YouTube is this week holding its first virtual YouTube Black Africa Creators Week, a week dedicated to engaging, educating and inspiring African creators to grow on the platform. The week-long programme includes expert-led masterclasses covering topics like assessing channel performance, engaging a community and understanding YouTube's monetisation policies.
The programme will also feature creator spotlight talk with Mark Angel, Africa's most subscribed endemic creator, YouTube training courses, and peer-driven open conversations aimed at improving creator collaboration and knowledge sharing. The YouTube Black Africa Creators Week will conclude with a two-hour livestream featuring music performances by Fireboy, Sauti Sol, Sho Madjozi, and dance showcases from Dream Catchers, Ikorodu Bois and Triplet Ghetto Kids, among others.
Click here to register for the YouTube Black Africa Creators Week programme.