Posted by: Ian Bruk | July 11, 2006

Political Videos on the rise at YouTube

From the Washington Post:

This is one of the 60,000 videos added each day to YouTube.com, a shoot-it-yourself Web site that has exploded in popularity over the past year. And while many of the most widely viewed videos are merely intended to entertain or titillate — rants, parodies, pet tricks, soccer brawls, singing, dancing and booty shaking — company executives say politics is on the rise.

I guess the message is getting harder to manage for politicians. They will have to learn to go with the flow.

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