So I’ve embarked on a new journey today, a journey in the world of Google Video.
I successfully convinced some folks at work to let me put up one of our “viral” spots for the TBS Dept. of Humor Analysis – Eva Glass – on Google Video to see what would happen. I’m not expecting the earth to move, but the video does include a link to the TBS Humor Study site, which contains even more of the viral videos, games and the humor study itself. All very flashy and very funny.
Heck, if the response is good for this video, I have others we may distribute in this way. I’m including the video in this post for the lazy and for my own education surrounding the new “Put on site” feature of Google Video. It’s got narration by John Cleese, so you don’t have to work too hard for your entertainment.
What do you think? Is this the kind of content you would expect to see on Google Video? Certainly some commercial (promo) content is available there, alongside user-generated content, pirated content and pay-to-play content.
If you had seen this content somewhere else would you have submitted it to Google Video? Lemme know in the comments.