Yesterday we noted that the Fox interview of Bill Clinton rolled across the vlogosphere and led the traffic race on YouTube.
Numerous posted clips from that Fox interview are still on YouTube. Apparently Foxy lawyers have abandoned all hope of protecting their copyright. Or maybe the marketers realize free publicity can be priceless.
Today the ripples widen from the original Clinton v. Wallace bout. Three of the eight most popular videos on YouTube Wednesday morning are reactions to the original interview. Now videos from MSNBC and C-Span have been pulled into the fray. The newer videos range from the senatorial spouse to Fox in self-congratulation. The vlogosphere loves a good brouhaha.