YouTube is by far one of the most popular websites on the Internet. The people in the TM Office frequently post videos on our Facebook and Twitter page from YouTube to entertain and interact with our friends. I mean, you can find anything on that website. Do you need to learn how to tie a tie? YouTube has numerous videos providing you step-by-step instructions on how to make the most suitable tie for any occasion. Sometimes we all need a laugh and, as most of us know, Daniel Tosh has made a living by featuring humorous YouTube videos on his Comedy Central program, Tosh.0. Advertising agencies have started investing their money into many of the videos on YouTube. This can be inconvenient for the YouTube viewer, but sales have proven to increase for many organizations directly because of these advertising efforts. What’s next? What will the final frontier be? Perhaps YouTube will partner with NASA for a live interview from space!
TRUE or FALSE?
TRUE: On May 2, at 2:15 p.m., YouTube plans to stream a live interview from space with the crew of the upcoming Endeavour expedition. The interview will consist of questions that have been compiled by numerous YouTube users via Google Moderator. Users who plan to submit questions to the crew of Endeavour are advised to submit videos no longer than 20 seconds. Also, incorporating the use of figures, statistics and props are strongly encouraged. The questions must be submitted to Google Moderator by April 30 at midnight EST. The video questions with the most votes by YouTube users will be the questions asked directly to the crew of Endeavour. The interview will be streaming live on PBS NewsHours’s YouTube channel on May 2.