(PRWEB) September 28, 2011
Now in the midst of this the political season, the nation’s four main political parties – Conservative, Liberal, Labour and Green – have been voicing their opinions and sharing their views to their party’s membership through the platform of the party political conference. Cities such as Birmingham, Liverpool and Manchester have been the epicentre of political activity with keynote speeches from party members, fringe meetings and in-depth hustings that explore and discuss the issues that dominate the UK political scene.
WinkBall.com, the UK’s no.1 video site, has been at the heart of the action throughout the political season and brought their revolutionary online video coverage to conference and given the public a unique stage to express themselves and have their say through the emotive power of online video.
Speaking to the public, party delegates and journalists in mass force, WinkBall has created a unique video snapshot of political opinion in Great Britain and conveyed its story through the medium of video. With this wide and far reaching coverage, WinkBall have delivered an extensive and varied spectrum of political opinion that paints a distinctive and insightful portrait of UK political opinion.
So far WinkBall have spoken to a number of key politicians the likes of the coalition’s Business Secretary Vince Cable MP, Liberal Democrat peer Lord Ashdown, Labour MP – and London’s Mayoral candidate against Boris Johnson – Ken Livingstone and Green London mayoral candidate Jenny Jones AM (London Assembly Member). They are just a few of the many delegates WinkBall have given the opportunity to speak on behalf of their party and furthermore tap into the constantly evolving power of social media.
Commenting on the current issues that are prevalent within the state, delegates remarked about the many problems that face the country at the moment, which include the economy, social equality and issues of fairness. Former Liberal Democrat Leader Sir Menzies Campbell MP stated that, currently, “The core issue for any politician at the moment is the economy. We’ve got to restore economic stability.”
WinkBall’s video coverage of the conference season so far has given a deep and valuable insight into the world of UK politics and its coverage has gone straight and deep to the core values and issues which dominate.
Already having covered the Green and Liberal Democrat Party Conferences, WinkBall are currently in Liverpool for the Labour Party Conference where party leader Ed Miliband’s speech was undoubtedly a huge topic for discussion. And of course, WinkBall will be in Manchester for the forthcoming Conservative Party Conference; the final political hustings of this the party political season. WinkBall’s video work will once again demonstrate itself as the video voice of the nation and tell a unique story of UK politics through the exciting medium of video.
To see WinkBall’s latest coverage of the Labour Party Conference in Liverpool, which includes party reactions to leader Ed Miliband’s speech, go to the following link:
And to see all of WinkBall’s political coverage so far and its future coverage of the Conservative Party Conference, go to the following link:
Notes to Editors:
WinkBall is the British video network that specialises in capturing the public’s passion at events - as they happen - and providing vox-pop and video services to clients worldwide.
Now the UK’s no. 1 video website, WinkBall’s interactive Video Walls, Blogs, Forums and Messaging technologies create the ultimate online presence by engaging with the people who truly matter. This provides a dynamic, mass media, social and participatory experience to connect with the public and targeted communities. Services include vox-pop creation, consumer interviewing, market research, event coverage, video reporter hire, and business and product videos.
Featured on the BBC, CNN, CNBC, Sky News and many more, WinkBall were also nominated finalists in the PR Week Awards 2010 and the CIPR Excellence Awards, 2010.
The technology was designed and built in London in 2005 as a quintessentially British collaboration between academic inventiveness (Goldsmiths, University of London) and commercial endeavour. Co-founded by Dr James Ohene-Djan and Duncan Barclay and launched 18 months ago, WinkBall.com has had nearly 35 million hits (about 1.25 million regular viewers per month) and has a growth rate of 25% per month.
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