For the longest time entertainment has been monopolized by the rich and the powerful, and they have been the people who have shown you what you can watch or read in your down time. Now, after centuries, this has begun to change. Big publishing houses, and media production companies no longer have that monopoly as the internet age comes around. With more and more people creating and watching content on the internet, you no longer have to turn towards expensive and monopolized entertainment industries.
Nowadays, the entertainment industry has started to move online, to an extent where the younger millennials and almost all of gen Z is no longer even watching television, instead they watch their shows and videos on YouTube, and they read stories online on blogs. With the cheap and widely available social media websites like Tumblr, Youtube, and many others, people do not have to pay for quality content in video or written format anymore. Even with music, you have a lot of independent artists uploading their own content on to the internet, and even where people do want to watch mainstream shows, they can do so online instead of waiting for it to be on television.
The people running the channels and the blogs are also able to get a lot of money from doing so, as they can start earning through their videos and their posts as more people start visiting their website or channel. You can read about all this in quite a lot of detail on www.sayedadel.com/parallel-profits-review, where it is explained that people who are running these platforms with their original content are partnered up with other companies to run ads, and are even paid by companies who want to advertise their products on the successful channels and blogs.