- Motion Graphic Styles
- Industry Application
The client wanted to fight ignorance by informing its audience about various socio-political issues. They wanted to back the information with facts instead of opinions. So we produced a series of engaging animated video content. Learn more about Factspread's success story here.
The client wanted to use animated explainer videos for their security risk management training. As physical sessions can be tedious and not always possible, UN Women wanted to bring a change with their approach. Read more about UN Women's success story here.
NRPA wanted to talk about what public parks mean for different people and how the organization could help make the public parks a better place for the people. We produced a series of animated internal communication videos for them. Learn more about NRPA's success story here.
The Community Builders had a virtual launch event coming up. The objective was to talk about the company's values and vision in an easy-to-understand manner. So we produced whiteboard animation video taking the audience through a storytelling journey. Read more about TCB's success story.
A production-ready Screenplay, not just a script
We help you keep it short and crisp: What to cut? What not to cut? Plus provide instructions to the production teams to help you leverage the power of the medium: visuals, voiceover, captions, color and background. Show, tell and evoke emotions in harmony.
Industry leaders who believed in the idea of telling great stories to become one!
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Videos for non profits are short marketing videos to increase brand awareness, raise funds or non-profit advertising campaigns.
Yes, using fundraising videos help your audience learn about something goes a long way in letting them know that you’re here to help, and not sell.
To make a good non profit video start with:-
1. Setting your goals
2. Brainstorm with your team
3. Pick the style you want
5. Start shooting
6. Make edits
7. Promote the video
Ideally, we recommend keeping the length of the video to up to 60 seconds. However, the ideal length will vary based on whom the video is aimed at and what it communicates.
Broadcast2World charges an extremely competitive price to make videos. The prices start from $4,000 USD for 60 seconds of video time, for a whiteboard animation.
It can take us anywhere between 4 to 6 weeks to produce an animation nonprofit video.
Ronda J. Williams
Senior Marketing Manager, Hub International
“It’s great working with you guys. Your videos are one of my favorite projects at Epicor. It is always a blast working on them.“
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