Next month, YouTube will be opening a location in New York City. This will be the first East Coast establishment of the global media giant. The office will include professional-level equipment and classes for YouTube videographers, totally free of charge. Participants just need a minimum of 5000 subscribers to access everything this “YouTube Space” has to offer. Additionally, major New York brands will be invited to meet with YouTube participants, creating huge opportunities for face-to-face contact and networking. I think this is a thrilling concept, and definitely a positive move to foster creativity in the city. YouTube has a massive amount of potential that is just beginning to be unlocked, it seems. Any thoughts?
The NY Times article:
As a bonus if you’re interested, here’s the ranking of the highest-paid YouTube creators: