Why can't the parks promote themselves, surely theyre the best channels for promotion? Eg offer backstage tours, a backstage insight video, and treat all their fans equal rather than just those holding the biggest power online.
It would be tragic to see more things go that route, shilling out any inch of the park to whatever popular YouTuber for the sake of promo. It should be about real engagement for anyone interested.
why should This Morning, Blue Peter, Midlands Today or any show get access behind the scenes?
Because people watch it.
If a venue has decided a YouTube channel is better to show their product than traditional TV what’s wrong with that?