YouTube ‘Town Hall’

May 19, 2011 by USA Post 

YouTube 'Town Hall'YouTube ‘Town Hall’, YouTube launched on Wednesday a “town hall” website in which leaders of Congress address the issues in short videos and viewers have to show that the positions they support.

Republicans monopolized top slots in a “classification” in the online forum to discuss issues of energy and healthcare debt and Afghanistan.

However, the ratings were changing rapidly in the newly launched website designed to allow major U.S. political discuss important issues and indirectly then viewers will vote for preferred positions.

While people in the videos are identified, their political affiliations were not revealed until after a spectator has chosen a side.

“How to vote if they focused exclusively on the ideas necessary to make our country and our world a better place, instead of putting the parties forward?” It Houghteling YouTube News and Politics asked in a blog.

“After seeing the video, you will notice that the representative is part and sometimes you may be surprised.”

Topics superior attention getters Google News in the last year were selected on the issues of virtual discussions.

Visitors to / yttownhall are invited to submit questions, members of Congress to provide video responses to queries each month to receive the most votes.

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