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10
Nov

Three Ways to Make Yourself Easy to Work With

Posted by | · · · · · · · | Business · Inspiration · Nonprofits · Storytelling

When I worked on staff at a nonprofit and had the budget to hire freelancers, my main goal was to work with people who made my life easier. I thought of that a lot when I started running my photography and video business full-time. I try to be very easy to […]

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03
Nov

What Your Nonprofit Needs to Know About Music Licensing

Posted by | · · · · · · | Audio & Music · Editing · Multimedia

I was recently editing a video project and my client asked to change the music in the video. She sent me songs by several popular artists. And, as I was drafting my email outlining the technicalities of music licensing, I figured sharing this information might help you out as well. […]

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22
Sep

Jobs Around the World: September 2016

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NOTE: Please don’t send your job applications to NGO Storytelling. We aggregate these postings as a service to you. To apply for a position, click the “Learn more about this job” link beneath each listing. Thanks! Communications Manager for the International Rescue Committee in Erbil, Iraqi Kurdistan Deadline: Nov. 13, 2016 […]

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11
Aug

Humanitarian Filmmaker Kate Lord on Involving Beneficiaries in the Filmmaking Process

Posted by | · · · · · · | Ethics

Kate Lord is a humanitarian filmmaker and photographer based in New York City. She started her career working for The Wall Street Journal as a photo editor and a multimedia producer at NBC Universal. She became a freelancer three years ago so that she could tell more uplifting stories. She […]

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11
Jan

Jobs Around the World: January 2014

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Communications Manager at International Rice Research Institute in Los Baños, Philippines Deadline: Jan. 31, 2014 To lead and supervise IRRI’s corporate communication and science communication functions. Assuring the quality, tone, and consistency of various communication products and stakeholder engagement efforts will be the primary responsibility of this role. Alongside the […]

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04
Oct

When the World is Your Target Audience

Posted by | · · · · · · · · · · · | Audio & Music · Editing · Photography · Video & Film · Writing

(Many of you come to NGOS looking for information on creating a regional communications strategy, so I tapped the expertise of my friend and former colleague Racine Tucker-Hamilton, who was gracious enough to write this guest post. Racine is the associate director of communications and editorial services at the Elizabeth […]

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03
Sep

Jobs Around the World: September 2013

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Communication Officer for Abraham Path Initiative in Jerusalem Actively pursue, collect & write stories for API publications Maintain API website with current info on the path and tour services Manage production of printed materials Assist in reporting and proposals as necessary Learn more. ——————– Director of Communication and Community Outreach […]

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26
Aug

3 Websites with Excellent and Legal Music for Videos

Posted by | · · · · · · | Audio & Music · Editing · Multimedia · Video & Film

I spend a lot of time researching music for videos that I produce, so I thought I’d share my top three websites for very good, license-free, legal and free (or cheap) music. Be sure to check that the songs you’re downloading are Creative Commons licensed in a way that matches […]

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01
Aug

Jobs Around the World: August 2013

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Digital Communications Coordinator at the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation in Washington, D.C. As a member of the Brand Management and Interactive Communications team the Coordinator, Digital Communication is responsible for increasing visibility of the Foundation’s efforts to eliminate pediatric AIDS through a variety of communication channels, including but not […]

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