Julie Nolke

Content Creator, Actor, Writer

Julie Nolke is an award-winning Actor, Writer and the creator of her self-titled comedy YouTube channel (1 Million+ Subscribers).

Best known for her series “Explaining the Pandemic to my Past Self” (~50 million views), Julie is a three time Webby Winner, two time Streamy nominated and in 2020 she was named a Top Canadian Breakout Creator by YouTube. Julie also works in film and TV. Recent credits include: Murdoch Mysteries (CBC),What We Do in the Shadows (FX), Coroner (CBC), Odd Squad (PBS), TallBoyz (CBC), Workin’ Moms (CBC/Netflix), and Cabin Connection (Super Channel). Julie is also in the series recurring role of “Sam” on Run the Burbs (CBC)!


wednesday – 01:15pm Main Stage

Time Icon 20 mins

Location Icon Meridian Hall - Main Stage

The Future of the Creator Economy: What’s Next for Creators in the Age of AI?

Humans are innately curious, which coupled with creativity have helped push the boundaries of what’s possible throughout history. Additionally, technological innovation has unlocked new creative possibilities. This has never been more clear within the creator economy. From short form content, to long form, to podcasts and livestreams, digital creators have long embraced the various creative outputs and formats available. Now, with the acceleration of AI across all industries, questions are emerging on how creators will meet this moment. In this fireside chat, you’ll hear about the future of the creator economy, the next chapter of content creation on YouTube, and the influence of generative AI on the creative process.