RUBERY VILLAGE BROADCASTS ITSELF

This week has seen the launch of Rubery’s very own video-sharing website RuberyTube.
RuberyTube is packed with videos dating back to the 1950’s and has channels for Rubery, Nostalgia, Events, Colmers School and Waseley Hills High School.

It contains such media gems as The Two Ronnies advertising Austin Rover cars, Rubery’s Rick Price of Wizzard performing “I wish it could be Christmas every day”, the Lickey Hills Trams, MadStaff Productions and many more.

Users can import videos from Youtube and other video websites or upload videos directly, share them, rate them, comment on them and embed them in other social networks such as Facebook, Twitter and blogs.

The website was built by Andrew Inns of Rubery based Maximum Web Impact.

“I recently rebuilt Rubery’s community website with some new features such as ‘What’s on’ and ‘Find it in Rubery’ but wanted to include a few videos.” Andrew said. “I quickly realised that there were enough videos about Rubery already on the internet to create a website especially for them so RuberyTube was born out of that.”

RuberyTube can be accessed by visiting the community website at http://ruberyvillage.info and selecting RuberyTube from the main menu.

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