YouTube is one of the best video-sharing platforms and has been growing every day. They keep updating their terms and policies for the betterment of their creators. The platform has introduced new tools and features to improvise the user experience. From introducing copyright-free music in the YouTube Audio library to introducing YouTube shorts, the platform has been constantly upgrading and modernizing. YouTube spaces is another initiative by the online platform developed to assist, encourage and support the content creators and artists.
Here is all you need to know about YouTube Spaces
YouTube spaces were physical locations in London, Los Angeles, New York, Paris, Rio De Janeiro, Tokyo, Sao Paulo, Berlin, Mumbai, and Dubai. However, due to the current pandemic the spaces in London, Los Angeles, Paris, Rio De Janeiro, New York, and Tokyo were permanently closed while spaces at Berlin, Dubai, Mumbai, and Sao Paulo are still open.
These spaces were launched for creators to learn how to produce content and also provided facilities and equipment to make content. For some eligible creators, YouTube offers the use of equipment, studio space, training, and workshops free of charge.
YouTube Virtual Spaces
Since the pandemic, almost everything started virtually. YouTube plans and hosts events and virtual classes for various subjects.YouTube shares dates and time slots for these online tutorials. All you have to do is go ahead and register yourself for the tutorial you wish to attend. These tutorials are conducted live from different studios and in different languages. You can register yourself accordingly. Here are some of the activities that YouTube virtual Spaces have:
- Live tutorials and events to support its creators in timezones and different languages
- Conducts live workshops to upgrade your skills and expertise
- Pop-up events for all its creators and artist across the world
Look out for Pop-up events, Recently YouTube had organized YouTube beauty Fest for all the beauty and fashion creators. In this event, hosted by Derek Blasberg, the head of fashion and beauty at YouTube, a lot of discussions and tips were shared regarding skin health and mental issues. Similarly, YouTube keeps organizing Pop-up events for its users.
YouTube has been organizing workshops, events, and programs to increase the reach of as many creators as they can. Since having these events and workshops organized in physical locations, the audience reach was limited, YouTube decided to close down certain spaces permanently.
You can also sign up for newsletters to be delivered to your mailbox. YouTube will send in newsletters to your inbox as and when they have events, workshops, or programs once or twice a month. Do not forget to check more about recent updates in YouTube Terms and Service. An important update for every creator.