Launch your videos with suspense with YouTube Premieres

Give your videos the suspense they deserve with a build up to the grand event of them going live on YouTube, now that YouTube Premieres have launched globally.

Earlier this year YouTube gave creators the power to create an event behind their videos. Launched in June, YouTube Premieres allowed creators to bring their fans together and build suspense towards their upcoming videos for a new way of connecting with people and creating an experience on YouTube.

With YouTube Premieres you can schedule a video for upload and then build anticipation in the run up to it going live. Premieres have an upcoming watch page where channel fans can come together and chat as they wait for the video to go up and creators can join in the fun and see what their fans are saying as the video counts down to being available for watch.

Now the feature is available worldwide for everyone on YouTube, so no matter where in the world you are you can roll out the carpet and make a deal about your new video. With so many people live and ready for your video to go live it also allows your community of subscribers and supporters to stick around during and after the video to talk about it and share their thoughts.

YouTube have done a lot with their live experiences in recent years to create ongoing and current discussions. As with live-streaming, YouTube Premieres allow creators to use Super Chat and Channel Memberships to gain extra revenue as well as from sponsors or ad-money.

So make a deal out of your videos, get people talking, and launch your next video in style with YouTube Premieres now available for everyone around the world.

Head of Social Media and Marketing, RouteNote

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