Thursday, July 9, 2009

Catching the bad guys on YouTube

Here's an interesting strategy: the Hennepin County Sheriff's office from Hennepin County, Minnesota, is now posting episodes of "Hennepin County's Most Wanted" onto YouTube. They currently broadcast this show on cable access stations in the Twin Cities area, but how big can that audience really be? And what if the criminals they're chasing have left the county? By broadcasting the show on YouTube, they're reaching a much broader audience.

The view counts aren't big yet -- but it'll be interesting to see where this goes as they continue to develop an audience on YouTube.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

it's good

Anonymous said...

when i want to play video its say "Invalid parameters"
Bad guys attact youtube vide how we cathc them? :-D

Anonymous said...

mmmmmmm

Anonymous said...

This video killed me inside, you murderers!!!

Anonymous said...

in italy there are mayors sheriff but are less effective

Remy said...

nice!

Anonymous said...

they are all r black !!
makes u wonder !!! hmmm ....

Anonymous said...

"i work at the adult detention center, better known as the jail" LOL really, Sgt. Obvious?

Anonymous said...

Is the Hennepin County version of "America's Most Wanted"? Good luck!

Anonymous said...

i think its a great idea, but does it mean that police officers will get a paycut seeing as youtube is doing there job
anonymous.

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