Journeyman Pictures YouTube Channel Analytics and Report

Journeyman Pictures YouTube Stats & Analytics Dashboard (Data Updated on 2019-10-15)
Journeyman Pictures
Joined YouTube on: 2007-03-21Area: United Kingdom  Language: English 
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5.92K  4.3%
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11,041st  (Top 1%)
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334th  (Top 1%)
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36  (Recent Month)
Est. Partner Earning
$ 31.08K  (Monthly)
Est. Potential Earnings
$ 65.42  (Each Video)
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Most Viewed Video from Journeyman Pictures YouTube Channel
308.37K Views· 2019-09-13 Published Date· 3.68K Likes· 609 Comments

Fallout: Chernobyl's exclusion zone is the latest dark-tourism hot spot, thanks to hit HBO-series, Chernobyl. What is life like for those living and working in the site of the world's worst nuclear disaster? Subscribe to Journeyman here: Tour buses line up at the exclusion zone's border, while tourists await their turn to be guided through the interior - Geiger counter in hand. "Chernobyl tourism is a very positive, necessary and useful phenomenon", says Alexei, who worked as a nuclear engineer at the time of the accident. "It's useful in the sense of preserving the memory of this event." Three-hundred thousand people were forcibly removed from their villages, but the risk of residual radiation didn’t stop some from returning. Sofia went back to her village in the exclusion zone just two years after the disaster. “Radiation is radiation. It’s an invisible enemy”, the 73-year-old says. Dangerous levels of contamination remain in the ecosystem of northern Ukraine, damaging the environment and putting the area’s inhabitants at risk. Still to this day, thousands of children suffer from radiation-related illnesses. “The soil has to be removed from the polluted territory. Only then the radiation would disappear. That wasn’t done. Everything was left as it was”, says a nurse treating children at a hospital outside Kiev. For more information, visit Like us on Facebook: Follow us on Twitter: Follow us on Instagram: Visit our subreddit: ABC Australia – Ref. 7669

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