European Commission on YouTube

Even the European Commission wants to be seen on YouTube. In June it launched its own channel on YouTube, called – you guessed it – EU Tube.

“This initiative reflects the Commission’s commitment to better explain its policies and actions on issues which concern citizens across the EU – such as climate change, energy or immigration”, explained Margot Wallström, the Commission’s Vice-President for Institutional Relations and Communication Strategy.

Users can watch approximately 50 video clips on a wide-range of topics. Among the most viewed are clips from European films – mostly highly erotic sequences – serving as advertisements for MEDIA, the EU audiovisual support programme.

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