YouTube launches 'Video Your Vote'

Oct 15, 2008
A man searches for the YouTube website
A man searches for the YouTube website in Jakarta in April 2008. YouTube is urging US voters to shoot video at the polls during the November 4 presidential election and upload it to a new channel on the popular video-sharing site called "Video Your Vote."

YouTube is urging US voters to shoot video at the polls during the November 4 presidential election and upload it to a new channel on the popular video-sharing site called "Video Your Vote."



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