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Amy K. Nelson, Bomani & Jones, Petey And LoMo? SB Nation Launches YouTube Channel Tomorrow...

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VIERA, FL - FEBRUARY 28:  Jayson Werth #28 of the Washington Nationals poses during photo day at Space Coast Stadium on February 28, 2012 in Viera, Florida.  (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)
VIERA, FL - FEBRUARY 28: Jayson Werth #28 of the Washington Nationals poses during photo day at Space Coast Stadium on February 28, 2012 in Viera, Florida. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)
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Who's Watching the Werthmen? Want Jayson Werth to stop staring at you? Here's what you do...Late last year YouTube unveiled a plan to launch 100 YouTube channels featuring professionally-produced original content. The plan drew the interest of the likes of Madonna, Ashton Kutcher, Shaquille...O'Neal! (ed. note - "The Shaq dream sequence is my favorite scene in the vastly underrated film "I ❤ Huckabees."), the Wall Street Journal, the Onion, the Office's Rainn Wilson, Reuters, Slate and the SB Nation. What? They gave the SB Nation a Youtube channel? Yes they did and it launches on Thursday, so we're encouraging anyone who's interested to SUBSCRIBE to the SB Nation's channel now so that it doesn't launch with less subscribers than that blasted Rainn Wilson (who I actually like though he blocks Collin Balester on Twitter for some reason? But I'll never forgive Mr. Wilson for his superhero movie character's catchphrase, "SHUT UP, CRIME!" which has been stuck in my head since I watched that movie. And why do that to Juno? Really?) Anyway, there are some videos that follow so you can see just what sort of content the SB Nation's channel has created already and get a good idea of what lies ahead. Bomani Jones. Amy K. Nelson. The Petey and LoMo Show? I'm thinking that myself, our friend Dave from DSP and Chase from CSN should get involved so we can add more explosions to the Nationals Lunchbox segments if we do those again this year. So, the videos are after the JUMP, I like the Petey and LoMo Show though it's aboot Marlins, and the music in the first SB Nation ad won me over too, check them out and SUBSCRIBE if you like. (ed. note - "I just took the list of companies that will be launching channels and producing programming from this article from The Guardian so you can read up there if you were unawares.")

• SB Nation YouTube Channel Ad:
• The Petey and LoMo Show:


• Bomani And Jones: