TechPresident.com today launched 10Questions.com, a user-generated presidential video debate, in association with the editorial board of The New York Times and MSNBC.com, and the co-sponsorship of more than forty web sites that span the political spectrum.
10Questions.com gives users the opportunity to submit online video questions addressed to the candidates through a variety of video platforms including YouTube, MySpace, Yahoo and Blip.tv by tagging their video with the word “10Questions.” The 10Questions site will then display those videos and enable the public to vote to determine the ten best submissions. At the end of four weeks, the top ten questions will be submitted to all the major candidates. The candidates will have four weeks to submit un-timed video responses to the questions. As those responses are posted, 10Question.com users will be given the opportunity to vote on whether the candidates have answered the questions to their satisfaction.
Users can vote on as many videos as they like, but may only submit one video; user submissions are due by November 14. The entire project will be
completed on December 31, 2007.
Originally posted on October 22, 2007 @ 1:48 pm