Clean Cities Videos
Use these Clean Cities video resources to reach out to the public and raise awareness about your Clean Cities coalition.
MotorWeek produces a series of Clean Cities success stories and feature-length segments for public television. You can show these segments to your stakeholders or put them on your website. Contact Sandra Loi for information about producing a success story in your area.
The Clean Cities YouTube channel is the educational media channel of the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Clean Cities program. You can use the channel to build support for your coalition, share training resources with stakeholders, and publicize your coalition's successes.
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You can contribute videos for the Clean Cities YouTube channel to share your coalition's successes. Learn how to produce videos for Clean Cities.
Embed Videos and Playlists
You can embed videos from the Clean Cities YouTube channel on your coalition's website or blog by clicking the "Share" button below a video. More options will appear to help you embed the video or share it via email or social networks. Learn more from the YouTube website about embedding videos.
To embed an entire playlist on your coalition's website or blog, make sure the "Share with playlist starting from" box is checked after you click the "Share" button.
Add Videos to Your Channel
If your coalition has a YouTube channel, you can add videos to your playlists from the Clean Cities YouTube channel by following these steps:
- Log in to your YouTube channel.
- Click the Video Manager button.
- Choose Playlists from the left navigation.
- Select the playlist where you want to add the video.
- Click the Add video by URL button.
- Paste the URL of a video from the Clean Cities YouTube channel.
- Click the Add button.