I was going to post this on the HHN thread but it probably deserves its own post. Anyone got any thoughts on the theme park vloggers/youtubers? I find myself watching vloggers on youtube more than regular TV now, and with the constant changes at the parks it's a cheap and easy way to keep up to date. I know up until now most of them have no link to the parks and the ones that do are because they are registered "Media", but how long do we think it will be until the bigger parks start paying them to review/visit the parks, or even give them a free vacation? I've seen talk of Disney banning mini tripods in the near future which many Youtubers are saying will effect them and their output, but seeing that most vlogs are monetized, arent they gaining profit from the parks and therefore classed as a "Commercial operation"? As a side note, Brian and Tims visits to the parks are first class, no waffle, just updates and interesting points. Whereas some vloggers are cringey and almost hard to watch, do we see theme parks recognising the art of vlogging and engaging with them? *Also if any of you guys are looking for worldwide park vlogs, themeparkworldwide on youtube are ace, the young lad has built up quite the empire with that channel, and he pays for entry/travel to every park, you would think parks would reach out and get some "cheap" advertising from a free ticket and travel, or would it be too difficult to regulate?