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YouTube Hits Adding Up for Winnipeg Harvest Donations

An initiative between Winnipeg Harvest and Peak of the Market to collect fresh vegetables for the food bank is continuing to gain momentum. Peak of the Market has pledged to donate 10 pounds of veggies for every view local magician Brian Glow's Vanishing Vegetables...

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YouTube to Live Stream Royal Wedding on April 29

Not only will the upcoming royal wedding be occupying nearly every TV channel on April 29, but the Internet will be a buzz as well. YouTube plans to live stream the nuptials of Prince William and Kate Middleton beginning at 4 a.m. CT on the Royal Channel. Along with...

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City to Use Social Media to Communicate Flood Updates

The City of Winnipeg is catching up to the times by implementing the use of social media to comunicate flood and emergency preparedness strategies. The city has activated a Facebook, Twitter and YouTube account, which will support their existing EmergWeb site to...

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Prime Minister to Take Questions on YouTube

Canadians will have a chance to ask Prime Minister Stephen Harper questions this morning after he delivers his response to the Speech from the Throne. Beginning at 9:45 a.m. CT, the public can visit YouTube.com/talkcanada to view the live stream and submit questions...

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Slow Motion Pedigree Commercial Goes Viral

By Brian Schultz At over 1 million views on YouTube, this slow motion commercial for Pedigree with dogs jumping for a treat is in full viral swing. The commercial was shot with a Phantom camera at 1,000 frames per second and has the right element of a viral video:...

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YouTube Will Live Stream U2 Concert

By Tyler Sutherland YouTube is desperately trying to push its way into the realm of live streaming and they'll continue with one of the biggest bands in the world. The video website is going to stream U2's Rose Bowl concert this Sunday, October 25 at 10:30 p.m. CT...

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College Stadiums Ban Social Media

College Stadiums Ban Social Media

By Tyler Sutherland On Monday, the Southeastern Conference (SEC) released new guidelines for attending any of their sporting events at college stadiums across the U.S. They include a complete ban on using social media while in sports facilities, which means no more...

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