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YouTube’s NextUp Program Seeks Creators Across Five Continents

Back in February, YouTube shared its plan to award equipment, mentorship, and other goodies to a group of 360 up-and-coming creators through its NextUp program. Over the course of the year, the video site has revealed more than 200 creators around the globe whom have been selected as part of the NextUp class of 2016; now, it’s time to round out the field of 360. YouTube has announced that the final round of its 2016 NextUp contests are now open, and creators from five different continents have been invited to apply.
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