TikTok has announced a new $200million ‘Creator Fund’ to pay top creators money in a bid to stop rivals poaching them as the platform’s future is up in the air. On Monday the video streaming app announced 19 creators, including six based in Los Angeles, will be the first to receive money from the fund. TikTok said the money will be given to the talent in regular payments over the coming year, although it’s not clear how much each person will get. At least one creator will receive a six-figure amount, according to a source as per the Los Angeles Times. ‘TikTok would not be the vibrant community that it is today without creators like these. From redefining a category to venturing into uncharted waters, these creators are a huge part of TikTok and we’re grateful for their ingenuity and creative spirit,’ general manager of TikTok US Vanessa Pappas said in a statement. Those awarded the money include YouTube star David Dobrik, chef Matt Broussard, Los Angeles photographer Alex Stemplewski, dancer and makeup creator Avani Gregg, ‘Kombucha Girl’ comedian Brittany Tomlinson and cosplay creator Cheyenne Jaz Wise. On Monday TikTok announced the 19 first recipients of the app’s new $200million Creator… Read full this story
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