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First Edition of YouTube NextUp Beneficial for Beauty Creator and Vloggers

The first edition of YouTube NextUp for Beauty Creators

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Influencers, bloggers and vloggers now have a chance to showcase their talent at the very first edition of YouTube NextUp for Beauty Creators. Pixabay

Influencers, bloggers and vloggers now have a chance to showcase their talent at the very first edition of YouTube NextUp for Beauty Creators.

L’Oreal Paris announces their collaboration with YouTube for the very first edition aimed at supporting the rise of beauty content providers/creators on the platform.

This association brings the community of content creators in the beauty space to the forefront.

With makeup tutorials, product swatches and unboxing becoming cult favourite videos to watch, YouTube has grown into an incredible repository of fashion and beauty content from across the globe.

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For the Beauty Creators edition, up to 12 YouTube channels from India will be selected as winners to join the NextUp for Beauty Creators Class of 2020. Pixabay

By putting out weekly videos on beauty basics, grooming and lifestyle habits, to focusing on socially relevant topics such as colour inclusivity and gender positivity, beauty YouTubers in India have been at the forefront of redefining beauty standards across the country and breaking the set moulds of beauty, grooming and style.

L’Oreal Paris aims to recognize the rising stars of the video straming platform, who are passionate about creating compelling content around beauty for all. Winners will get a chance to attend masterclasses with beauty industry specialists, technical expertise in filming & photography, gain market insights on trends, and network with brand representatives.

For the Beauty Creators edition, up to 12 YT channels from India will be selected as winners to join the NextUp for Beauty Creators Class of 2020. If selected, you will be eligible to receive:

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YouTube has built a global ecosystem of creators, who are gaining popularity and influence with every passing day. Pixabay

A week of intensive production classes and filming opportunities at a YouTube Pop-Up Space in India, in May 2020

Specialized educational workshops and skill-sharing sessions designed by production gurus, content specialists, and industry experts, tailored for beauty creators.

Commenting on the collaboration, Pau Gruart, General Manger L’Oreal Paris India said, “YouTube has built a global ecosystem of creators, who are gaining popularity and influence with every passing day. L’Or�al Paris, a brand synonymous with “You’re worth it” wants to be at the forefront of nurturing talent in the beauty creators’ space. This helps both the creators and us to build a world of beauty that’s inclusive, progressive and educational. We are proud to be partners with a platform that has risen to become the go-to destination for all beauty lovers across the globe.”

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“We are thrilled to associate with L’Oreal Paris, a pioneer in beauty across the globe, for the Beauty Creators edition of YouTube NextUp. YouTube is the hub for all beauty mavens and who better than L’Oreal Paris to coach the aspiring influencers to be their best,” said Satya Raghavan, Director, YouTube Content Partnerships, India. “We aim to scout for passionate individuals who creatively showcase their love for all things beauty and help them develop their content along with our partners,” he added. (IANS)

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WhatsApp India Reduces Status Video Limit From 30 to 15 Seconds

Find out why WhatsApp reduced its Status video time limit to 15 seconds in India

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WhatsApp has reduced the Status video limit from 30 seconds to 15 seconds in India to cut strain on Internet networks during the coronavirus lockdown. Pixabay

Facebook-owned WhatsApp has reduced the Status video limit from 30 seconds to 15 seconds in India to cut strain on Internet networks during the coronavirus lockdown in the country as millions of people have started sharing videos in Status.

A tweet by WABetaInfo has revealed WhatsApp has put a bar on time limit for videos posted under the ‘Status’ section of the Facebook-owned instant messaging app.

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“You can no longer send videos to WhatsApp Status if they are longer than 16 seconds: only videos having a duration of 15 seconds will be allowed. This is happening in India and it’s probably an initiative to reduce the traffic on the server infrastructures,” WABetaInfo tweeted on Sunday.

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WhatsApp has seen a 40 per cent increase in usage globally, according to a study by Kantar, a data and consulting company. Pixabay

India has over 400 million WhatsApp users.

Facebook-owned messaging platform is asking users to crop any video longer than 15 seconds time duration and only then it can be posted as Status.

Please follow NewsGram on Instagram to get updates on the latest news.

At the time of launch, the chatting app allowed 90 seconds to three minutes of video and if the existing video is larger than 16MB if gave an option to trim the length of the video before sending it.
Later, the limit was reduced to 30 seconds.

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WhatsApp has seen a 40 per cent increase in usage globally, according to a study by Kantar, a data and consulting company. (IANS)