OfflineTV’s recent podcast version includes broadcaster Imane “Pokimane“And Ali” Mythology. Live streamers discussed various life changes, growing on Twitch as a content producer, struggles with creating personal identity and creator influence content for young viewers on podcasts, covering a wide range of issues.
Since it was posted to the main youtube page of OfflineTV Podcast, the hour-long podcast has been viewed by more than one hundred thousand people.
Pokimane and Myth noted at the beginning of the discussion how streamers deal with young and vulnerable audiences.
“Especially for a young audience. Like, it amazes me and it scares me when some kids spend more time being like a content creator than with their parents.” She and Myth discuss how live streamers affect younger audiences.
The discussion actually lasted about three minutes in the hour-long podcast. Pokimane spoke on the topic in January 2022, saying that Twitch should create a kid-friendly version of the platform to filter information aimed at an adult audience.
She expressed full agreement with his thoughts on streamer material and how it affects younger audiences. She stated, “
“No, to be honest, I completely agree. It’s like they’ll just say, ‘That’s not my job.’ Parents should be parents to their children. Real. In fact, the first one is controversial. But it is true.
She gave the following statement as a final statement on the subject:
“Children follow in the footsteps of what they will see online far more than they see in person, especially depending on, for example, a parent’s level of involvement in their child’s life. surname.”
The way Pokimane organizes the podcast has been praised by viewers in YouTube’s comments area. They also appreciated his real demeanor.
Ali is a 22-year-old American Internet star who regularly broadcasts on Twitch and maintains a large following on YouTube and Instagram. He was a member of Team SoloMid as a professional Fortnite player (TSM).
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