Producing video in-house at your organization isn’t as scary as it sounds. More than ever before, organizations are using video as their primary vehicle for communicating their issues and telling the stories of their cause while the tech becomes easier for laymen to use. That’s not to say that you don’t need at least one professionally produced video. You do. But organizations rarely have the budgets to hire pros to create every piece of video content. Creating your second-tier video content in-house is within reach.
How your nonprofit can capture the best stories on camera Target audience: Nonprofits, NGOs, cause organizations, social enterprises, brands, educators, video producers, Web publishers, storytellers, individuals. This is part 2 of a two-part series on video storytelling. Also see part 1: • How to find amazing, powerful stories for your nonprofit video By Lindsay […]
Guest post by Kristy Graves TechSoup Global Storytelling is one of the most powerful vehicles to convey your organization’s message. This month TechSoup Global and a number of digital media experts are helping the nonprofit community learn how to hone your storytelling chops. Starting Thursday, Jan. 13, join TechSoup’s Digital Storytelling Event. Participate in webinars, […]
Stupeflix. Stupeflix & Animoto offer new ways to tell a story Updated to remove RockYou, which has switched its business model to focus on games, and Slide, which closed up shop in March 2012. By Kim Bale Socialbrite staff In a world where we’re bombarded with 3,000 messages a day, it’s hard for nonprofits and […]
The importance of storytelling to nonprofits from JD Lasica on Vimeo. Expert gives tips on how to bring causes to life When it comes right down to it, nonprofits and public-benefit organizations have a hard time telling their own stories. They assume that the public shares their passion for the cause, and so they move […]