Streamate Launches Monthly Event 'Creator Confidential'

Streamate Launches Monthly Event 'Creator Confidential'

LOS ANGELES — Streamate has launched a new ongoing community event, "Tea Time: Creator Confidential," debuting today at 11 a.m. (PST).

The event is intended for "all content creators, not just creators in the adult space," a rep explained. Currently scheduled to recur monthly, "Tea Time" will explore "a wide range of topics related to business, lifestyle, health and beyond. Guest speakers will include performers, creators, experts and community activists who will share their wisdom and experiences through spirited yet relatable roundtable conversations."

Today's inaugural topic of discussion is "How to Make, Market and Distribute Engaging Content in 2022" with featured speakers Britney Amber, Prince Jean, Violet Myers and Sammy Shayne.

"An inside-track to the world of indie content, from choosing a creative direction to planning a time-efficient shooting schedule, selecting the best content hosting platform, and beyond, 'Tea Time: Creator Confidential' will explore the business mechanics and creative approach behind some of today’s prominent indie creators," said the rep.

Streamate's Director of North American Talent Division, Vanessa Eve, noted she is "beyond excited" for the launch.

"The past couple of years have really highlighted the importance of having a support net, so one of our main goals through 'Tea Time' is providing a safe space for performers across the industry to come together, share and learn through relatable discussions," she said. "There’s always room for personal improvement and growth, and 'Tea Time' will provide an outlet to assist in doing just that."

The webinar is "open to all performers, inclusive of streamers, content creators, and influencers, regardless of platform," the rep added.

Click here to register; follow Streamate on Twitter.

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