Friday, November 21, 2008


when the military was banned from YouTube, the military hired Delve Networks to create TroopTube. TroopTube is a new video sharing website for troops that helps them stay in touch with families and friends. A pentagon employee will, however, screen TroopTube for porn/copyright violations/top secret info, etc.

I think the government should create a .gov YouTube website so officials holding public office can address the nation via youtube. (like obama's fireside chats).

thanks for the tip heath!

1 comment:

Alexis said...

Video sharing is all the rage since a while now, and it does not seem to end. Everybody wants to share their videos, their passions and the things they like. There are so many sites around to publish videos on the web that it is sometimes hard to make a choice.
Well, now for military-related videos, you will have a new site to publish and watch videos.
I have compiled a growing list of already more than 900 video sharing sites, video search engines, video download sites, and video publication and statistics online services that you can check at
You can directly access the military niche here:
This site offers some other interesting features, like a forum about online videos, how to make money with your videos, how to create your own YouTube site, video contests, etc.
So if you are interested in video sharing or online video marketing, give an eye to this site, it worths it.

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