- Live-action movies, featuring MPL staff, teen council, volunteers, loiterers, etc., promoting Library-related stuff
- Book trailers for books in which you're interested
- Program trailers for library programs in which you're interested
- Local history videos you'd like to see
- Other video ideas?
Thursday, March 31, 2011
This week my Library posted its 150th video to the MPL YouTube Channel. Appropriately, it was an egg candling clip (by Broadway Gal), showing a live chicksoon heartbeat! Inside the egg! That's egg-citing by anyone's measure.
Remember to regularly check Broadway Gal's chick blog to see what's happening with the chicksoons in the egg incubator. Hatching day(s) is (are) fast approaching!
Thanks to our loyal viewership, which is approaching 35,000 (we should reach that by the weekend), we have enjoyed some moderate success promoting our Library and its collections, programs, and services using YouTube (as well as other online social networking media). We hope you enjoy our videos (book trailers, program trailers, music videos, local history videos, local talent videos--heck, we just have a ton of videos!)
Hey, I just thought of something. Broadway Gal and Wild Thang handle our live-action movies. Could you suggest some ideas (in the comments section below, or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org) as to some library-related videos you would like us to produce? Here's a laundry list:
Let us know what you'd like to see on our YouTube Channel. We will keep posting videos as long as the YouTube folks give us the free online storage space. It beats real work, for sure.
Where's the Food, If This is a Celebration? Just Asking,
Cauli Le Chat
MPL Roving Reporter
Library Promotions News Beat