to be different. I plan on using iMovie to make a youtube video that attempts to interview college students on campus about their thoughts of pop music. Imagine a Jimmy Kimmel skit that is playful, somewhat mocks cheesy MTV styles of interviews, but makes an argument at the same time. I once saw a Jimmy Kimmel skit where he sent someone to Coachella music fest in California to interview some “hipsters” and find out if any of them know of some fake music artists they made up, since he states that hipsters love to act like they have heard of everybody. It was funny to hear some people lie and say they have heard of them and one person said they like their “upbeat energy,” about a band that doesn’t exist. But the point of my video is not to make fun of people who listen to pop, but more make a mockery of pop music culture by mimicking MTV style shooting and actually talk to people about the state of pop music and some of the values it promotes. I have used iMovie a couple times in the past, and interviewed people on campus in both occasions, so I know I can do that. I am a little worried about my ability to mock MTV with the limited skills I have and make a useful argument at the same time. Any opinions are welcome.