United States President Barack Obama is scheduled to return to dialogue with YouTube users on video-sharing sites such as next week. The White House said in a statement.
U.S. citizens, especially those who use YouTube, can dialogue directly with Obama on Thursday (27/01/2011). Precisely, two days after Obama’s speech held the annual State of the Union before the U.S. Congress.
Obama will hold a dialogue for 40 minutes with YouTube user-related speech. This initiative is one of the strongholds of the White House action to be more close to the public through the Internet. Last year, Obama is also doing the same thing, after delivering a speech to the U.S. Congress.
White House officials also will answer questions the public through their official website. In addition, the public are welcome to send questions via Twitter or Facebook, after Obama delivered a speech.
YouTube Party clarified, the public can watch Obama’s speech as well as the response from the Republican Party via live streaming, before submitting a video with questions to the president. YouTube suggests, the duration of the video questions no more than 20 seconds.