Student YouTube Channels

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Student YouTube Channels

Peter Loftus

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YouTube, as you probably know, is a video sharing website created in 2005. It allows anyone to post and share videos for the world to see. While most of you are probably familiar with more popular YouTube channels, such as Idubbbz or Pewdiepie, you might not be as familiar with channels created by students at Bel Air. I asked 30 people here at Bel Air if they had YouTube channels, and here are the results.

Of the 4 people who said yes, I asked them what kind of content they created. One said they created tutorials, the other 3 said that they created comedy videos (as a hobby, one mentioned).

When it came to subscribers, none of them had more than 150. A few were fine with this arrangement, saying “no one needs to see the garbage I make anyway.” None of the students wanted me to link their channels, but instead wanted to encourage Bel Air students to search out and support smaller channels.

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