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by: Beverlie Sopiep, New Media

July 28, 2010 - 12:33 PM

New Media Intern Beverlie Sopiep

Missed the July Commission Meeting live? Don’t know what spectrum is? Need help filing a complaint with the FCC?

All these videos and more are on the FCC YouTube channel. Our YouTube account serves as a repository for all Open Commission Meetings, workshops, and events. So if you missed a live event on Reboot or need to re-watch past meetings or events, it will most likely be here.

Through these videos, we aim to give the public a better sense of what we do as an agency as well as a behind the scenes look at some of the faces creating these policies and initiatives. As the FCC video library expands, we’re working on setting a great standard for video quality, featuring interesting and informative content that’s presented well. I think we’ll be there soon.
We want our videos to be interesting to watch. Please let us know in the comments below what kinds of videos you would like to see, what you like and don’t like that we’ve done so far.
 
Below is an example of one video that I like.
 
Members from the Broadband taskforce visited parts of Europe and talked about how they pursued national broadband policy. What I like about the video is not only the content but also creative shots showing the Eiffel tower outside of the window. These small details make the video more interesting.
 
Thanks for watching!
Updated: April 18, 2012 - 04:48 PM
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