Citizens Address Their Three Big Issues to David Cameron at Conservative Party Conference 2010

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Citizen video reporters hit the streets of Birmingham to find out from voting public what three big issues David Cameron and the Conservatives must now focus on.

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Bringing their exciting and revolutionary citizen video coverage to a conclusive end,, the UK's number one video website are now in the final chapter of this the party political conference season in which they will have achieved their goal of creating the largest political online video survey. This weekend saw the Conservative Party Conference begin in Birmingham and with it a team of WinkBall citizen reporters took to the streets to find out from the people what they believe to be the three key issues the government must focus on.

With other 6,000 of the public electorate voicing their opinions already from around the country, WinkBall has provided the biggest and most groundbreaking stage for people to have their say and express their thoughts and opinions over the current political scene in Britain. With cuts, jobs, environment, crime and teaching just a few of the issues that surround the political climate now, thousands of the British public have had their say through the emotional power of online video thanks to

With the Conservative Party Conference, excitement, intrigue and even some controversy has undoubtedly been on the menu in Birmingham. With this, WinkBall reporters have also been speaking to the delegates of the party to find out their three key issues. WinkBall has given them their one shot to communicate to the nation's people and address to them what the key issues are that they as the party in power will be focusing on.

By WinkBall creating the largest online political video survey known to society, they have produced an exciting and insightful new portrait of UK politics with their citizen video coverage. One in which the man on the street and the average UK voter is allowed to express their views and tells the powers that be in politics what the real issues are that affect the common man.

WinkBall have tapped into a fresh realm of new media that excites the political parties. With their coverage of the Labour Party Conference, the Labour Party have used WinkBall interviews of Ed Balls MP and Deputy leader Harriet Harman on their website to address and engage a new nation of voters; Britain's youth.

To see a unique and exciting spectrum of UK politics, citizens interviewed at the Conservative Party Conference will see themselves added to the ever growing mega video wall of over 6,000 faces; The Conservative Party will also see the many faces of the party represented on individual walls and discover reactions from David Cameron's speech on Wednesday at

Notes to Editors:

About WinkBall is a free, web-based, personal video communication service, which allows anyone to record, send and share videos with friends and family - privately. Users can also create and post content to video blogs and video walls for public viewing on the web.

Video messages delivered by WinkBall can be accessed anywhere, anytime through a web browser. WinkBall is also used by brands and organisations to share video content, which users can actively choose to watch and share.

All messages sent through WinkBall are supported by targeted five-second advertisements, which are played at the end of video messages. WinkBall is safe, simple and fun and makes video the best way to communicate online.

Established in London in 2005, the WinkBall Project team has evolved to become a leading player in driving the future development of online communication. Since its public launch in 2009 it has become the UK’s number one video website and spearheads a new genre of citizen reporting.

For more information, please call WinkBall’s PR, Shout! Communications:
John                                    020 7240 7373
Or Catherine                        020 7240 7121

Or contact WinkBall direct:
info(at)winkball(dot)com                        020 8962 3030
Head of Press:
jennifer(at)winkball(dot)com            020 8962 3030


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