Three Minutes: New NRC Q&A Series Kicks Off

Three minutes isn’t a lot of time – but it’s enough to learn a bit about a wide variety of NRC topics via our new YouTube series, launched today. These new question-and-answer videos will offer information about issues of high public interest, general areas of NRC activities and some plain old science education.

The inaugural video of the series, “Three Minutes with ACRS,” is a conversation with the ACRS Executive Director Ed Hackett. He answers a brief series of questions including “What is the ACRS?” Look for new segments each month on the NRC YouTube Channel.

The NRC’s YouTube channel launched in September. Since then we’re been posting a variety of different types of videos in an effort to communicate with you, the public, in new and meaningful ways. In addition to this new series, look for a future series called “Moments in NRC History,” featuring the NRC’s historian.

If you have topics you’d like to see addressed in our “Three Minutes” series, please let us know in the comment section below. And we hope you’ll take three minutes and watch our new video.

Ivonne Couret
Public Affairs Officer

Author: Moderator

Public Affairs Officer for the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission

8 thoughts on “Three Minutes: New NRC Q&A Series Kicks Off”

  1. Sweet, I’ll be checking your YouTube series. Hopefully it’s good!
    thanks for sharing! let me know when you upload more articles

  2. Actually this is a really cleaver way to get the NRC’s message out there to the people. I’m sure there are many people interested in what you have to say, this just allows you reach them in a very easy way! Good luck with the project NRC.

  3. I really like the you tube videos so far that explain a little more of what NRC does.

  4. Great initiative! I’ve seen some videos and the truth is that I find very practical, those three minutes have been well. With useful information and unknown to me. Congratulations!

    I would like to know more about security protocols, can make a video about that?


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