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GM Takes Its Bailout Case To YouTube

I've been arguing for a while that video sharing sites like YouTube are destined to be the next dominant communications medium. Well, GM just joined the ranks of voices in the mighty livestream video chorus that is YouTube.

This video, from the GMBlogs channel, attempts to make the pro-auto side of the bailout case (ironically, unlike the ridiculously expensive Superbowl ads that GM is cancelling, YouTube is free, and the video -- posted one day ago -- has 111, 750 views as of 11 PM on 11/17.)

Here's the video -- is it a convincing case?

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