Digital Kids Show welcomes vlogging stars to teach children how to launch a hit YouTube channel - ToyNews

Digital Kids Show welcomes vlogging stars to teach children how to launch a hit YouTube channel

LDShadowLady, AshDubh, SmallishBeans, Amy Lee33 and Tomohawk are heading to the show.
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YouTuber stars LDShadowLady, AshDubh, SmallishBeans, Amy Lee33 and Tomohawk are coming to the Digital Kids Show in October.

Boasting one billion views and over five million subscribers between them on YouTube, each channel is dedicated to world of Minecraft and the five will be taking centre stage at the Digital Kids Show at EventCity on Saturday, October 29th and Sunday, October 30th.

“We’re delighted to add this stellar line-up to the Digital Kids Show, these Vloggers are superstars amongst today’s children who spend hours watching their gaming Vlogs to pick up hints and tips," said Aisha Tilstone, Digital Kids Show founder.

“Children will be desperate to have the chance to see their favourite YouTubers and learn all about what they do to create a successful YouTube channel. It also provides parents the opportunity to understand what makes these superstars so popular and highlights the opportunities which YouTube and being a Digital Kid can provide for the next generation.”

The Digital Kids Show will feature six zones where kids can play games, test out apps and parents can learn best practice for keeping children safe online.

There will also be a Digital, Stem and Coding Skills Zone, a Media Zone and the Exceptional Angels Zone, which will be showcasing inclusive and gender specific tech goodies.

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