SB Nation is taking its next big step forward on Thursday March 1 with the debut of the SB Nation YouTube Channel. The channel will feature a host of the talent across the network, along with some new faces including Bomani Jones and Amy K. Nelson. If you enjoy the news, analysis and commentary you find on SB Nation's numerous sites (and I'm guessing you do if you're reading this), the new YouTube channel should be worth checking.
I'm excited about this in part because I will actually get to do some video content for the channel. SB Nation will be providing team reports and I'll be putting together some content about the 49ers. Although it will be video of me, I plan on doing whatever I can to get you guys involved, even if it is something as simple as putting together a sort of video mailbag.
YouTube is working to build a greater array of content that goes beyond cats walking on toilets or some random dude in his underwear talking about some random topic. SB Nation is part of this huge push from YouTube and will have a vast array of sports content for you.
While this is only in the beginning stages, the SB Nation channel already has some quality talent lined up to entertain you for hours on end. Here is a quick promo for Spencer Hall and Jason Kirk's show:
Along with Shutdown Fullback, here is some of the early content already planned starting March 1 includes:
- Bomani & Jones -- Sports commentary from the star of Around The Horn and SB Nation
- The Full Nelson -- Fresh, unique and original stories from inside the sports world, brought to you by Amy K. Nelson
- SB Nation The Floor -- Celebrated bloggers Dan Rubenstein and Matt Ufford team up with Erin Sharoni to deliver your daily dose of sports, pop culture and humor
- Team Reports -- News, unfiltered commentary and deep analysis on an individual team-by-team basis, from the experts in the SB Nation Network
The channel officially launches on Thursday, but you can subscribe now to get a heads-up on all the new content.