Job of a lifetime for budding YouTubers

Thanks to the Digital Kids Show, three young people could be in with the chance of a lifetime due to search for next big YouTuber

Thanks to an exciting competition created by the Digital Kids Show, three young people could be in with the chance of a lifetime as it launches the search to find the next big YouTuber.

Three finalists will battle it out on their first job to bring all the action from the star- studded show to fans across social media.

The official vloggers will get to interview their favourite stars – from hugely popular YouTubers including AshDubh, Tomohawk, Nettyplays, Amy Lee, SmallishBeans, EthanGamerTV and LDShadowLady, to children’s TV favourites, Dick and Dom and Mr Bloom, and receive £100 gift voucher. They’ll also get to pick up some industry secrets on how to create an engaged YouTube channel with hints and tips from the YouTube stars.

To be in with a chance of winning, children have to create a short video to say why they’d be the ultimate Digital Kids Vlogger and who they’d love to interview.

Each winner will also win VIP passes to attend the show and £100 gift vouchers.

Aisha Tilstone, Digital Kids Show Founder said: “This is the perfect opportunity for any young person keen to make a name for themselves in the vlogging world. They’ll get the opportunity to meet and interview some of their favourite celebrities, and gain loads of great experience as well as tips so they can start their own Vlog.

“In 2015 DanTDM is estimated to have earned between 4-6 million over the year, so as well as an exciting and fun opportunity, the world of vlogging really presents a genuine career path that children can explore.”

Videos are then to be uploaded to the Digital Kids Show YouTube Channel, the competition closes on 31st August. Full T&Cs apply, winners will be announced on the 5th September and must be available to report live from the show on Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 October 2016 at EventCity in Manchester.

The two-day event is the first of its kind bringing to life the exciting digital world in a fun and friendly format for children, parents, teachers and those responsible for children.

The show features six zones including the Gaming and Retro Tech which will feature the very best retro and next generation computer games and tech.Visitors will also get a glimpse of the future being the first to experience and see some of the latest innovation from the digital world including VR gaming and the latest gadgets.

Further zones include a Digital, STEM & Coding Skills Zone, the Safe Tech Zone which is all about helping to keep children safe online, the Appletics and Kids Food Zone, Children’s Media Zone and the Digital Angels Zone.

The show has been created and curated by online child safety expert Aisha Tilstone will take place on 29 and 30 October at Event City, Manchester and will welcome 10,000 people each day.



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