Nice idea. If you could manage to upload 1-2 videos a week I could see this becoming a big thing, since most channels I know that are about amvs don't get as much attention because releases are sporadic.
One improvement I would make would be shorter vlog-style videos, less than 8 minutes. I know this is just an intro to the whole thing, but I think shorter videos allows you to have more stuff released per week and keeps people's attention more. Even then I think you should edit it so people can see what you're talking about, ie if you're talking about a convention have a little screen showing footage from it etc, that will keep people's attention as well.
I like how you have the News (AMV Software and AMV Contests/Conventions) and AMV countdown, which I think should be split up to different videos and you can have playlists for each as the content grows, makes it easier to release more if you're low on content.
I would like to see this expand to more stuff however. You have a pleasant voice, I'd be interested in seeing you interview editors, ie on skype. Code used to do interviews here on the org, and it was great, I'd like to see it revamped and done again, both from editors on the org and youtube. More ideas would be group review sessions of AMVs which I know some editors did awhile back (ie bunch of people on a group chat watching a video and reviewing it), Video of the Week or something, tutorials (editors give tutorials on an aspect of editing that you feature), AMV Editing Technique/Theory Debate (taking topics like color correction, flow, etc, or any other topic (Org v yt?) that a group of editors can talk about,) and so forth. Those are just some ideas off the top of my head.
I like the idea of bringing together editors from youtube and the org, and I think you could bridge this gap by having those two groups come together and talk about these topics.
It's important too to keep your face in there, so it's not just a bunch of amvs and other stuff, but you don't seem to have a problem with that which is great. You also have a nice set up. Despite the noise in the bg, the video was 'professional' feeling.
There's a lot you can do obviously if you're up to it, and I hope a lot of editors will come and back you on this, subscribe and share, since this could potentially be great. As long as you keep it going I'll back it. The key to success here I think is pulling in editors people want to hear from/lesser known editors, mesh them together, feature them, whatever, basically: collaboration. Get the conversation rolling, make it fun.