HOW TO: Launch a Broadcast “TV” Channel for Your Nonprofit

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Nonprofits will soon be broadcasting their own live TV programs to households around the world simply with a Ustream channel and a smartphone. The steps below will help you create a broadcast TV channel for your nonprofit on Ustream (see Stand Up To Cancer’s Channel ). When you are ready to broadcast, simply posts links to your “Show&# [see below] to your social networking communities. Facebook users do not need to download an App to view your live broadcasts.

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Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

started broadcasting myself at my desk typing, and posted an alert on twitter. This might have some potential for live broadcasting from a conference. Today I noticed that Ustream.Tv was in the nptech tag, so after a couple of hours of reviewing tagged items and summarizing them, I played with Ustream. I fired up my webcam. Two people, two fellow nptech colleagues, showed up in my chat room. They joked about my reading glasses, I gave them a tour of my bookshelf and tech toys.


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How to Broadcast Your Impact with Facebook Live

Connection Cafe

Facebook Live is a feature that lets any Page live-broadcast events, breaking news, interviews, and more. An excellent example of using Facebook Live to broadcast an existing activity is Dog Bless You’s puppy cam at the Warrior Canine Connection. How to Broadcast your Impact with Facebook Live. Live-broadcast moments of impact. For example, Best Friends Animal Society regularly broadcasts the arrival of new residents.

Beyond Broadcast: Wrap Up

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Flickr Photo by Geoffrey and used with permission. David Weinberger gave the wrap up at the end of the day. An outline of what he said is here. He made this point: But, participatory culture is changing the nature and topology of ours. It's ours in a different way. We can create works with strangers, with anonymous crowds, and in all the other ways we're inventing. This is a very different sense of ours. And it's not just that we can build Wikipedia or Flickr streams.

NetCentric Advocacy: YouTube - Broadcast Your Cause.

Network-Centric Advocacy

Home Green Media Toolshed Profile Twitter Shared Links Subscribe Archives « Smart Mobs » Blog Archive » Assignment Zero: Valuable Lessons | Main | A list worth reading: Convio Recognizes Winners of First Innovator Awards for Nonprofits » October 26, 2007 YouTube - Broadcast Your Cause. Link: YouTube - Broadcast Yourself. Comments YouTube - Broadcast Your Cause. Link: YouTube - Broadcast Yourself.

YouTube - Broadcast Yourself.

AFP Blog

YouTube - Broadcast Yourself. : "YouTube is an interactive worldwide community—there are a lot of ways to use the platform to inform people, get them to participate, and grow awareness of your organization

How the World Affairs Council Broadcasts Globally with Social Media

Tech Soup Blog

As part of Social Media September (#SocMedSep), we've been tapping into the wisdom of our global TechSoup and NetSquared communities as well as experts in nonprofit technology. The best thing about these community-driven events is that you end up learning a lot just by talking to other nonprofits and listening to their experiences.

Watch NTEN's Nonprofit Cloud Summit at Your Desk: Free Broadcast on Aug 29


We're excited to announce that our one-day Cloud Computing Summit on August 29 will be broadcast live from San Francisco to the entire NTEN community. Thanks to the generous support of Google, we're able to bring this livestream to you for free! > > Learn more and RSVP for free today. You'll gain the knowledge you need to analyze whether a transition to the Cloud makes sense for your organization.

HOW TO: Launch a Broadcast “TV” Channel for Your Nonprofit ? Nonprofit Tech 2.0 :: A Social Media Guide for Nonprofits

AFP Blog

HOW TO: Launch a Broadcast “TV” Channel for Your Nonprofit  Nonprofit Tech 2.0 :: A Social Media Guide for Nonprofits: "The current technology of live-streaming on the Web has been around for a few years, but only recently with the launch of smartphone Apps that convert phones into video cameras and social media integration, has the technology started to reach mass adoption by Web users (its up

Building a Resilient Nonprofit Organization Through Proactive Risk Management

Charity Village

Original Broadcast Date: Thursday, April 22, 2021. Summary: Nonprofit organizations continue to face a growing list of risks that have the potential to create significant disruption to operations, harm to brand and reputation, and financial losses.

State of the Sector, Part 2: Checking in on 2021

Charity Village

Original Broadcast Date: Thursday, April 8, 2021 Summary: This spring marks a full year since COVID-19 brought devastating impacts to our country and our sector.

Lincoln Savings Bank Selects 360factors’ Predict360 Risk and Compliance Intelligence Platform

360 Factors

Live Broadcast Starts: Home / Press Releases / Lincoln Savings Bank Selects 360factors’ Predict360 Risk and Compliance Intelligence Platform. -->. Lincoln Savings Bank Selects 360factors’ Predict360 Risk and Compliance Intelligence Platform. Press Release.

Background Checking 101: An Introduction to CharityVillage’s Screening Services for Canadian Nonprofits and Charities

Charity Village

Original Broadcast Date: Thursday, May 6, 2021 Summary: Come learn about the ins and outs of background checks with CharityVillage and ScreeningCanada!

[FREE WEBINAR] How to Host a Virtual Fundraising Event: A Step-by-Step Guide for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Technology you’ll need to broadcast videos, livestream or both. Date: Tuesday, February 9, 2021. Time: 1pm EST / 10am PST. Presented by: Christy Noel , VP of Digital Marketing Services at MobileCause. Cost: Free.

See What’s Out There » Blog Archive » The Calling


HBO, A&E, PBS… Danny has made moving and impactful broadcast documentaries for more than 15 years. But he keeps making those broadcast documentaries. Danny “plans to leverage the widespread appeal anticipated for this project with an innovative, multi-platform community engagement campaign designed to build audiences before the broadcast and extend the reach of the series into communities across the nation.&# to be broadcast in 2009 on PBS.

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Wild Apricot Blog : Case Study: Mamapreneurs on Growing Membership Site for Business Moms

Wild Apricot

NetCentric Advocacy: wONDERINGMIND42: LoneWolf Global warming

Network-Centric Advocacy

Link: YouTube - Broadcast Yourself. Link: YouTube - Broadcast Yourself. NetCentric Advocacy Advocacy Strategy for the Age of Connectivity. Home Green Media Toolshed Profile Twitter Shared Links Subscribe Archives « Screencast: RSS to Netvibes. Getting the sites to come to you. Main | Unions using Facebook | Planting Liberally » December 17, 2007 wONDERINGMIND42: LoneWolf Global warming SO what can 1 guy do on global warming?

NetCentric Advocacy: If the poorest and most abused peoples had a network would anyone watch?

Network-Centric Advocacy

Now The Hub is a network broadcast of the stories to the world. Now The Hub is a network broadcast of the stories to the world. NetCentric Advocacy Advocacy Strategy for the Age of Connectivity.

See What’s Out There » Blog Archive » YouTube Snubs Major Jewish Organization


Today they got this letter: YouTube Broadcast Yourself™ Thank you for taking the time to submit your application to the YouTube Nonprofit program.

Announcing… NonProfit Times TV!

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Live broadcasting via the Web has been around a couple years thanks to sites like , but the nonprofit sector has been slow to adopt this new technology… until recently. Stand Up To Cancer caught my attention a few weeks back, and now with the launch of Apple TV and Google TV we’re on the precipice of a new era in broadcast communications. The pilot originally aired on September 22 and future broadcasts will occur every two weeks.

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How to Move Your Nonprofit Forward During COVID-19 with Virtual Fundraising Events

Nonprofit Tech for Good

They can broadcast the video right from their laptop web camera. Services like ClickBid make it easy to broadcast videos (either live or pre-recorded) to your donors.

The Essential Tech Elements for Virtual Fundraising Events

Nonprofit Tech for Good

You’ll need a livestream platform for your virtual event if you are going to broadcast videos, live presentations, a combination of both, or if you want to pre-record a presentation but still make it appear live. By Christy Noel , Vice President of Digital Fundraising Services at MobileCause.

Social Media at the 2012 Olympics

NCE Social Media

Social media companies have forged partnerships with broadcasters bringing TV and the internet even closer. Facebook is crunching analyzing people post to Facebook about the games and they are broadcasting NBC’s video feeds. NBC, and other broadcasters, are posting live news to various social media sites. So if you follow NBC on Twitter or Facebook you’ll see the results of the games before the tape-delayed events are broadcast.

Video Rules: Getting Started With the New Facebook Live

Byte Technology

But now social media giant Facebook has put this exciting tool into the hands of anyone and everyone via their site, giving users the ability to broadcast videos to a worldwide audience with a couple button taps. Click on the “New Status” button at the top of the iOS or Android app, hit the live broadcast button, enter in a brief description and tap “Go Live.” For most of those on Facebook Live, a plan involves multiple broadcasts and, hopefully, returning views.

9 Lessons Learned from Hosting Virtual Fundraising Events

Nonprofit Tech for Good

You can add the phone number to the broadcast using a “lower third”. Add this as a segment in your broadcast and include this in your kickoff video (more on this later) so people know how to use the software.

Robert on the (Internet) radio

Robert Weiner

This Friday, October 16 at 1 pm Eastern time, Nonprofit Radio will be broadcasting a discussion with me, Tracy Kronzak of Bright Step Partners; Marc Baizman of the Salesforce Foundation; and Dahna Goldstein of Altum. We'll be talking about how people and processes can be the real culprits behind technology problems. Links to listen live or get a podcast are posted at [link]. Nonprofit Radio Panel. Best Practices IT Management Nonprofit Management Nonprofit Technology

How to Use Facebook Live to Raise Money

Connection Cafe

But did you know that Facebook now lets some nonprofits add a donate button to their Facebook Live broadcast ? If your nonprofit is based in the US, and your Facebook Page is verified, you can fundraise within a Facebook Live broadcast. For example, in this screenshot from Facebook, Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals can add a donate button feature to their Live broadcast. Feature donor stories in your broadcast. Link to your recent broadcast in your newsletter.

Brett Meyer on Getting Started With QR Codes for Nonprofit Organizations: NonProfit Times TV Interview


The latest broadcast of NonProfit Times TV includes a feature-lenght interview with NTEN's very own Brett Meyer. You can watch the entire broadcast for the latest from NPTV online here , and watch the in-depth interview with Brett about QR Codes below: Advocacy Community integrated campaigns integrated marketing Mobile mobile advocacy mobile campaigns qr codes Web Sites Communications


NCE Social Media

Livestreaming is a way to broadcast meetings and events across the internet in real time. Here is a video from NTEN of Maddie Grant interviewing Evonne Heyning about how livestreaming can benefit your organization’s communications and engagement. Maddie works at Socialfish and is someone who knows her stuff when it comes to social media and nonprofits. Evonne is a nonprofit executive who is an expert in livestreaming.

11 Tips to Get Your Nonprofit Live on Facebook

NonProfit Hub

This (relatively) new live broadcasting feature lets any person, brand, or nonprofit live-stream events, reveals, celebrations, and more. The Humane Society, The White House, the MET, and many smaller nonprofits are broadcasting news-as-it-happens, museum tours, and even feeding time for baby raccoons ! Hesitant about broadcasting your cause with Facebook Live? How long should we broadcast? The feeling will pass after a few broadcasts.

Ten Must-Follow Nonprofits on LinkedIn

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Public Broadcasting Service (PBS). Some nonprofits have thousands, tens of thousands, even hundreds of thousands of LinkedIn Company Page followers, and yet have not customized their page or posted a single update. LinkedIn Pages launched in 2010 and since then the company has slowly rolled out upgrades and new features.

How Nonprofits Can Use Behavioral Science to Engage Supporters on Social Media

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Social media campaigns that tap on the effects of social norms, which are further heightened by social media features that broadcast supporters’ actions to their social networks, are typically more effective than campaigns that do not.

Church Event Planning And Management Software


Mobile Suite also includes a helpful screencast tool called FundHub Live that you can broadcast to attendees during your event. Third, you can broadcast the Facebook Live livestream on your Facebook event page and via the video widget in your Qgiv events!

2012 Grassroots and Groundwork – Social Media for Social Impact in 30 Minutes a Day

Amy Sample Ward

Participants in this session will learn that through methods such as content planning and listening online, and that by interacting rather than broadcasting, they can accomplish an impressive amount in just 30 minutes a day. By using strategic methods, it’s possible to have maximum social media impact in minimal time.

What Nonprofits Can Learn from the House Dems’ Sit-in


Though the House Democrats' sit-in was an important moment in history, what really got our attention was how this sit-in was communicated and broadcasted around the country. The post What Nonprofits Can Learn from the House Dems’ Sit-in appeared first on The See3 Blog. mobile

Public Media At Risk

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

At the time, there was no continuing threat to cut funds for public broadcasting. It seems that every day there is a new attack on public broadcasting; the most recent coming from conservative provocateur, James O’Keefe, in an Ambush video of NPR fund raiser Ron Schiller, who quickly resigned for making inappropriate comments. But it is precisely when some are calling for cuts to public broadcasting that supporters should demand greater support for this vital resource.

Virtual Event Checklist-Your Quick Guide to Planning a Successful Virtual Event

Greater Giving

Creating a live broadcast virtual event may seem a bit daunting in the beginning, but our checklist walks you through all the most important steps like selecting a streaming platform, scriptwriting and editing, working with an audiovisual company, and selecting a host. Short on time?

Days of Service – Let’s Evolve the Vision

VQ Strategies

Because national days of service such as MLK Day and 9/11 Day of Service and Remembrance garner great media attention, organizations can leverage this spotlight on volunteerism to broadcast their mission and volunteer opportunities more widely.

Promoting Engagement With A Blog

Wild Apricot

It’s a question of broadcast versus engagement. Should your non-profit or member organization have a blog? A blog offers an opportunity for you to share information and connect with existing supporters as well as attracting new members, supporters, volunteers or donors.( read more ). blog Blogging member communication Non-profit Communications

29 Online Gift Stores That Benefit Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Public Broadcasting System. The National Retail Federation is projecting that the average American holiday shopper will spend on $738 this holiday season generating more than $602 billion in total sales. That’s a lot of consumer spending power that when spent consciously can help finance nonprofits and good causes worldwide.

Daily DoGooder: Welcome to Shelbyville Trailer


This timely documentary, broadcast on PBS on 5/24 at 10pm EDT (Check local listings), captures a small town in America¹s post-9/11 Bible Belt at a time when its demographics are rapidly changing with an influx of Latino Change the world, one video at a time.Welcome to Shelbyville Trailer | 3:28 BeCause Foundation.

YouTube calls for Video Volunteers to Help Nonprofits

Amy Sample Ward

The mission of YouTube’s Video Volunteers platform is to connect nonprofit organizations with skilled video makers who can help them broadcast their causes through video, reaching new audiences online and driving action around issues and projects that matter to them. There are lots of great organizations who need your help to broadcast thei cause and change the world.

6 Ideas for Using the Instagram Donation Sticker to Raise Money

Nonprofit Tech for Good

You can add a Donate button to your Facebook Live video to generate donations as you live broadcast, and the same goes for Instagram! Save your Instagram Live video to your Instagram Story Highlights so others can watch after the live stream broadcast ends and still contribute. By Julia Campbell , a social media and storytelling consultant for nonprofits and author of Storytelling in the Digital Age: A Guide for Nonprofits.

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