Tuesday, October 9, 2012 | 5:21 PM
Every month, YouTube viewers watch four billion hours of video, allowing bloggers, campaigners, vloggers and entertainers ways to reach their audience on an unprecedented scale. Many of the most popular challenge conventional wisdom and shine a spotlight on otherwise forgotten issues. Perhaps the best example is Kony2012, shown below, which highlighted the plight of child soldiers in Central Africa. It has recorded more than 93 million views and pressured governments to take action.
Hunter Walk, one of YouTube’s most senior executives, will speak in Brussels this coming Tuesday about YouTube’s emergence as a platform for social good, activism and free expression.
Where: Google Brussels, Chaussée D'Etterbeek 180 | 1040 Brussels
Registration: Please register here
Need another reason to come?: Enjoy some Googley refreshments!
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