YouTube and CNN are inviting citizens to submit questions to presidential candidates via YouTube video this summer. Get your video in by July 22 so it can be considered for the July 23 Democratic candidate debate on July 23 in Charleston, South Carolina. If your question is selected, you may be flown to Charleston to watch the debate live and give your reactions on YouTube’s blog Citizentube.
Sounds like an interesting e-democracy experiment that might get some questions on the table that might not normally get posed. The folks at Free Press are asking people to submit videos on media reform issues like Net Neutrality and public broadcasting, which I think is a great idea. I bet John Edwards has some interesting things to say about Spectrum Allocation and the 700 Mhz band.
So if you’ve got a pet issue, a web cam, and internet access, get YouTube-ing!