This founder hopes his media company can create a movement of empathy and connection.
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Jason Y. Lee founded Jubilee in 2010 with a single video of himself busking at a New York subway stop to raise money for charity. Now, more than a decade later, the media company creates weekly videos for more than its global audience of six million people. In this interview, Lee tells James McKinney about his origins, how he convinced his brother and friend to commit to Jubilee and how he hopes the media company can promote a more empathetic world.
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