How YouTube Wants To Make Itself More Nonprofit and Activist Friendly
From Tech President:
When The New York Times began its coverage of the revolution in Egypt last year, YouTube videos led its blog posts. One of the most interesting experiments in online education, Khan Academy, began as a series of YouTube videos. Google's video-sharing site continues to power Khan Academy's tutorials. And YouTube has been reaching out to nonprofits with products like branding capabilities that aren't publicly available, and a feature that allows nonprofits access to a Google Checkout-powered "Donate" button.
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