Little Dot Studios, has been selected to support YouTube Health’s first Accelerator Programme.
YouTube Health is collaborating with the World Health Summit (WHS) to offer a free programme which includes a 10-week boot camp designed to help ‘Health Creators’ in the UK, Germany and France, optimise their channels, create high quality content, and build their audience.
Little Dot Studios, a leading YouTube agency, will be overseeing the full programme in the UK as well as other European territories by working with the Little Dot Studios' Germany team and Fraich’Touch, a digital communications agency based in France. The three month programme will launch in September 2023, with UK ‘Health Creators’ able to register from today through the Little Dot Studios website.
In the UK, Little Dot Studios and YouTube Health are looking for; licensed Doctors, Nurses and Psychologists, or those producing online content with oversight from a licensed health professional and are interested in creating information based health content on YouTube.
Participants will receive 10 training sessions run by Little Dot Studios, 1:1 coaching sessions for ten creators interested in personalising advice and exposure to the WHO (World Health Organisation), WHS and other relevant speakers.
Holly Graham, Chief Business Officer, Little Dot Studios commented: “We’ve a long and established heritage in content creation and distribution on YouTube, working with various social impact partners over the years. As a conscious-led company committed to promoting a positive and inclusive digital ecosystem, we help partners build projects and programmes that take a considered approach to audience engagement, share brand values and provide information and solutions in an entertaining and compelling way. We’re looking forward to shaping and delivering an impactful and productive programme with YouTube Health that will support, educate, and inspire a new generation of expert creators to better serve wider audiences and communities.”
Little Dot Studios is an All3Media company. This article was originally written for Little Black Book, and the original article can be seen here.