They are officially launched today. Youtube is not in the Philippines. So what are the best things that will happen to us NETizens?
Users can go to the localized Philippines site by choosing “The Philippines” as the location setting at the bottom of the YouTube homepage.
According to Google executives Adam Smith (director of Product Management) and Julian Persaud (managing director of Google SEA), YouTube Philippines aims to create a new online space for the national community and give Filipino creators the opportunity to increase their exposure. YouTube is a subsidiary of Google Incorporated.
YouTube likewise launched two presidential channels for President Benigno Aquino III -www.youtube.com/govph and www.youtube.com/rtvmalacanang - which the Philippine government can utilize to reach out to the online Filipino community within the country and around the world.
Aquino is scheduled to participate in YouTube’s World View live interview series (http://www.youtube.com/worldview) where the questions come directly from citizens.
Speaking in behalf of Aquino, Presidential Communications Development and Strategic Planning Secretary of Communications Development Ricky Carandang said the government recognizes the significant impact of the Internet on the quality of life of 30 million Filipino users.
The Good thing I see here is that Google sees how we filipinos use the Internet as a way of communication with our love ones. And I’m very proud that we are the first in ASIA that they chose.
More power and more free six vedios.