Aquarium Co-op | http://www.aquariumcoop.com/
One of my favorites is my friend Cory's channel. He owns and operates Aquarium Co-op in Edmonds, close to where my family lives. I did a fish store tour of it in an earlier blog post. He also interviewed me on his channel when I went home a year ago. He is extremely knowledgeable about all things fish, especially livebearers, goldfish, and running a fish store. My favorite are his Daily Doses. I have no idea how he manages to put up new content everyday, but it's a treat to watch!
Rachel O'Leary | http://msjinkzd.com/
Rachel specializes in invertebrates and nano fish. She is charismatic and incredibly knowledgeable on all things nano! I had the pleasure of meeting her when she gave a talk at the Pacific Coast Cichlid Association a couple of years ago. She puts out about a video a week on helpful tips and occasional species spotlights.
The King of DIY
Joey is truly the KING when it comes to being a DIY fish keeper! I can only dream of doing some of the projects that he details in his videos. He often does HUGE projects (think hundreds of gallons and monster fish), but he's been moving on to smaller builds lately. His channel is also a tremendous resource for ideas for filters, stands, etc. He usually puts out a video once a week and is definitely worth checking out!
Solid Gold Aquatics
Jenny is one of the sweetest YouTubers ever. She is dedicated to her expansive goldfish hobby and is an amazingly creative and independent aquarist. Every one of her videos makes me smile, and I'm not even a goldfish person!
Bob works a lot with Cory on various projects. He also has a great YouTube channel of his own! He is rapidly expanding his fish room and it's very fun to watch it grow.
Fantastic channel for shrimp keepers! I don't even like keeping shrimp but love learning about them. He also has some wonderful fish room tours and interviews about all kinds of fish.
Taylor Nicole Dean
Taylor is both a passionate animal lover and a hilarious comedian. I think of her as the Jenna Marbles of animal keepers. Her videos on her wide range of animals are very knowledgeable, detailed, and funny to watch.
Greg Jones puts out an enormous amount of content on all things aquariums. His interesting projects, tips, and tricks are well worth watching and adding to your own bag of techniques.
California Betta Society
We have our own YouTube channel! We try to livestream our events (although we have been doing more livestream on FaceBook because it is MUCH easier to use than YouTube). We also have a couple of useful videos taken at shows. Look hard enough and you might find a Gianne with incredibly long hair :p
Sacramento Aquarium Society
When speakers are amenable and the equipment/manpower is available, SAS records their guest speakers and puts them up on their channel. Some great talks here!
The Fish Doctor
A specialist in aquatic veterinary care, Dr. Loh is AMAZING at what he does! Endlessly educational, his videos show the extreme side of fish keeping!
I also like to watch several other channels while working on other things...
Real Stories | My Shocking Story
I love documentaries. Especially shocking ones that deal with medical conditions. I love learning by osmosis while working in the fish room, and these channels definitely satisfy that!
My go to for comedic relief. These two dudes can make me laugh for hours with their ridiculous videogaming antics. I used to be a HUGE gamer, but obviously no longer have time for it. I can satisfy my gaming desires vicariously through these guys.
Adriana Lippy | http://www.adrianalippyart.com/
My best friend from college is an incredibly talented biomedical illustrator and animator. She showcases her work on her channel. Adriana has also been featured in some incredible places - her art once graced a billboard for Seattle Biomed in downtown Seattle! She accepts commissions and even drew an amazing scratchboard of my childhood dog as a christmas present for my mom.
MacGyver the Lizard
I am in love with this adorable Argentinian Red Tegu. He acts like a big lovable dog more than your typical lizard. Watching him eat is cuteness overload.
Shout out to one of my best friends from elementary school! Memory has some truly amazing stories to tell. Her travels throughout the US as a "dirty kid" sound like they are out of a fantasy novel.