DOD Follows State Dept. Lead in Launching Video Section

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Two months after the State Department launched a Web site that features videos of news conferences and interviews with department officials — and one that allows, YouTube-style, for the videos to be embedded on any Web site — the Defense Department is now following suit. We have criticized DOD in the past for not making their newsworthy video easily accessible to journalists, bloggers and, well, anyone. So now that they’ve launched the video site, we must congratulate their getting with it, so to speak, even if rather late. And it’s commendable that DOD appears to have gone the State Department […]

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