Amid the COVID-19 outbreak, where most of the countries are under lockdown, Xiaomi India is planning something creative for the Youth Tube aspirants. Xiaomi India has announced the launch date of Redmi Creator Academy which will be YouTube video masterclass. The session will be inaugurated from today. It is a 5-day session which will continue till 10 April. The company depicted all the details of the session on India sub-forum of Mi community.
For the session, Xiaomi has collaborated with many content writers across the globe for the formulation of these classes. These classes will improve the skills of content creator aspirants. The classes will be available free of cost. The company has requested the aspirants to subscribe the you tube channel so that they get the notification of new content and do not miss any update. Redmi India is planning to grow its “Creator Academy” into a platform to help the content creators.
Topic of the season
The topic of first season is supposed to be “How to become a YouTuber?”. The 10 speakers and moderators will focus in 5 different topics across multiple fields.
Speakers of the Session
The name of some prominent speakers of the session is Sandeep Sarma, Meghna Vishwanath, Bharat Nagpal, Ruhez, Ershad Kalebullah, Harshitha Thammaiah, Sandeep Kumar Raju, Shree Das, Sumit Sonal, and Sivakumar Ramamoorthy. All these people have been featured from RevAtlas, CNBC TV 18, iGyaan, Techno Ruhez, Mr. Phone, Xiaomi, etc. The classes will be moderated by Ankit Vengurlekar.
The Day-wise Schedule
The topics schedule has been distributed day wise. On Monday, the academy will focus on ‘creative writing’, ”the legal aspects of You Tube” shall be discussed on Tuesday. On Wednesday there will be a session for “production Workflow’. Thursday has been reserved for “Publishing & SEO Best Practices” with Friday fixed for social media marketing.
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