PRLog - Dec. 29, 2013 - ATLANTA -- YouTube Personality JStillz, aka Josh Stillman, along with his production company, By the Root Productions, will close out a successful 2013 year. The JStillz YouTube Channel, which officially launched early this year, has been consistently produced and shared with the world, installment after installment of insightful and hilarious entertainment.
YouTube Personality JStillz
JStillz, author of The Chinese Finger Trap, an inspiring book about overcoming personal challenges, hasn’t shown any signs of slowing down this year and he expects to take his YouTube channel to an even higher level in 2014.
No longer a “well-kept secret,” the YouTube personality has been determined all year long to get the word out about his online entertainment channel. Most recently, JStillz was featured in Art lmage magazine(http://
JStillz has made several guest appearances around the Atlanta entertainment scene over the last few months. Just recently he appeared at the first-year anniversary celebration of Spotlight in the City Media, which awarded and acknowledged several local entrepreneurs, Hot 107.9’s radio DJ Reec, and other philanthropists for the hard work they willingly give to the community each year.
JStillz also stepped out to support Divas with a Cause, a remarkable non-profit organization that helps women and children around the Atlanta area. JStillz joined many of Atlanta’s Who’s Who and tastemakers who attended the organization’
JStillz and his production company, By The Root Production, will continue to provide weekly entertainment and comedy on The JStillz YouTube Channel. They also have a long list of projects slated for release in Spring 2014.
Recent installments from the JStillz’s YouTube Channel are below:
Stuff I Don’t Understand
The Guess Who Games
JStillz Stand-Up: Mario Kart, Chocolate, and Dildos
When Life Gives You Lemons
Epic Music Makes Everything Better
To order JStillz’s book, The Chinese Finger Trap, go to:
About: By the Root Productions:
The mission of By the Root Productions is to entertain and inspire across a wide range of media, such as comedy, music and film. By the Root CEO Josh Stillman believes that if you are going to try and solve a problem, it only makes sense to attack the root of the problem. Unhappy with a lot of negative messages being sent to people through the media, such as materialism, a superficial definition of beauty etc., Mr. Stillman decided to make a positive difference in the world by creating content with uplifting and constructive values. As Stillman explains, "People are sponges...absorbing everything in their environment. We can't change the fact that people are sponges...we can only change the environment and the messages that we choose to send."