Joe Sugg will be the exclusive cover star of the 2017 print edition of TenEighty Magazine.
The 76-page magazine includes interviews with Rose Ellen Dix and Rosie Spaughton, Connie Glynn, Jake Mitchell, Hannah Witton, Stefan Abingdon, Grace F Victory, and Niki and Sammy Albon.
It also features articles such as Is YouTube Leaving Creators Behind?, Can YouTube Combat Bisexual Erasure?, The Adpocalypse: Is Demonetisation Driving Creators To Patreon?, and The Evolution of Online Beauty, as well as the best of the Weekly Round-Up, our favourite Five of the Best columns and News Bites, TenEighty’s 2017 Shortlist, and much more.
The magazine is available now to preorder via Big Cartel for a limited run.
It will also be available to purchase at Summer in the City 2017, which takes place from 4-6 August at the ExCeL Centre in London. The TenEighty stand will be located in the main exhibition hall, with some interviewees visiting to sign copies and meet fans at the stand. Creators attending the TenEighty stand will be announced via @TenEightyUK on Twitter during the weekend.
Co-Editors Teoh Lander-Boyce and AJ Brinnand write in the publication’s editorial: “For over four years TenEighty has been championing the creativity of online creators. We do it because we truly believe in the people, talent and ideas that blossom in this community. It’s an inclusive space where everyone is encouraged to make their voice heard. A place where many of our team, contributors and readers feel at home.”
The magazine will also be available online after the event and can also be found in the YouTube Creator Store in King’s Cross, London.
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