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NetSquared DC Message Board › Innovations in video storytelling and nonprofit video outreach

Innovations in video storytelling and nonprofit video outreach

Martha D.
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Washington, DC
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Final panel in the series "Structuring a Strategy: Video for Change" is this Friday, Oct. 18th. The topic will focus on innovations in storytelling and nonprofit video outreach.

Chad Sisneros of The Humane Society of the United States will talk about how his organization has created an innovative and user-friendly video portal that makes it extremely easy for journalists to pick up and use HSUS footage: "A 30 second news story in a mid-level media market can mean 10s of 1000s of branding impressions."

Nick Ray of Kinetiscape Media will discuss new approaches to telling stories beyond the linear paradigm by sharing two interactive projects: One that uses space as the primary path to information, and another that links video to related content based on time and subject. He will also touch on some key concepts to think about when developing an interactive project for your organization.

Heidi Nel of FitzGibbon Media will share how she's worked on campaigns that have used free tools - like lnstagram – and how such tools are revolutionizing how we tell and share stories. By putting the power of content creation in the hands of supporters, nonprofits can leverage stories and technology to "win" on critical issues.

Jesse Achtenberg of New Media Mill will discuss live video streaming as used currently by nonprofits and potential future applications as streaming goes mobile. He will also touch on some exciting new distribution modes made possible by HTML 5 on the web.

The panel will be this Friday from 9:00-10:30am at Busboys and Poets on 14th and V, Washington, DC

Register here: https://vidstrategy.e...­

(We are unable to take tickets at the door.)

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