In this episode, I’m speaking with Brian Lewis, better known as the Professor of Tolarian Community College. The Professor created the Magic community’s most subscribed YouTube channel, clocking in at over 200,000 subs.
The Professor started Tolarian Community College with reviews on card sleeves, deck boxes, and binders.
Later the Professor expanded to funny skits, card previews, deck techs, and community news.
The Professor shares what it means for him to create videos full time and his hopes for the future.
I hope you enjoyed my conversation with the Professor.
Go say hi to the Prof on Twitter @TolarianCollege
Go check out his videos at https://www.youtube.com/user/tolariancommunity
For enrollment information into TCC, go to TolarianCommunityCollege.com
And if you’re going to GP Vegas 2017, the Professor will be there, so go give him a hug and high five.
I hope you enjoy my conversation with the esteemed Professor of Tolarian Community College.
Thanks everyone for listening to this week’s show!
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