Earlier on this year the subject of an ASMR TV project was discussed. This tied in with the multimedia discussions including podcasts and radio, all on the ASMR Facebook group. It was stated that YouTube would be about the perfect place for a project like this to exist – seeing as most people who create ASMR videos call it home anyway. Everything is set out for you, so a lot of the hard work is done. Just create your videos, edit them, upload them (maybe edit them on YouTube) and release them to the public, and put them in playlists.
Ephemeral Rift, the individual who launched the ASMR Project, which now has its first theme, has also started another group on Facebook, called ASMR TV. There’s a YouTube channel which is linked to this.
The goal of ASMR TV, according to him, is to put every single ASMR video in to categories to showcase on the YouTube channel. This seems to mainly cater to trigger videos made by ASMR artists – so they may gain more exposure. In other words, intentional trigger videos. The possibility of an ASMR TV show, similar to something akin to ASMR Radio is also being debated. Here you could have interviews, news, and others segments all catering to ASMR!
It’s certainly an ambitious project, so if you’re interested in helping out, drop in over at the ASMR TV Facebook group and sign up!