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Videocasting

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Using Videocasts with Nonprofits

We live in an increasingly visual world and video has become a powerful tool for communicating. Nonprofits can use video to advocate for constituents, to communicate about events, to train staff.

 

In most cases, you will want to create your own videos. But you may also be able to find useful video from one of the many video sharing sites online.

 

A good place to start if you want to look for video is with Marshall Kirkpatrick's advice on 11 different sites to find hot videos. He has an easy to use matrix of features to consider when looking for video and descriptions of with links to the 11 biggest sites.

 

Here's another guide to Online Video Sharing from Read/Write Web.

 

Here are other video resources:

 

Witness: See It. Film It. Change It.

Witness partners with human rights defenders teaching them how to record abuses and use video to create change.

 

Web-Based Video Editing Software

This Ideum post reviews several web-based video editing programs.

 

5 Free Online Video Editors

 

 

 


 

Video How To Resources

 

 

How to Create, Publish and Promote Your Online Video

 

Make Internet TV--a step-by-step guide

 

Filmmaking and Story-telling

 

How to Make YouTube Videos Look Great

 

10 Ways You Can Use YouTube to Promote Your Online Content

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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