Below are ten to get you started!
1. How To MCO
We’re putting together a nice variety of videos from on-ride videos using GoPro technology, background music and walk-throughs using the latest stabilizer from DJI called the OSMO. We’ve also put up a few conversations that Patty and I have had, including the latest one about Advanced Dining Reservations.
The official Disney Parks channel is all over the place, in a great way! The curator of this channel has an eye for keeping the subscribers wanting more, and has provided an admirable amount of synergy within such a huge organization. They have a series that actually shows you how to decorate Candy Apples!!!
Tim and Jenn Tracker are based in Florida and are huge theme park fans. They share their passion for the Universal Parks, Disney Parks and the entire industry in their almost-daily vlogs.
Will the real Muffins amongst us please stand up:) Yes, the group traditionally focuses on the Disneyland Resort, although they’ve recently got a correspondent in WDW to help with content from out here. Overall, the FBD videos make their viewers feel like they’re part of the family…and that’s a huge compliment for a channel that’s been around since 2012!
Adam the Woo’s second channel daily vlog channel is an inspiring journey of a guy who’s trying to make his impact on the world in his own way…and he’s doing a GREAT job of it! His humor isn’t for everyone, but he’s got a way with vocabulary and his storytelling ability is contagious and will definitely make you fall down the rabbit hole into his earlier videos.
The entire team over at Attractions Magazine are passionate about the theme parks in Florida. Recently, they’ve started to venture out to a lot more around the amusement industry outside of the US.
(PS I was at that Press Event for Toy Story Midway Mania and it was AWESOME!)
7. Oh My Disney
An official Disney YouTube channel, this brings you a nice mix of music, Top 10 lists and behind the scenes, interviews & fun facts to your playlist.
Thinking about getting into the “bubble”? Well, there are a few channels that the individual business sections of TWDC have put out there. The first is the Disney College Program channel, which is actually a fairly solid representation how things work within the company. Videos average 1-2 minutes, so it’s not a bad investment of time.
Ok, so this isn’t a 100% Disney channel. However, they bring a lot of Disney company topics to the table in the Movie Fights show!
Lastly, the family vloggers have gotten HUGE in recent times. One of our favorite channels of growth is Jones Family Travels! They have soared to 20k subscribers already!