Recently, EPE posted on YouTube.com two promotional videos - one for Elvis: The Ultimate Film Collection (DVD set) and one for Christmas at Graceland 2006. EPE has now started up an official channel for Elvis videos on YouTube.com called Elvis Presley Central. Direct link: http://www.youtube.com/elvisvideo. The focus will be on Elvis Himselvis as we add Elvis performance videos and other Elvis material on a regular basis.
Elvis Presley Central debuted yesterday with Having Fun With Elvis In Burbank, the "funny reel" that is a bonus feature on the 2006 release Elvis: '68 Comeback Special - Deluxe Edition DVD. Next up on Elvis Presley Central will be a special music video for A Little Less Conversation, which Elvis Insiders are now having a "first look" at in the members-only area of their site.
We hope you will enjoy Elvis Presley Central and help make it a popular channel on YouTube.com by visiting often and telling all your friends about it. Your support could also help Elvis have a big hit video on YouTube from time to time. Elvis Presley Central is one of many new ways to take Elvis and his work to new audiences. We also hope it will be a source of enjoyment and pride for his existing fan base as well.
Official Elvis Channel On YouTube.ComJanuary 11, 2007 | Other Source:EPE - Elvis Presley Enterprises
joemin wrote on January 11, 2007
Excellent. I have just opened a youtube account.
Colonel wrote on January 11, 2007
I onder if the Elvis-videos that we already posted will be deleted ? Good idea, at least as long as they bring good videos, not stuff like the christmas-thing they have up there already.
Tigerman-GB wrote on January 11, 2007
It all looks very impresive, however I can do without a Santa impersonating Elvis, "It just don't impress me none."
elvis-finland wrote on January 11, 2007
I'm now member of channel too. hoping bit Elvis hit in Youtube, so why doesn't any TTWII or '68 Comeback performances are in that channel?
Lecelvis wrote on January 17, 2007
Hi. Next time you have an article regarding an internet site; why don't you make it a hyperlink so we can directly access the site? Just a thought