EngageMedia turns 15 and we thank those who have supported us all these years. We also thank the brave changemakers who fight for and defend our rights.
We look forward to having you on this journey with us, asking and answering some critical questions: Is using non-corporate social media a viable way to attract audiences and create impact? Can changemakers succeed without relying on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram? Let’s find out together.
In July 2015 more than thirty leaders in the Video for Change field gathered in Tepoztlán, Mexico, for the second global meeting of the Video4Change Network. The Video4Change Network is a global consortium of non-profits advancing the use of video and technology for social change.
In early 2013, the Open Documentary Lab and Center for Civic Media began a collaboration with EngageMedia and the video4change network to explore the impact of Video for Change; the innovative use of video towards advocacy aims.
In early 2013 the video4change network began a research project in collaboration with MIT’s Center for Civic Media and Open Documentary Lab to explore the impact of Video for Change, with a focus on the approaches prevalent in the network.
Kita baru satu dua bulan memasuki tahun 2013, namun EngageMedia sudah terjun dan memiliki kegiatan-kegiatan yang menarik. Jadi izinkan kami berbagi sedikit informasi seputar rencana EngageMedia untuk tahun 2013 kepada rekan-rekan sekalian. Kami sedang memulai beberapa kegiatan dan beberapa lagi akan menyusul.
In December 2012 I did a series of talks at the MIT Center for Civic Media and Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard. The talks delved into the work of EngageMedia and also the nature of citizen video, video4change and the Southeast Asia landscape. Video from two of the talks are linked to below.