If everybody’s on screen, is anybody a celebrity?

By Kevin McDonough
 |  Times Herald-Record

Are we witnessing the end of celebrity culture? During the pandemic, many people’s business has migrated to a screen. We’ve entered an era of Zoom. Now that everybody’s onscreen and the production companies that enhanced famous faces with studio magic have been shuttered, celebrity types face an existential threat: They’re just like everybody else. And nobody pays good money to watch just anybody. 

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