The great thing about YouTube is how it creates avenues for discourse.
For the second time, YouTube is hosting the Davos Debates – but this year, whoever uploads the best video response to one of the session questions gets a free ride to Switzerland.
YouTube has partnered with the World Economic Forum to open up debates from this year’s Davos annual meeting. We’re inviting people to record a video answering one of four session questions, and whoever uploads the most original, creative and popular video will win a reporter’s pass and fully-paid trip to Davos at the end of January. Along with that, the best videos received will be played in the relevant sessions to Davos attendees.
Go to http://youtube.com/davos and check out the submissions. Submit your own response. Whether you win or your video is chosen for viewing at Davos doesn’t matter. Getting involved in the discussion does.
- Are you confident that global growth will be restored in 2009?
- Should company executives have a code of ethics similar to doctors and lawyers?
- Will the environment lose out to the economy in 2009?
- Will the Obama administration improve the state of the world in 2009?
What do you think?