By Kate Rintoul, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL — Since launching in 2012, ParaMaker has become the country's largest YouTube network with thousands of highly subscribed channels and is committed to nurturing the careers of a growing number of young independent filmmakers and performers. The company is an extension of Maker Studios in Los Angeles, which was purchased by Disney for close to US$1 billion in April this year.
ParaMaker is headed up by Carioca Felipe Neto, an entrepreneur and successful vlogger who wants to help change the landscape . . .