July 2, 2015

Periscope for Nonprofits: A Quick Guide & Review

by Caroline Avakian

Live streaming has been thrust into the limelight recently with the release of Periscope — a free mobile app that allows any user to live stream from wherever they are. The whole concept of Periscope is to virtually place you somewhere in the world you would never be if it weren’t for the app. Even as a nonprofit techie, I tend … Continue reading

July 16, 2013

Adding mobile to your video & content mix

by Guest

Looking at integrating mobile into your video and content strategy? Check out our list of five things to keep in mind courtesy of See3 CEO Michael Hoffman. Continue reading

July 8, 2013

5 nonprofits using Instagram video

by Guest

Since Instagram launched its new video service in late June, which nonprofits are using the new 15-second video feature to tell their stories in a new way? Here are five good examples. Continue reading

May 22, 2013

What nonprofits can learn from public radio about storytelling

by Guest

Photo courtesy of CubaGallery via Creative Commons Should your organization incorporate audio into your digital communications toolkit? Guest post by Will Coley Producer-Founder, Aquifer Media If nonprofits want to learn how to create content that both engages audiences and creates devoted supporters, we need look no further than the gold standard offered each day by public radio. Think about it: Radio … Continue reading

May 1, 2013

Media innovations from Europe coming to Stanford

by JD Lasica

A work by Elina Brotherus included in the exhibit, “Ars Fennica: Finnish Art Now.” Overseas projects to focus on mobile, data, journalism On Monday I’ll be heading to Stanford University to help judge News Pioneers: Media innovations from Europe. The participating teams are in different stages in their projects or start-ups. A few already have a working product and a … Continue reading