George Brown College and YouTube want you to shoot your next viral video at their state-of-the-art facility in downtown Toronto.
The design school and video platform have teamed up to build Toronto’s first YouTube Space – a one-of-kind production lab at 230 Richmond St. E.
The facility is open to give YouTubers an opportunity to propel their amateur YouTube channel into superstardom. This is a place to create quality content with necessary tools and expertise provided by in-house specialists.
The catch? Access to production resources and perks will be given to those with at least 10,000 YouTube subscribers.
Program professionals will mentor those who choose to take advantage of the space. If you don’t have 10,000 subscribers and still want to be a part of this opportunity, don’t worry: other workshops and event opportunities are available for those with at least 1,000-subscribers as well.
Although it’s a first of its kind in Canada, YouTube Spaces are already well established worldwide. Other facilities are located in Paris, Tokyo, Berlin, Mumbai, Sao Paolo, and South of the Border in Los Angeles and New York City.
This will the go-to place for your Canada’s up and coming YouTube sensations – so upload those videos.