Monday, October 01, 2007
YouTube, Google Checkout Cater To Nonprofits | WebProNews: "Nonprofit organizations have, like everyone else, always been able to use YouTube for free. But a new arrangement will give them more exposure and an innovative way to get funds. The YouTube Nonprofit Program “will enable non-profits to create dedicated YouTube channels for themselves, making it even easier for people to find, watch, and engage with the organization’s video content,” stated Maryrose Dunton and Prem Ramaswami on the Official Google Blog."
KNME evolves to bring in new viewers and keep up with digital age : Local : Albuquerque Tribune: "And for a station that relies on financial contributions, it pays to realize that today's MySpace and YouTube addicts could be tomorrow's core viewers and potential donors. 'We're going to have a big problem if in 10 years they're the major philanthropists and we're not on their radar,' said Davis, who gained his PBS experience in Washington, D.C., and at Boston's renowned WGBH. 'We're sowing now to reap in a generation. 'My biggest fear is we're not going to be there when they're there.'"
MTV And CGI's 'Giving' Event: A Call To Action - News Story | Music, Celebrity, Artist News | MTV News
MTV And CGI's 'Giving' Event: A Call To Action - News Story | Music, Celebrity, Artist News | MTV News: "Young people have more power to make a change than any other time in history,' he said, citing technological advances such as the Web. The theme was echoed throughout the night. According to Clinton, community forums like MySpace and YouTube help like-minded young people come together far more easily than with previous generations. Shortly after his opening remarks, Clinton was joined onstage by his invited guests, whom he described as 'givers' — referencing his recently released book 'Giving' and the night's overarching message."