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Demos - Making Your Media Matter 2008

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Active Voice

Active Voice is a non-profit media strategy team that works with many kinds of media - advocacy videos, documentaries, feature films, shorts - to put a human face on public policy. The Active Voice demo table will feature a powerpoint presentation of some of our past and upcoming campaigns, an exhibition of materials and resources from those campaigns, and information about our exciting new initiative, BEYOND THE CHOIR. Come discuss your project with us, and take our quiz to determine what kind of filmmaker you are!

Arts Engine Inc.

D.I.Y. Media | How the DIY movement is shaping social discourse in media.
Arts Engine, Inc. presents the "Do It Yourself" model of social issues shorts from the Media That Matters Film Festival and the focus collection GOOD FOOD: a collection of shorts on food and sustainability.

Media That Matters & GOOD FOOD: Bringing thought provoking bites of social media to youth, activists and filmmakers across the globe. Arts Engine, Inc. celebrates ten years of producing, promoting and exhibiting media for social change.

Arts Engine, Inc. supports, produces, and distributes independent media of consequence and promotes the use of independent media by advocates, educators and the general public. By fostering the production and use of independent film, video and new media, Arts Engine connects media makers and active audiences in order to spur critical consideration of pressing social issues. Arts Engine

Listen Up!

Listen Up! is a youth media network of over 130 member organizations across the world, including media arts centers, high schools, community based organizations and after school programs that work with youth and video. Since 1998, Listen Up! has been helping young producers create videos about their lives and communities, with their very own perspective and reflection on issues.

Listen Up!

Beyond Green, an international documentary film project, has launched across the globe! The project, made possible in partnership with Adobe Youth Voices global youth media initiative, will follow young filmmakers in eight countries--Armenia, Colombia, India, Kenya, Cuba, Brazil, Serbia, Thailand and the U.S.--as they explore the environments in which they live.

One World

OneWorld.net is an online hub for individuals & organizations that think beyond their own borders. OneWorld publishes U.S. and international perspectives on global issues gathered largely from our NGO partners around the world. In the United States, OneWorld also provides outreach and support to U.S.-based nonprofit organizations that share our global values and want to participate in our network.


Produced by American Documentary, Inc. and celebrating its 21st season on PBS in 2008, the award-winning P.O.V. series is the longest-running showcase on television to feature the work of America's best contemporary-issue independent filmmakers. P.O.V. has brought more than 250 documentaries to millions nationwide, and has a Webby Award-winning online series, P.O.V.'s Borders. Since 1988, P.O.V. has pioneered the art of presentation and outreach using independent nonfiction media to build new communities in conversation about today's most pressing social issues. More information about P.O.V is available at www.pbs.org/pov.

Stop by and meet P.O.V. staff and view selections from the P.O.V. film library, companion multimedia content, streaming video, interactive community features, and downloadable materials. There will also be a featured look at P.O.V.'s online series "Borders | American I.D." which asks users to think about America in a local and global context, asking the questions, "How do Americans see themselves, and how are Americans viewed around the world?" P.O.V. films are available to community based organizations and schools across the country. Let us show you how you can make the most of P.O.V. materials in your work.

See 3

All nonprofits have great stories to tell. But what will compel your best supporters to give their money and time? How do you use social media marketing channels to generate awareness, foster community, and reach new audiences? See3’s Daniel Hartman will make sure you are up on the latest online marketing and campaigning strategies, and offer solutions that a nonprofit organization can employ despite limited resources. He will show you examples of successful nonprofit video campaigns that resulted in measurable actions.

Combining expertise in video, web development, and online marketing, See3 creates compelling visual media and strategic campaigns that maximize exposure, strengthen connections, and produce results.

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