Despite InsiderAdvantage’s insistent belief that virtually nobody in America watched Obama’s “Victory” speech, let alone was the slightest bit impacted by the content of it, the hits just keep on coming!
3,230,756 views on YouTube in the one week that it’s lived (and lives on) at that one platform alone. Heck, give it another week and it’ll out-rate “Leave Britany Alone!”
Three days after Obama’s speech was broadcast on Big Old Static TV, Eleanor Clift make this rather astute (for a “traditional” media type) social media observation:
The cable commentators kept pounding away, but in another universe, the one inhabited by Obama’s base–the millennial generation–his Philadelphia speech became the most-viewed video on YouTube this week with almost 2.5 million hits so far. Maybe, just maybe, the cable critics and conservative pundits are talking to themselves.
Woe to the single planet dweller who neglects to make contact with a parallel universe. At some point, a parallel trajectory could very well shift. And run ”traditional” everything right off the road when it does.
The Obama “Victory” speech lives on here if you too might:
a.) Never have actually heard it yourself.
b.) Wish to put it on your MySpace page.
c.) Like to keep an eye on real numbers.