The Campaign Spot

Hillary Assigns Uncompensated Video Work To Web Site Visitors

From Mandy Grunwald, Hillary’s media adviser:

On July 23, Hillary will participate in a debate sponsored by YouTube and CNN. All of the candidates will make a 30-second video that will play at some time during the debate.
My job in the campaign is to make the videos and the ads, and I have a great team of really creative people helping me. But when we sat down to figure out what our 30-second video for the debate should be, we decided pretty quickly to give you the assignment instead.
You know why you support Hillary. You know why this country is ready for change. You know why she’s ready to lead.
All you need to do is put it in a video of 30 seconds or less, and you may be featured during the CNN/YouTube debate on July 23.
Are you ready to help?
Just create your video, upload it to YouTube by next Tuesday, July 17, and then fill out this form on our website to let us know about your submission:
http://www.hillaryclinton.com/youtube

As much as I like to mock this, Hillary got enormous response and media attention for her “interactivity”… on choosing a campaign song. (And in the end, voters picked the lamest option, in my humble opinion.)

Hillary opens up for advice from website visitors on the entirely cosmetic aspects of her campaign, and yet her supporters seem to love it.

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