As you may or may not know I am a YouTube-er. I create vlogs about observations I make, opinions I have, and stories I find funny/interesting.
My friend and I are both very much into film, videography, editing, comedy, and the idea of doing all of that for our livelihood.
I am excited to say that we are in the planning stages for something to come this Fall. My vlog will still occur on a [hopefully] once per month basis [if you care at all][[I’ll get an April one in, I swear.]]
We will be creating a new sketch comedy show as well as continuing to produce my show, and other projects like covers of other artists’ songs, trailers, or other private client work.
This is a really cool opportunity and I’m researching the be-jesus out of how to make it the best it possibly can be.
We’re thinking of creating two new channels - one for the sketch comedy show, one specifically for the Opening Monologue show - while maintaining his current two channels, and keeping mine as a personal vlog for the people who reeally do care about what I do on a day to day type of thing. A total of 5 channels we’d maintain.
There also might be some behind the scenes sort of stuff there from time to time.
We’re still working on a few things.
A)Formatting and producing the new show
B)Re-structuring in the best way to retain subscriptions as well as providing the best platform for this project
C)Getting my own editing station/software - I currently use my roommate’s desktop because my lappy toppy faints at the sight of anything higher than 240p video.
D)Working to get actors/partners to join us on this adventure
E)Possibly creating/incorporating into an amateur/semi-professional production house that is well-equipped enough to take on client work.
What do you guys think? Should all five shows be on one channel? or should we network the channels to each other with hyperlinks and end of video annotations/shout-outs?