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Adhaf Soueif reports from Tahrir Square

Author and journalist Adhaf Soueif reports from Tahrir Square reports on Feb. 3.
Living revolution: The sights, sounds and hopes of Egypt.

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Taking the Inner Activist

| April 13, 2012

Going viral

going viral can do wonders for an campaign

Getting the word out online takes more than a strong campaign. It means creating something entertaining, catchy, relatable and succinct. Going viral means that a video, a recording, a blog, a hashtag, a facebook group or an image has become so popular online that it enters the everyday conscientiousness of the masses. For example, videos of demonstrators holding flash mobs can go viral and be reported on by news outlets. Not only does a video like that show that a lot of people are active and interested in the issue, it's entertaining. This guide will cover:

 

Design


Building hype


Starting over

 

Design

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Krystalline Kraus

Activist Communique: Video! Stills! Staging! Interactive ecoSanity workshop

| July 27, 2011
Krystalline Kraus

Activist Communique: Call out for new documentary -- 'People with disabilities and police brutality'

| June 26, 2011

Avidemux

Avidemux is a free and open source video editor. The software program has been designed for multi-purpose video editing and processing. Avidemux can be used for simple tasks including: cutting, encoding, and filtering.

Avidemux is available for use on Linux, BSD, Mac OS X, and Microsoft Windows operating systems.

 

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'Majestic Plastic Bag' mockumentary supports bag ban

An environmental organization, Heal the Bay, launched a new video campaign narrated by Academy Award-winner Jeremy Irons to generate support for a bill before the California legislature which will ban single-use plastic bags, limit distribution of paper bags and encourage the use of reusable bags.

Citizen Media Rendez-Vous Montreal

Monday, August 23, 2010 - 12:00am - 6:00pm

Location

Palais des congrès de Montréal
201 Avenue Viger Est,
Montreal, QC H2Z 1X7‎
Canada
45° 30' 18.5616" N, 73° 33' 39.2004" W

CitizenShift, Parole citoyenne, the Institut du nouveau monde (INM), Media@McGill, Alternatives and Communautique invite bloggers, engaged filmmakers, photographers, citizen journalists, media experts, independent media practitioners and others to the second Citizen Media Rendez-Vous on Monday, August 23, 2010 at the Palais des congrès de Montréal.

This international event begins at 8:30 a.m. and runs until 6:00 p.m., with networking sessions, two panel discussions, a Cinema Politica Rendez-Vous screening room and a multimedia exhibit of posters from 40 years of social movements in Québec related to media.

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