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Videos and Webinars

“… and I believe that good journalism, good television, can make our world a better place!”

Christiane Amanpour, CNN Anchor

Are you aware that lots of organisations are now moving towards video press releases instead of emails, which may get ignored?
How would you like to know how to make a video from start to finish? We run a popular one-week workshop, covering visual story telling theory, shooting sequences and editing with professional software. 

This highly practical, creative workshop will help you develop better video content for your website, social media and internal communications. It includes creating strategic content, through to being a competent mobile video journalist.

Our sessions incorporate video production, storyboarding, script-writing, presenting and filming, as well as how to get the best out of a range of apps and tools, such as smartphone accessories and Facebook Live. It shows participants how to have a positive impact in framing ideas and shooting and editing content, even with minimal presentation experience or technical skill.

Be a better video communicator with improved editorialand filming skills

This interactive workshop will help you:

  • Identify how video fits your communications
  • Construct an effective piece quickly – avoiding only “talking heads”
  • Storyboarding and an effective process to determine good content for you.
  • Better use of notes, scripts or autoprompt
  • How to be a stronger “on camera” communicator – look confident, be brief, be clear
  • Impactful non-verbal communication; using your hands, eye contact, posture and clothing
  • Shooting effective and engaging content using smartphone and tablets
  • Look for more creative approaches to camerawork
  • Use your own camera equipment more effectively – small accessories to make big differences
  • Future economies – how create regular, fast-turnaround video items which pack a punch.

AU Watch Webinars

A webinar with Dr Feyi Ogunade, CEO of AU Watch and Professor L.P.O. Lumumba, monograph, People Power Movements and African Human Rights: Is Africa Capable of Creating an Effective Legal Framework

This webinar is scheduled for Thursday, July 12, 2020 at 12 p.m. GMT

How would you like to know how to make a video from start to finish? We run a popular one-week workshop, covering visual story telling theory, shooting sequences and editing with professional software. 

This highly practical, creative workshop will help you develop better video content for your website, social media and internal communications. It includes creating strategic content, through to being a competent mobile video journalist.

Webinar Summary
International human rights law did not come into existence top-down, out of the benevolent intentions of states, even though states eventually began to recognize that large-scale human rights abuses could pose a threat to the international order. Rather, it came into existence from the bottom-up efforts of ordinary people in civil society to ally with each other in solidarity and demand their rights, often through organized nonviolent campaigns and movements that pressured elites and powerholders to recognize individual rights (freedom for slaves, women’s rights, labour rights, and children’s rights, to name a few). Unlike international law generally, the real source of international human rights law has been the coordinated, organized and non-violent forceful efforts of individuals—in other words, what one can refer to as people power. This webinar will discuss the relationship between people power movements and international human rights and how civil resistance campaigns can further strengthen human rights law.

Want To Know How To Boost Your Webinars With Videos

TIPS & BEST PRACTICES

Learn how to transform your webinars, with video.

When creating webinars, along with your business goals there is aways another goal, one which many companies don’t measure, even if they should: engagement.

Truly great webinars successfully engage their audience. Running thousands and thousands of webinars over the years, our data shows that when using videos in webinars, engagement grows and the dreaded ‘death by PowerPoint’ is avoided. 

Some people might think that just because they’ve presented their PowerPoint of Keynote slides in a webinar, they have made the most out of it. But that is not entirely true.

Join this on-demand webinar to learn:

  1. How to utilize video in different parts of your webinar.
  2. How to leverage live and pre recorded video in your webinars.
  3. How to increase engagement by embeddeding video in your presentations.
  4. How producing great webinars which include video can easily be done by using standard desktop tools.

Watch the webinar today and learn how to turn your webinars into engaging experiences, with video.

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Key Information

Learn all about using video in webinars and better engaging your audience. Get tips on leveraging both live and pre recorded videos in your webinars and presentations. All of this with standard desktop tools!