2bcamp in Madrid is a two-week experience that teaches 11-18-year-olds how to create quality content and build an audience

In the past, we've talked about Camp17 and Camp Aim, which teach teens how to build an online audience. Now, new media company 2btube and summer camp creator Enforcex are hosting 2bcamp, a two-week experience in Madrid this summer that will teach youngsters how to be a star on YouTube. The group of 11-18 year olds who attend need to take a camera and a laptop along with them to learn about the various aspects involved in becoming a successful YouTuber.

There will be lessons on how to create a channel that features quality content, build an audience, promote videos and collaborate with others. They will also explore management platforms, design their own branding, and improve their English language skills.

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