Our Most Popular 2012 YouTube Videos Reflected a Focus on Rebelde Journalism

Dec 28, 2012
2:35 pm

As we reach the end of 2012 and approach 500,000 YouTube views on our channel, we wanted to share a few of our most popular videos from this year. Our goal this year was to use video as a way to complement the stories we covered, and YouTube was the perfect vehicle for this.


Here are just a few of our most popular videos that we posted:

ABC’s WORK IT controversy got over 74,000 views in 2012.

The East Haven Taco Mayor got over 20,080 views.

The first time Penn State returned to the football field after the Jerry Sandusky scandal struck a chord with many. This video got over 18,000 views.

ESPN’s Rick Sutcliffe calling for the deportation of Melky Cabrera also got over 18,000 views.

The recent “Puerto Rican Temper” video from an ESPN broadcast was posted last Sunday, and it has already gotten over 12,000 views.