Thursday, June 12, 2008
Keeping with the recent tradition of announcements ( Yeah, all of two posts :) ), I learned earlier tonight from Youtube that they've granted me the ability to upload videos that are longer than 10 minutes in length because of my partnership with them. What this means is that entire sermons by Paul Washer, Jeff Noblit, Mark Kielar, etc. that were on revver are now going to be able to be viewed in their entirety on the most popular video outlet on the internet. Lord willing, this will expose even that much more people to sound, Biblical teaching. What's even better is that I will leave the embed option on so you can post these on your own site for others to view in their entirety. I am very excited about this new development because it means that not as much time will be needed to post videos on Youtube for all to see, and productivity should increase as a result. I should have two videos up by tonight and more tomorrow, Lord willing.
Here's an example of what I'm speaking of:
Some people have been asking me about the Youtube partnership and what it entails so I figured I'd explain that a little more in this post. Several months ago, Youtube contacted me about becoming a partner with them. I thought it would be a great opportunity to get the videos out to people who may not see them otherwise. With the Youtube partnership, I'm able to add a channel banner, have the featured video play automatically when you visit the page, and have video banners along with other little perks. To become a partner, you don't have to be asked by them per say. You can apply for the partnership here.
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