Glendale 11 TV is using YouTube’s free service to post videos that educate and inform about city services, events and programs. The videos are produced by the award-winning staff from Glendale’s television station.
Check out links to some of the hottest videos below or view them all on Glendale’s You Tube channel: www.youtube.com/myglendale11.
Be sure to check this page and Glendale’s You Tube channel regularly because both sites are updated frequently.
Glendale Reaches Social Media Milestone with 200,000+ Views on YouTube
Proving the power of video and the World Wide Web, the city of Glendale has reached another milestone with its online videos being viewed more than 208,000 times. Glendale’s YouTube channel, youtube.com/myglendale11, has been a popular online resource for residents and visitors since January 2009. Learn more (pdf)
Since June 2009, Glendale’s online viewers have watched more than 4,500 videos a month. The top five most-watched include:
1-Fiesta Bowl 2010 – Boise State vs. TCU: 17,473 views http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WBDYpAeFKy8
2-Making of the Stadium – Rolling Field: 5,200 views http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qa-d61FZ3MI
3-Lauren Froderman at Glendale Glitters 2010: 3,754 views http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0e6lVCPsf5Q
4-Interview with Anthony Daniels – C3PO Voice from Star Wars: 2,752 views http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ciw3CeHqIwA
5-Roger Clyne & the Peacemakers Concert - Americano: 2,696 views http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=85N5TbQ6MVE
Glendale’s You Tube channel has created an opportunity for the city to capitalize on viral video marketing, allowing users to share Glendale 11 videos by forwarding them to other online users. In addition, viewers from around the world can access Glendale’s You Tube channel and learn more about the city’s events, public safety demonstrations, historic preservation, tourism and other related services and programs.
Besides You Tube, the city has two other video resources: An online video library accessible 24/7 with archive availability at www.glendaleaz.com/video and the city’s award-winning cable television station, Glendale 11 TV, on Cox channel 11 and live streaming online at www.glendaleaz.com/glendale11.