The NY Post describes the way Sione Pouha is directly interacting with his fans during the lockout so they can see what he is up to.
So, Pouha (BO-oo-ha) grabbed a video camera, got a film crew together and started rolling on a behind-the-scenes series that fans can subscribe to for free on his own YouTube channel. The 4-minute preview for the "Life of a Lock Out" series has gotten more than 1,500 views since it was posted a week ago, and the first full-length episode airs Wednesday.
"I would call it a low-budget reality series," Pouha said with a big laugh. "It's not quite 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians.' It's the non-football life of a football player and what they do during the lockout."