The abrupt pricing change has sparked an outcry among its loyal users, moderators, and developers who've built their business around Reddit's previously free API. Jeff, a long-time user and volunteer moderator, provides valuable insights into this decision from the perspective of the platform's community.
In this video, we explore Reddit's rationale behind the change, the community's reaction, the impact on developers, and how this could shape Reddit's future. Greenberg's expert perspective allows us to understand the dynamics within the Reddit community and the broader digital landscape.
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About Jeff Greenberg
Jeff I. Greenberg has over two decades of experience as a Post-Production consultant and Master Instructor (trainer for other trainers) for Adobe, Apple, Avid, and Black Magic Designs, specializing in editorial, workflow, compositing, sound, color grading, and compression.
Consistently voted as one of the top seminar speakers/interviewers, the audience’s feedback includes depth of subjects covered, approachability, and student-centered teaching that helps keep them updated on industry standards. Jeff teaches seminars at NAB, IBC, CES, and Inter BEE events. He's the chair for the Editors Retreat, an annually held exclusive getaway for editors.
Jeff is a published author of several books on editing and post-production. He recently finished a book on Adobe Premiere Pro Studio Techniques (Adobe Press.) Jeff writes for various blogs and creates training materials for Lynda.com <http://lynda.com/>.