A Brief History
Today, I would like to thank all of you for subscribing to my site’s YouTube channel and thereby taking us to over 10,000 subscribers and over 1 million views!
To give you a quick update on what I am planning for my site and its channel’s future, I am hoping over the course of the summer to transition into a routine schedule. On every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, my website, historyandheadlines.com, will have a new article that corresponds with a specific event in history that occurred on that date. On every Tuesday and Thursday, I will similarly have a new “this date in history” or “top ten” list video on my YouTube Channel. The new articles and videos will be scheduled for publication at 12:01 AM Eastern Time on each weekday. If time allows, I may also occasionally have a new video on Saturdays as well.
There may be some deviations from this schedule to include collaboration videos with other channels. For example, this summer, I am currently in the process of possibly working with various other channels as part of a French history collaboration as well as appearing in another channel’s video about the history of martial arts. I am excited to work on these projects and encourage you to check out the channels of the following YouTubers who are leading these planned projects: UsefulCharts and US 101.
Speaking of other channels, I would also like to recommend YourParanormal, which is the channel of a former student of mine who comments regularly on my videos and has done some past collaborations with me. He even sent me a nice a video message congratulating me for reaching 10,000 subscribers.
So, thank you to all of you once again for subscribing and watching my videos! I also hope you enjoy the forthcoming routine schedule for my site and channel that I aim to have going by late July as well as the planned collaborations with other channels throughout the summer!
Question for students (and subscribers): What is your favorite video on the History and Headlines YouTube channel? Please let us know in the comments section below this article.
Your readership is much appreciated!
For more information, please see…
Markham, J. David and Matthew Zarzeczny. Simply Napoleon (Great Lives). Simply Charly, 2017.
You can also watch a video version of this article on YouTube: