Seretta, surfing the dark web to learn about sh*t millennials are into, took time out of her busy schedule to explain their marketing plan.
“When we heard Lookhu was specifically targeted toward the ‘me generation’ we knew it was a slam dunk because we pride ourselves on being about ‘me.’ The world revolves around us, and millennials can relate to that. But, at the same time, like millennials, we’re totes offended by the term ‘me generation,’ it’s not woke. Right, Lou?”
LouAnne, reading about how to invest in crypto but completely f*cking confused, put her work aside to add to the compelling conversation.
“Exactly, the mere fact that we recognize being called the ‘me generation’ is unwoke makes us even more woke. When we explained how woke we were to Lookhu, they were afraid of not being woke, so naturally they programmed us.”
Both: Thanks, Lookhu! We’re shook to be streaming on the channel!
Meanwhile the important filmmakers for A Very Important Film stated they’re so woke they’re above being woke and that millennials tuning into Lookhu will be astounded by the woke importance of the film.
Lookhu is a platform that streams high-quality digital entertainment live, and on-demand. App-based, and highly focused on content within specific genres, including cooking, TV, Film, Sports, Comedy, DIY and more, Lookhu offers both short and long-form programming for subscribers in the U.S. and around the world. Lookhu has set out to be a streaming site that resonates with millennials and beyond, giving them premium, niche programming at package-based, affordable price points.
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