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in Filmmaking
on May 5, 2007

Via Talking Points Memo comes news of Qube, the right-wing answer to the lefty, politically correct, and conservative censoring website that is… YouTube?

From their front page mission statement:

Bit by bit the site is coming together. Building QubeTV in the public eye has been a both a joy and a challenge, a real chance to bring the American conservative movement together in one place – with all of you watching! Coming next: a continuation of the ongoing (and not always visible to the eye) tech improvements such as embeds and (duh!) categories, the simple basics we know you are looking for. On the creative side, as you can see conservatives are beginning to send us video that ranges from the serious (The Heritage Foundation and The Family Research Council) to satire (the original video to singer Patrick Henry’s It’s In the Koran), from breaking news (see The Pittsburgh-Tribune Review video of Tom DeLay taking on Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid) to old campaign commercials (see “How Mitch McConnell Got His Start.”) And yes, the crowd is showing up as well.

“If you build it they will come” went the famous line from the film Field of Dreams.

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