This Week's Top News Stories on YouTube--Palestinians make history at the UN, a highly controversial death penalty case, and Republicans square off in their seventh debate.
Monday, September 26, 2011
Wednesday, September 21, 2011
Following the official end of Don't Ask, Don't Tell, one soldier who has been anonymously posting videos on his channel about being gay in the military finally showed his face. The 21 year-old Air Force serviceman filmed a heartfelt call from Germany coming out to his father, who assured his son "I still love you. It doesn't change our relationship."
Since April, the US soldier has gained close to 10,000 subscribers and describes himself via his Twitter account as a "Military member in the closet, using social media to build up the courage to come out to family, girlfriend, friends, and coworkers." He has done just that and more. His video, posted less than 48 hours ago, has almost 2,000,000 views and 22,000 likes.
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Friday, September 16, 2011
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Saturday, September 10, 2011
This Week's Top News Stories on YouTube--A tragic Russian plane crash, extreme US weather, and fresh violence in Syria.
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Friday, September 2, 2011
This Week's Top News Stories on YouTube--Libya is overthrown, a rare earthquake rattles the US East Coast, and Hurricane Irene slams the Caribbean on
Everyday on the CitizenTube Channel (and @CitizenTube on Twitter), along with our curation partners @storyful, we look at how the top news stories are covered on YouTube. Every week we'll post a weekly recap of the top news stories of the week:
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