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Thursday Round-Up: Seahawks YouTube Channel Passes 100K Subscribers

Our very own Seahawks YouTube channel recently passed 100K subscribers and received our ‘Silver Play Button’ award from YouTube.

Good morning, 12s.

Here's a look at what's 'out there' for today – Thursday, March 5 – about your Seattle Seahawks:

Next Stop, 1M Subscribers

Before you even begin reading this article, I urge you to please visit our Seahawks YouTube Channel and click, 'Subscribe.' I promise that you're in for some high-quality video content revolving around your favorite team.

Back in December, our YouTube Channel hit 100,000 subscribers on YouTube. As one of the core contributors to video content in the organization, I felt this was an extremely valued benchmark to reach. YouTube also recognizes it as a meaningful milestone, enough to send our team a Silver Play Button.

What's a Silver Play Button you may ask? It's somewhat of a 'trophy' distributed from YouTube that falls in the bucket of YouTube Creator Awards, commonly known as YouTube Play Buttons. These act as gifts from YouTube that serve to recognize its most popular channels.

As far as we know, there are five tiers of Creator Awards; Silver (100K subscribers), Gold (1M subscribers), Diamond (10M subscribers), Custom (50M subscribers), and Red Diamond (100M subscribers). The Silver Creator Award that we received from YouTube is just the beginning of what I think we'll be able to accomplish.

The true thanks, in addition to YouTube, is owed to the 12s. Without all of you, we would not have been able to reach this goal. Thank you, 12s, for consuming the content that we create just for you. Your feedback and comments are always appreciated, and we strive to continue to create top-shelf content covering the team on and off the field.

Next stop, one million subscribers!

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