The following is a client of HWH PR. We issued this press release today. I have several backups to give away. Let me know if you’re interested.
I just want to make sure you know that YouTube offers extra footage of some of the TV shows you love so much. Both “60 Minutes” and “Real Time with Bill Maher” have segments on YouTube called Overtime which give you informal interviews and a behind the scenes look at the topics of the day.
I don’t know all the TV shows that offer this YouTube feature, but I suggest you do a search. All you have to do is put the name of your favorite TV show in the search bar on YouTube, and then scroll through the segments. You will see the extra options. Enjoy the extras.
Overtime 60 Minutes
Overtime with Bill Maher
I love digitally recording (taping) TV shows, news and features, and sharing them with others. I usually have no problem copying a show off the TV and then transferring the video to YouTube. Then I post the YouTube on social media platforms and DigiDame.
Today I got a big surprise. NBC blocked me. I wanted to share the ever-important #metoo segment on “Meet The Press.” I recorded the seven minute news piece because it clarified what the whole movement is about. Tarana Burke and Alyssa Milano, #metoo originators, gave heartfelt explanations of what they, and women, everywhere, hope to accomplish.
I spent an hour trying to get YouTube to accept my video so I can properly post it here. No luck. NBC finally stopped me. The video posted here comes straight from my camera roll. I hope my raw video works.
Please watch the video. I feel it’s a piece of history that should never be forgotten.
I emailed Meet the Press host Chuck Todd. I asked him to make sure NBC posts the #metoo segment on YouTube so we can all have a professional copy. They posted most of the other segments from this morning. Why did they omit this one?