I was pleased to find another choral musician publicizing information about YouTube performances of choral music.
Jack Senzig, director of the Gifford Children’s Choir of Racine, WI, has been a choral director for 20+ years and he's trying to provide a useful service for my professional colleagues. He has created a site called the ChoirBragBlog and one of the purposes is to explore the practice of choral performances on YouTube.
He has a message to the publishers of choral music:
Note to publishers: This is meant to be a boon to your industry. If you find any of your copyrighted materials on this site and object feel free to contact me and I will remove them. If you want to promote videos of your copyrighted works you may submit two links to the Promoted Video page. Composers and copyright holders that direct their own ensembles are welcome to post to the regular topical pages.
Recently, Jack has started to publish his findings after contacting different publishers. He's published reports from GIA, Concordia, and Chorister's Guild.
David has explored this issue before on ChoralNet . . . Look here.
Keep it up, Jack!