Dunkelbarger's YouTube problem

Yesterday in Slate, John Dickerson had an fascinating piece on the use of web videos by the (now-triumphant) Ned Lamont campaign.

So here's my my question: does Phil Dunkelbarger know that YouTube exists? And if so, why isn' he using it?

After all, Dunkelbarger dreams of playing Lamont to Steve Lynch's Lieberman in next month's Democratic primary. But he's also vowed to cap his spending at $50,000. Given D.'s goal and fiscal constraints, you'd think he'd be taking full advantage of viral video--but when I search YouTube for "Dunkelbarger," I get squat.

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