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The NRC Joins YouTube

The official NRC YouTube channel went live in September 2011 at www.youtube.com/NRCgov. The first posted videos feature NRC employees talking about their personal 9/11 experiences and the effects of that day on their lives. (You can also get there by going to the agency website at http://www.nrc.gov and clicking on the YouTube icon.)

Look for future videos that include portions of important Commission meetings and information on the history and role of the NRC.

YouTube joins Twitter and this blog as social media tools we’re using to communicate with the public in new and meaningful ways. We hope the videos will enhance the public’s understanding of the agency and its mission, and give a face to the people who work hard to protect people and the environment.

We won’t be taking comments on YouTube, but have created a special location on this blog for comments on videos.

Happy viewing!

Eliot Brenner
Public Affairs Director

16 responses to “The NRC Joins YouTube

  1. casettainlegno March 20, 2014 at 2:18 am

    great opportunity to go on YT. I believe soon it will be the strongest social media worldwide.

  2. Photo blocker plates December 14, 2012 at 5:07 am

    9/11 was such a tragic experience and reading anything about it always makes me feel sad and depressed.

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