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UK Cabinet Office uses YouTube for PSAs

updated 03:45 pm EDT, Fri August 18, 2006

UK Cabinet Office YouTube

An Internet service such as YouTube, which claims to distribute more than half of all online videos, will indisputably have a far-reaching effect on viewers' exposure to news. The Cabinet Office of the British government agrees strongly enough that it recently began uploading new public service announcements to YouTube as a way of adapting the spread of government information to an increasingly Internet-dependent society. The current PSAs, which can be found by searching for the user "publicservice" on YouTube, are currently narrow in scope but may expand as the British government updates its ministries to reflect its new attitude towards technology.

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