Bulletins are a great way to communicate with your subscribers on YouTube. Just go to your channel, type an update, paste a video link, and click "Post Bulletin." Your bulletin will show up on your subscribers' homepage, in their Recent Activity feed.Think of the possibilities: Want to tell your subscribers about a new musician you just discovered on YouTube? Send a bulletin that describes her music and attach her latest video. Or maybe you just watched a vlog you really liked and want to send it out to your subscribers with a note. You can even send a video link to your other YouTube channel to let your subscribers know about it. Bulletins allow you to put context around any video or simply send your subscribers a written note.You can send bulletins from the new “Post Bulletins” form on your channel. As you type the update to your subscribers, you’ll see a preview of the bulletin appear to the right of the text field:
We want all video creators and curators put their YouTube channel URL on their business card. In fact, we'd like to think your YouTube channel deserves a place right next to your email address and cell phone number as necessities in this modern world.
In 1960, Richard Nixon and John F. Kennedy squared off in the first-ever televised debate in the United States. The debate made history and many say was a determining factor in the election's outcome.Tonight, history will be made in the UK as Labour Prime Minister Gordon Brown, Conservative leader David Cameron and the Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg participate in the first-ever live television debate. The debate will air at 8:30 p.m. GMT tonight on ITV and on BBC 4 Radio. Afterwards, anyone in the world can tune into YouTube to watch the debate in its entirety, as well as clips of the top moments, on ITV's YouTube channel.You also have the opportunity to pose your own questions to the candidates in the YouTube/Facebook Digital Debate. Brown, Cameron and Clegg will answer your top-voted questions about the most pressing issues facing the United Kingdom. Already, over 1500 questions have been asked and 60,000 votes have been cast through Google Moderator on YouTube and Facebook. Add your voice to the debate today:This is your chance to ask the hard questions of the three prospective leaders, or to pick up on any of themes that emerge in the course of this evening's debate. We're very much looking forward to seeing what emerges -- and to the leaders' responses.Have fun,Jamie Dolling, Community Editor, YouTube UK, recently watched "Ash Cloud Disrupts Air Travel".