The Watercraft Journal Relaunches Its 100% Free YouTube Channel


Y’know, it takes a lot to produce two articles a day, two professionally shot and edited videos a month, and a handful of social media posts a day all entirely free to each and every one of you. When we arrive at special media events, we’re the only ones truly sweating that we get all of the video collected that we need, as well as all of the still photography necessary to produce our full-length feature articles and videos. We bring you interviews, multiple video angles, quality production sound and visuals (and we’re getting better at it too), and much, much more. So no, we’re not just rolling up and posting Facebook Live clips all day. We actually care.

In the coming weeks and months, The Watercraft Journal web magazine will be undergoing some pretty substantial changes all to make reading our articles and viewing our videos easier, quicker and more accessible on a variety of digital platforms (yes, we’ve heard you Samsung guys). While doing so, we recently went back through our entire YouTube channel and completely revamped how we bring you our monthly content. We recently made dramatic visual changes to our catalog of videos, built and filled playlists to enjoy, added hyperlinks to video sponsors and articles, and a whole lot else.

What began as a one-man operation back in late 2013 has become the single-most popular personal watercraft enthusiast magazine in the world. We’re incredibly proud of that, and we have all of you and our supporting advertisers to thank for making that happen. You the reader still don’t pay a shiny red cent for the content we produce, and that is unique in today’s world of maximizing monetization. So please, if you haven’t already, please subscribe to our YouTube channel and “Like” some videos while you’re at it.

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Kevin Shaw

Editor-in-Chief – kevin.shaw@shawgroupmedia.com Kevin Shaw is a decade-long powersports and automotive journalist whose love for things that go too fast has led him to launching The Watercraft Journal. Almost always found with stained hands and dirt under his fingernails, Kevin has an eye for the technical while keeping a eye out for beautiful photography and a great story.

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