YouTube Space Los Angeles: where creators learn, share, and create.
Monday, November 26, 2012
At YouTube we're only as successful as you, our creators. From our
and the launch of a
new home page
focused on your channels, to funding a small group of
, our goal remains the same: to help all our creators build big audiences on YouTube.
That’s why we’re thrilled today to announce the opening of
YouTube Space Los Angeles
-- our flagship collaboration and production facility built for the exclusive use of YouTube partners.
The Space, a
41,000 square foot former helicopter hangar in Playa Vista, is a place
established and emerging
creators from our
can work together to cultivate big ideas and ambitious ways to tell their stories. And like the
YouTube Space London
, YouTube doesn’t charge you any fees for use of the Space or the production equipment that’s housed there.
At the YouTube Space LA creators can:
training programs and workshops to master classes, there are plenty of opportunities to
get hands-on experience from industry leaders.
Attend events, meet fellow creators, spark new ideas and share your favorite ways to use YouTube.
This is your space to bring your stories to life. You’ll have access to a variety of resources, including two production stages, a recording studio, three green screen rooms, a motion capture studio, a screening room, collaboration spaces, a backlot equipment room with cameras, lights, mics and grip equipment available for checkout, and more. Production access
is on an application basis, open to YouTube creators who qualify.
Watch this video for an inside look at the Space:
Find more creator resources at
and learn more about the YouTube Spaces in Los Angeles and London at
Want to be part of the Winter Creator Class at YouTube Space LA? Submit your application for the class
by December 3.
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