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Itís been another busy week as I plan for Gamescom, while also arranging content for the final quarter of the year and continuing to knock out videos. It can be a frustrating time when the backlog is so steep and workload so high reducing output, but I always prefer quality over quantity where possible and remind myself that itís not always about views but making great content that is important.
This week has revolved around creating a new channel trailer, part 1 of an insightful interview with the 2011 GT Academy winner Jann Mardenborough and an interview with Eutechnyx COO Darren Jobling, that also forms part of the YouTube Geek Week campaign. The latter delving more into my personal gaming passions and something which I hope to find more time for next year as I hope to introduce new presenters on the channel. Of course these are all complex and timely videos to produce yet highly rewarding in execution even though they aren't necessarily the type that generate the most views.
Now I'm planning out video production for the week ahead while juggling my time between projects to clear everything up before the end of the month. There has never been a time when so many high profile driving games have been coming out within such a short time frame, itís certainly going to be a busy few months and Iíll be working hard to get as much content out as I can manage.