As YouTube knows only too well, a platform is only as good as its newest content.
To better support its creative community, YouTube has built dedicated spaces in cities like Paris, New York and Tokyo where YouTubers can access professional studios and equipment.
For the first time, Australia will have its own YouTube Spaces in the form of a temporary pop-up at the Australian Film, Television and Radio School (AFTRS) in Sydney.
The creative space will likely find a receptive audience. YouTube arrived in Australia in 2007, and the country punches above its weight on the video service, boasting 33 YouTube creators with more than one million subscribers each. Read more…