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 20,000 subscribers and over 3 million views! My goal since the start of this year has been to reach 30,000 subscribers, so anything you can do to help, like, share, and comment on my videos is much appreciated.
Here is a quick update on what I am planning for my site and its channel’s future. On every Monday, my website, historyandheadlines.com, should have a new article that corresponds with a specific event in history that occurred on that date. I have a different release schedule of new video content as seen on the “Schedule of Video Adaptations of Our Articles” found on my site. You should notice that I plan to continue having my usual new video for the first Tuesdays of each month on my channel and for the last week of the month, I will, instead of posting a new video on my channel, be making a video exclusively for Armchair History TV. I have already made some videos for that site that you can watch by signing up with a membership. The new articles on my site and videos on my channel will be scheduled for publication at 12:01 AM Eastern Time. There may be some deviations from this schedule to include collaboration videos with other channels.
If you enjoy my channel, you may also enjoy the following channels that have collaborated with my channel in the past and hopefully will continue to do so in the future: Civil War Week By Week, Hipstorian, Study of Antiquity and the Middle Ages, UsefulCharts, veritas et caritas, and YourParanormal.
Thank you to all of you once again for subscribing to my YouTube channel and watching my videos!
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.