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I'd like to see a channel for the ajsa....But, I don't know how people will be able to upload there content of gaming in the channel. 

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Looks like a good idea and this will make me get to see what everybody here plays and how they play :D

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That actually sounds pretty awesome although it should be run by a group of people who can easily communicate 

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Great idea!

We´d need some high-ranking AJSA members (Joe/Council/Commanders) deciding which videos make it to the AJSA channel and some system of submitting videos. Other than that it should be open to any kind of video: commentary, LP, tutorial, reviews, fan parodies, whatever´s badass!

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This would be a fantastic idea. Hope it happens.

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Alternatively. Perhaps a subforum where we post relevant videos from our own channels? Like if we capture videos from something with the community, just post the link in that sub.

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We also should have the following:

- A master list of all youtube channels belonging to AJSA members

- A watermark and a standardized intro/outro with links that should be made available to interested users

- This is a bonus imo due to the potential timing conflicts. we should have a list of twitch streams belonging to AJSA members and if they don't coincide with Joe/Delrith timings, they could be put on the calendar in this site.

 

That network (as mentioned by others, similar to MinnesotaBurns)... so much awesome can come from it.  It would benefit both types of users (the monetizer and the awesome moment-chronicler)

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I think that this would be a better idea if it were a team of people (3-4) to compile the massive amount of videos that the channel would receive. It would be a really good opportunity to let the Angry Army shine, even if the light was shining on a horrid game's face, and we'd be able to see smaller games (indie, third-shelf, or retro) in their own spotlight.

However, this could pose a problem because I can foresee a lot of people playing the same game (hence a collab effort would be needed), and possibly complain about the same problem. I think that the channel would offer new insight.

-AM

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I'd contribute my videos if it help boosts my channel and to show classic gaming still exists on Youtube. :)

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I don't think that we should have any one YouTube channel for the AJSA. What I DO think we should do is create some sort of support system within our ranks for other Content Creators like Joe. We gotta start featuring eachother on our channels, flexing our muscles on YouTube, and furthering the discussion to gamers we haven't reached yet. Encourage smaller talents to join us, and promote us. Hell, we could have an AJSA Content Creator Team. A whole group of shows under Angry Joe's umbrella, similar to what Nostalgia Critic did with TGWTG, but all about gaming, and all fighting towards common goals! I've already begun preparations to start featuring key events, awesome peeps from within our ranks, and even providing supplemental reviews for games that Joe can't get to, from an Angry Army viewpoint. I'm gonna run an AJSA News segment, for special events, operations, and other important happenings. We have something bad-ASS going on here guys, and as Joe said, we gotta get the word out. We gotta share it. Anybody else agree with me? lol

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Hope we can get this thing up and running!

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I don't think this is a good idea. The person who makes the channel will have an incredible amount of work, inbox spammed with AJSA videos sent by gamers and slow internet due to the constant uploading.

It would be a great idea if the work on the channel could be shared by multiple people, but i don't think youtube has that option. Unless of course Google+ decides to make other change (which up to now only made youtube worse, but ok...)

I think it would be best to leave the advertising to AJ. thats probably the easiest and fastest way to get more people 

I have to agree with this guy. I don't think having a centrally controlled YouTube channel would be a particularly efficient way of aggregating videos from the community. I'd prefer to see something like a subreddit where users can vote up and down the good or bad videos and have the community be the guiding force in content from the community, rather than someone who's email inbox will never see the light of day from all of the requests to showcase videos and livestreams etc.

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