Most of us know what YouTube is, right? Whether we use it to watch funny videos, political debates or to promote our social media projects, the majority of our generation is familiar with this website that is used to share videos.
I found an article (http://tinyurl.com/352yhd) on CNN.com that details GodTube, a video-sharing website with Christian content. Created by Clay Wyatt, a seminary student from Texas, GodTube drew more than 4 million unique visitors during October of this year. The videos on this new website include everything from comedy videos to theological debates. I even found this little gem:
As social media tools like YouTube become more and more mainstream, will we continue to see more sites like GodTube that target certain demographics? I believe that we will. It's only natural for smaller, more specific programs to emerge as the originals gain popularity. These new tools would cater towards a smaller population sector and ease the difficulty of finding certain types of videos. I would imagine that pretty soon we'll see video-sharing site that are specific to different regions, sports, television shows and so forth.