Yes, substantive content does exist on YouTube.
Beyond the guitar-shredding cats, personal pleas to Justin Bieber and brouhahas in fast food parking lots, the true stories of West Virginia University’s academic heart and soul can be seen, heard and experienced on the world’s most popular video-sharing website.
This month, a New York-based awards institution has sifted through the cyber debris to celebrate six tales of academic achievement and graduate student life at WVU.
The Telly Awards honor the finest film and video productions by top advertising agencies, TV stations, cable companies, interactive agencies and corporations around the world. The 33rd Annual Telly awards honored WVU’s video stories for excellence from a field of nearly 11,000 and entries from all 50 states and five continents.
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