Saturday, March 19, 2011
Does Youtube have a policy regarding Japan Earthquake and Tsunami Videos? Should YouTube Tsunami videos only be used to make money for the victims?
I have watched Japan tsunami video footage on local news channels because I know that getting the word out motivates viewers to donate and the news channels are more likely to do fact gathering on a scale that the public could not.
However, I just don't think watching Japan tsunami video footage on youtube is the same thing as watching it on public television. I think all youtube videos get blurred together because they are free, and in the process the videos themselves get devalued.
I hope youtube can figure out a way to be both a provider of global video content while not diminishing the significance of the video footage such as that of the Japan Tsunami.
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