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Jason Callan Live and in Living Color on YouTube.
« Reply #690 on: September 08, 2019, 07:18:18 PM »


Thank you for posting some of my vids. I hope you enjoyed them & for joining on the chat of my premiere steak dinner video.

Jason Callan Live and in Living Color on YouTube.
« Reply #691 on: September 08, 2019, 07:19:53 PM »
Thank you for posting some of my vids. I hope you enjoyed them & for joining on the chat of my premiere steak dinner video.

I only post my favorite ones Jason.   ;D

Jason Callan Live and in Living Color on YouTube.
« Reply #692 on: September 08, 2019, 07:43:18 PM »
I only post my favorite ones Jason.   ;D

Thank you. I'm glad you still enjoy them.


Jason Callan Live and in Living Color on YouTube.
« Reply #693 on: September 11, 2019, 06:13:30 PM »
I am blown away by Social Blade upgrading the rating of my channel from a C+ to a B-.



Jason Callan Live and in Living Color on YouTube.
« Reply #694 on: September 11, 2019, 06:18:58 PM »
I am blown away by Social Blade upgrading the rating of my channel from a C+ to a B-.




 

Congratulations Jason!

Praise MV!

BellGab!!!!

Jason Callan Live and in Living Color on YouTube.
« Reply #695 on: September 11, 2019, 06:32:00 PM »

 

Congratulations Jason!

Praise MV!

BellGab!!!!


Thank you so very much.

Jason Callan Live and in Living Color on YouTube.
« Reply #696 on: September 14, 2019, 06:52:36 AM »
I was so happy to have Christina Calph (burp girl) on my live last night.


Jason Callan Live and in Living Color on YouTube.
« Reply #697 on: September 27, 2019, 09:30:05 AM »


Thanks Jason!  :)

Jason Callan Live and in Living Color on YouTube.
« Reply #698 on: September 30, 2019, 06:58:42 PM »


Thanks Jason!  :)

Your Welcome.
I got a nifty video for you.
This one house always puts out neat & different themed Halloween displays every year.



Jason Callan Live and in Living Color on YouTube.
« Reply #699 on: September 30, 2019, 09:11:50 PM »
Your Welcome.
I got a nifty video for you.
This one house always puts out neat & different themed Halloween displays every year.




heh, heh, I really do like the ghostbusters car.  ;D

Jason Callan Live and in Living Color on YouTube.
« Reply #700 on: October 04, 2019, 04:09:31 AM »
heh, heh, I really do like the ghostbusters car.  ;D


I'm glad you liked it.
I did a live last night & I had a couple of guest on sporadically including my Nephew A.J. who was only on for a couple of minutes because He was working.


Jason Callan Live and in Living Color on YouTube.
« Reply #701 on: October 04, 2019, 07:08:10 AM »

I'm glad you liked it.
I did a live last night & I had a couple of guest on sporadically including my Nephew A.J. who was only on for a couple of minutes because He was working.



Thanks Jason.  I forwarded your video to 43:43, and was able to see your nephew AJ.

Jason Callan Live and in Living Color on YouTube.
« Reply #702 on: October 04, 2019, 09:01:05 AM »
Thanks Jason.  I forwarded your video to 43:43, and was able to see your nephew AJ.

Awesome.

Jason Callan Live and in Living Color on YouTube.
« Reply #703 on: October 04, 2019, 09:20:42 AM »
Awesome.

I'm catching up on your other guests now.

Jason Callan Live and in Living Color on YouTube.
« Reply #704 on: October 04, 2019, 10:14:37 PM »
I'm catching up on your other guests now.

thank you.

Jason Callan Live and in Living Color on YouTube.
« Reply #705 on: October 06, 2019, 09:43:40 PM »
My friend Paul wrote a college paper about me & got a A.

Here is the paper he wrote:

Army veteran turned YouTuber, Jason Callan shifts his aim from the military unto a new sight; a plate of food. Thousands of videos and over 7,000 subscribers later, Jason now finds himself as a well-respected food reviewers on the platform.

This success however did not come overnight, as Callan has been plugging away at the Youtube grind for the better part of six years now. The main focus of his channel is to offer a broad range of food reviews. From items you would purchase at Dollar Tree, to meals him and his friend John order at restaurants, such as Applebees and Golden Corral. Callan also offers content on his channel about movies, local happenings and even the occasional music review.

“I really enjoy doing it,” said Callan. “It keeps me busy and always gives me something to do. Since my subscriber base has grown over the years, people always send me stuff so it gives me even more things to review. I love doing it, I love entertaining and informing people, that’s the main thing I love doing it,” finished Callan.

If you’ve ever followed a particular YouTube personality, you would know that it isn’t out of the norm to become a character, or to amplify excitement and emotion. When posed with the scenario Callan responded: “well I worry a lot, and at work I usually don’t talk very much because I am very busy. I still like to joke around I just worry a lot more about stuff.” Callan went on to explain that the passing of his father only exacerbated his worrying. He confirmed that unlike many other YouTubers in the food review scene, he tries to be the same person. Callan stated he has no problem with other YouTube personalities putting on a character, he just prefers to be true to himself.

When Callan first started uploading videos to his YouTube channel, monetization wasn’t something that he was aware of. He saw people’s videos on the Tonight Show and things of that nature, but wasn’t privy to the fact that for many people, Youtube became their main source of income. So for now Youtube isn’t something he does full time.

“Well, what I would love to do is have Youtube be my main job. I think that’s the dream of most youtubers is to have their channels be their main job. I would love for that to happen because you are your own boss and you are doing what you love, which is creating stuff.” If his dream became reality, Callan said he would upgrade his equipment, however the content of his channel would remain the same.

When asked what has he obtained out of his channel and his response was this. “What I’ve gotten out of my Youtube channel is incredible satisfaction; people really seem to enjoy it, and I have gained a lot of new friends.” He then wrapped up my questioning by saying I wasn’t the only one to reach out to him recently; he did a radio interview with a college student in Bridgewater, Massachusetts a few weeks ago.

You can find Jason and all of his content by searching Jason Callan on Youtube.

Jason Callan Live and in Living Color on YouTube.
« Reply #706 on: October 07, 2019, 09:30:16 AM »
My friend Paul wrote a college paper about me & got a A.

Here is the paper he wrote:

Army veteran turned YouTuber, Jason Callan shifts his aim from the military unto a new sight; a plate of food. Thousands of videos and over 7,000 subscribers later, Jason now finds himself as a well-respected food reviewers on the platform.

This success however did not come overnight, as Callan has been plugging away at the Youtube grind for the better part of six years now. The main focus of his channel is to offer a broad range of food reviews. From items you would purchase at Dollar Tree, to meals him and his friend John order at restaurants, such as Applebees and Golden Corral. Callan also offers content on his channel about movies, local happenings and even the occasional music review.

“I really enjoy doing it,” said Callan. “It keeps me busy and always gives me something to do. Since my subscriber base has grown over the years, people always send me stuff so it gives me even more things to review. I love doing it, I love entertaining and informing people, that’s the main thing I love doing it,” finished Callan.

If you’ve ever followed a particular YouTube personality, you would know that it isn’t out of the norm to become a character, or to amplify excitement and emotion. When posed with the scenario Callan responded: “well I worry a lot, and at work I usually don’t talk very much because I am very busy. I still like to joke around I just worry a lot more about stuff.” Callan went on to explain that the passing of his father only exacerbated his worrying. He confirmed that unlike many other YouTubers in the food review scene, he tries to be the same person. Callan stated he has no problem with other YouTube personalities putting on a character, he just prefers to be true to himself.

When Callan first started uploading videos to his YouTube channel, monetization wasn’t something that he was aware of. He saw people’s videos on the Tonight Show and things of that nature, but wasn’t privy to the fact that for many people, Youtube became their main source of income. So for now Youtube isn’t something he does full time.

“Well, what I would love to do is have Youtube be my main job. I think that’s the dream of most youtubers is to have their channels be their main job. I would love for that to happen because you are your own boss and you are doing what you love, which is creating stuff.” If his dream became reality, Callan said he would upgrade his equipment, however the content of his channel would remain the same.

When asked what has he obtained out of his channel and his response was this. “What I’ve gotten out of my Youtube channel is incredible satisfaction; people really seem to enjoy it, and I have gained a lot of new friends.” He then wrapped up my questioning by saying I wasn’t the only one to reach out to him recently; he did a radio interview with a college student in Bridgewater, Massachusetts a few weeks ago.

You can find Jason and all of his content by searching Jason Callan on Youtube.

Thank You for preserving this piece of your history at the original Gab, BellGab.com Jason.  Don't accept any cheesy copycats.

Praise MV!