Ironically the report video itself carries way more dislikes than likes (I'm guessing that's from the younger creators?) but it's a fact that viewers on YouTube (and other networks such as PeerTube, LBRY, BitChute, etc) have all ages, races, income groups, religions, etc watching videos. Many of the youth also seek to get good honest advice from those who have lived decades of life already and can view the world with some context and perspective.
It's a good message to other senior citizens that YouTube is for everyone and their contribution is just as valuable and appreciated. We all migrate towards what interests us, and broadening the choices can only be a good thing. YouTube, and other video networks, have so much to offer apart from just entertainment as there is much DIY, education, cooking, and other content also available for free. It's also great to see differing global perspectives and experiences.
Watch the report at YouTube Culture & Trends Report: Senior Creators
An older generation of creators is finding a new voice — and new audiences — for the wisdom they have to share.To see the full YouTube Culture & Trends Repor...