White House Uses YouTube for oil spill questions
06/15/2010 // Washington, D.C., US // TiffNews10 // News Desk
Washington – The White House will reportedly take questions about the massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico via YouTube. As reported by AFP, spokesman Robert Gibbs is expected to answer questions submitted on the popular video sharing website following President Barack Obama’s televised speech about the disaster on Tuesday.
White House director of new media Macon Phillips is quoted by AFP as stating of the matter, “Across the country, many have questions about how this disaster happened — and what’s being done to make things right… To better understand what people want to know, we are offering a way for anyone to vote on questions about the oil spill or submit their own.”
Individuals may submit questions at http://www.YouTube.com/WhiteHouse, and see questions streamlined live at http://www.WhiteHouse.gov/live.
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