YouTube Tries to Take Care of Its Creators

The addition of live streaming to its mobile application was YouTube’s big news from VidCon in Anaheim, Calif., but the Google-owned video site made several other announcements.

The addition of live streaming to its mobile application was YouTube’s big news from VidCon in Anaheim, Calif., but the Google-owned video site made several other announcements.

Vice president of operations Sebastien Missoffe announced in a blog post that YouTube has:

Missoffe wrote:

The creator community isn’t just big, it’s strong. Think of it this way: More than 1,000 creators cross the 1,000-subscriber mark every single day. Crazy, right? And while each of you is driving your own success, we do our best at YouTube to support and celebrate your talent and self-expression with new tools, support options, workshops, production access at the Spaces, in-person events, Play Button awards and the list goes on.

Readers: What are your thoughts on YouTube’s VidCon announcements?