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Forget your classic sleepaway camp. There’s a new way kids are spending their summer: learning how to become social media stars. At Social Star Creator Camp, kids who dream of becoming the next Instagram or YouTube sensation spend days learning lighting, vlogging, branding and more. NBC’s Jo Ling Kent reports for TODAY.