Brittany Broski Talks Content Creation, Authenticity In SPA Conversation

TikTok content creator and online personality Brittany Broski chatted about her thoughts on influencing, meeting Hozier, and interviewing Ryan Gosling with hundreds of students in a packed Schwab Auditorium during a SPA-hosted Q&A Monday.

Once a college student at Texas A&M, Broski loved the opportunity to connect with students and make sure they know not to take the four years of college for granted.

“Yeah, college sucks, but we are all here to learn and become well-rounded, fully-fledged citizens to go into the workforce,” Broski said. “I think that having a college degree under your belt really is an invaluable thing.”

Broski began by acknowledging her excitement about being in the “capital of the United States:” State College, Pennsylvania. The creator then talked about how she got her start by watching YouTube personalities such as Jenna Marbles and Cody Ko and credited them with her content style today.

While she now spends her time meeting fellow creators and celebrities, she talked about her plans to expand her brand and continue growing both her podcast “The Broski Report” and YouTube talk show “Royal Court.”

The switch to longer-form content came with its challenges, but Broski was proud to share her success and how she thinks the platforms will continue to grow in the future.

“You do Fallon, you do Kimmel, and you do Hot Ones,” Broski said. “That’s crazy, it is a YouTube show and people are starting to legitimize YouTube and take it seriously.”

The latter half of the night then moved into student questions, and five lucky students stepped up to the microphone to talk with Broski.

The Texas native has had her hand in art and a love for art history for years, so one student asked about the intersection of art and artificial intelligence and how AI will play into artistry going forward. Another student also elaborated on her multi-faceted personality that she shares with her audience, which is mostly college-aged people, giving her a wide range of content and fans.

“There is such a frantic energy that I miss, and I love being around it,” Broski said.

A huge part of Broski’s fanbase loves her for her candid personality, and she credited creator Drew Afualo with giving her the strength to be herself and wear her many different hats.

Moving forward, Broski would love the chance to be a voice actor, but for now, she’s continuing to grow her brand, share her life, and spread her positive, authentic message.

“It’s a really beautiful full circle moment for me because I don’t take it lightly,” Broski said.

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Mara McKeon

Mara is a senior staff writer majoring in English and public relations. She loves all things sports and anything that has peanut butter. You can usually find her obsessing over country music or Penn State wrestling and counting down the days until she gets to see Luke Combs in Beaver Stadium. Feel free to reach her on Twitter @MckeonMara, and for more formal affairs, her email is [email protected].

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