|Posted by Josh Griffiths on August 27, 2014 at 8:20 AM|
For a while now I've wanted to start making content for Youtube. Content sounds a lot better than videos, doesn't it? So many channels just stick to one thing and only one thing and I want to branch out into a bunch of different videos. I want to bring variety and a slightly new voice to Youtube. So much of it is off the cuff, unscripted, "real" videos I want to do something different.
So starting... two days ago (I didn't think to blog this until now, sue me) I'm launching my "official" Youtube channel. It's going to be all scripted and unique content with the aim of both helping the viewer and showing off some cool and interesting stuff. The videos on offer for now are:
Monday - Free Indie Games
Wednesday - Miscellaneous Wednesday
Friday - The Write Lane Podcast
Free Indie Games is a series that I've dabbled with before, and it's pretty self-explanatory.
Misc Wednesday will be whatever I want to talk about (today it'll be about the South Korean film industry) and can be anything from films, to let's plays, to cooking; you name it.
Friday's Write Lane is a podcast I'm really excited about. It's a series of podcast ranging from 15 minutes to an hour in which I give writing tips to those who want to pursue the craft. But it's not just me telling you what to do. Instead, I'm actually starting my own short story from scratch, and I'll be taking you through the process of planning, writing, editing, and selling it. I'll be explaining why I do certain things and the techniques I like to use. I'll also be talking about video games, screenplays, and even non-fiction writing as well.
The first video is already up on my Youtube channel, and you can see the first Misc Wednesday later today. I've got some lofty goals for my channel, including some ideas to do one video a day in a few months. But for now, this is the line-up and what everything's about.
And don't worry, I'm not going to tell you to "like and subscribe and share the video with your friends" after every video. Although I certainly wouldn't mind you doing so. Unfortunately the link function isn't working on this site (again) so you can either go to the "Videos" tab or to the "Links" tab to find a direct link to my channel.