[03/08/20 - 06:29 PM] Video: YouTube Debuts Official Trailer for "Creators for Change" on Girls' Education with Michelle Obama, Liza Koshy, Prajakta Koli, and Thembe Mahlaba The special will launch Tuesday, March 17 on YouTube.com/Learning.
[via press release from YouTube]
YOUTUBE DEBUTS OFFICIAL TRAILER FOR "CREATORS FOR CHANGE" ON GIRLS' EDUCATION WITH MICHELLE OBAMA, LIZA KOSHY, PRAJAKTA KOLI, AND THEMBE MAHLABA
This Special Brings Together Michelle Obama's Girls Opportunity Alliance and YouTube Creators to Highlight the Importance of Girls' Education Globally
"Creators for Change" Premieres March 17 on YouTube.com/Learning
Today YouTube unveiled the official trailer for Creators for Change on Girls' Education with Michelle Obama, Liza Koshy, Prajakta Koli, and Thembe Mahlaba - the first installment from the upcoming YouTube Originals learning series, "Creators for Change." The special will launch Tuesday, March 17 on YouTube.com/Learning.
In the first episode of "Creators for Change," YouTube creators Liza Koshy (Liza Koshy), Prajakta Koli (MostlySane), and Thembe Mahlaba (Pap Culture) sit down with Michelle Obama and the Obama Foundation to discuss the state of girls' education around the world. This special takes viewers to Vietnam, India, and Namibia where the creators visit programs supported by the Girls Opportunity Alliance and speak with adolescent girls who are overcoming adversity to pursue their education.
Michelle Obama and Liza Koshy were also joined by Julia Roberts, Lana Condor, Ng� Thanh V�n (Veronica Ngo), and the TODAY show's Jenna Bush Hager on their trip to Vietnam, where they met with girls benefiting from a program through Room to Read, a nonprofit organization that advances gender equality through education.
YouTube Originals' "Creators for Change" learning series feature international luminaries and YouTube creators who are bringing global attention to the stories and causes close to their hearts. Details and participants for additional episodes will be announced later this year.
Click HERE for more information on Girls Opportunity Alliance and the programs featured in the special.
Creators for Change on Girls' Education is directed by Joanna Forscher with Co-Executive Producer Chloe Chapman, and produced by Vox Media Studios. Susanne Daniels is Global Head of Original Content for YouTube. Nadine Zylstra, Head of Learning for YouTube Originals, along with Laurel Stier and Lauren Vrazilek on the Learning Development team oversee the project.
"Creators for Change" joins a growing slate of YouTube Originals focused on learning. Other projects include "Could You Survive the Movies?" hosted by Vsauce3's Jake Roper; "Mind Field: What is the Scariest Thing?" with Vsauce creator Michael Stevens; "Glad You Asked" from Vox Media Studios, "Retro Tech" with Marques Brownlee and "The Age of A.I." with Robert Downey Jr.
ABOUT YOUTUBE ORIGINALS
YouTube Originals are award-winning, creative and engaging scripted and unscripted series and films across music, personalities and learning for fans all over the world. Spotlighting both YouTube creators alongside Hollywood's biggest stars, YouTube Originals provide an experience that only YouTube can offer. By tapping into the platform's growing global community, fan engagement capabilities, and innovative content mixed with pioneering live streamed specials, there is truly something for everybody. Fans experience YouTube Original content through ad-supported YouTube as well as YouTube Premium, a subscription service that offers access to YouTube Original series and movies, a streaming music platform, and an uninterrupted, ad-free experience across all of YouTube. YouTube Originals is a global platform available in over 60 countries worldwide.
ABOUT VOX MEDIA STUDIOS
Vox Media Studios is a full-service production studio that works both independently and in partnership with Vox Media's category-leading editorial networks - Curbed, The Cut, Eater, Grub Street, Intelligencer, New York Magazine, Polygon, Recode, SB Nation, The Strategist, The Verge, Vox, and Vulture - to extend the company's storytelling capabilities to the most relevant modern platforms. Vox Media Studios is home to the Vox Media Podcast Network - one of the largest, fastest-growing, and most topically-diverse collections of high-quality podcasts, with more than 200 active shows - and Epic, the award-winning, storytelling powerhouse with dozens of film and TV projects in Hollywood, including Argo, which won the Academy Award for Best Picture, and "Little America" on Apple TV+.
Based in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and New York, the division is one of the leading independent suppliers of premium non-fiction and scripted programming for television, OTT, podcasts, films, and brand partners including: Eater's "No Passport Required" on PBS; Vox's "Explained" - including "The Mind, Explained" and "Sex, Explained" on Netflix; "American Style" on CNN; and "Retro Tech" and Vox's "Glad You Asked" on YouTube. Forthcoming projects from Vox Media Studios include: "Eater's Guide to the World" and "Family Style" on Hulu; Polygon's "Speedrun" on Quibi; and "'Creators for Change' with Michelle Obama: Girls' Education," YouTube Originals.
Learn more about Vox Media Studios here.
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