Thursday, May 29, 2008

Can we get some Unitarian videos up?

As a member of the Foy Society I got an email directing me to a video of one of the workshops at General Assembly here.

I think it's using the same site where the Anniversary Service sermon was up last year.

Unfortunately I can't work out if there's a way to browse for similar videos. I have no idea who puts these videos up here, or if there are any more. Does some official Unitarian bod makes these videos and upload them? If so, why isn't it more heavily publicised? Are there lots of videos from our Annual Meetings? How can I find them??

Last year I only knew about the video because I knew the Anniversary preacher (although it was later mentioned in the Inquirer) and this year I've only been directed to it because I'm a member of the Foy Society. I don't know why it all seems so secretive.

Today I noticed that the Lesbian and Gay Christian Movement has a section on YouTube. Is this something that British Unitarians could do? I'm not an expert on these things, but it surely isn't that difficult. A link from the official website to a series of videos on YouTube could be a good outreach tool, without taking up a huge amount of resources. Is it possible?

3 Comments:

Blogger Robin Edgar said...

You might want to check out U*U TV.

You might *not* want to check out U*UTube. . . ;-)

11:19 pm  
Blogger Robin Edgar said...

BTW FWIW Channel 4 aired this Unitarian video about a week and a half ago.

11:36 pm  
Blogger Robin Edgar said...

i.e. This Unitarian video. Sorry about the HTML error.

11:39 pm  

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