Tuesday, January 30, 2007

Splashcast: Nonprofits Using Videos for Social Change

Check out this Splashcast I made of short videos made by nonprofits & NGOs who are using the social web for social change.

You may not be able to see the Splashcast player in your feedreader and have to click through to the actually blog post. Oh, and you'll have to scroll down to see some of the text. I wrote a little too much for each screen. Whoops!

Marshall Kirkpatrick, who I know from NetSquared, now works for Splashcast and was nice enough to ask me to make one with a nonprofit theme for the Demo Conference. You can watch other Splashcasts here.


  1. Anonymous6:18 AM

    This is cool! Hmm .. can't see where you can grab code and republish ...

  2. I think if you click on Menu that you subscribe to the channel and then that gives you the code . . . I'll ask Marshall.

  3. Yup, that's right Britt! Just hit "subscribe" in the menu and (once you have a SplashCast account) you'll be asked if you'd like code for a new player to display the Have Fun Do Good channel or if you'd like to tune into this channel in an existing player that you've already put on your blog or website. I hope that lots of nonprofit people will find this useful for displaying multiple media items in a small space on the page and - most importantly - for maintaining ongoing relationships with supporters. Using SplashCast they can embed not one single media item your organization publishes on their webpage but a whole series of media items past, present and *future* (updates are pushed automatically to subscribed players!)

    Thanks for your participation Britt! I really appreaciate it.


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