This searing minute-and-a-half long video will stun you, and move you to tears
NEW YORK (PRWEB) July 15, 2008
Among the winners was a little known Web video called "Children See, Children Do" from the organization Child Friendly Australia for the Best Awareness-Raising Web Video Category. "This searing minute-and-a-half long video will stun you, and move you to tears," said Jonathan Greenberg, CEO of Progressive Source Communications, which created the Awards. "When it comes to raising awareness about important issues, Web videos like this one are re-defining the world of communications."
The Progressive Source Awards are sponsored by Progressive Source Communications to provide a repository of best practices that can instruct and inspire progressive organizations everywhere. Two prizes were awarded in each of five categories. The Judges' Choice Awards were selected by a panel of eight distinguished professionals. The Most Popular Awards were voted on by the public on the Progressive Source Awards website.
Winners for the Judges' Choice Awards are: - Best Homepage: Natural Resources Defense Council, http://www.nrdc.org
- Best Microsite: Code Pink For Peace, http://www.dontbuybushswar.org
- Best Awareness-Raising Video: Child-Friendly Australia, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m25VjD0Uz9c
- Best Call-to-Action Video: Students for Sensible Drug Policy http://www.youtube.com/user/SSDP
- Best Fundraising Video: Invisible Children http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5OFvUfbsKAk
Winners for the Most Popular Awards are: - Best Homepage: Planned Parenthood http://www.plannedparenthood.org
- Best Microsite: Keep America Beautiful http://www.kabman.org/
- Best Call-to-Action Video: Climate Counts http://www.climatecounts.org/movies/movie_player_high2.html
- Best Awareness-Raising Video: The Hub http://hub.witness.org/en/node/2217
- Best Fundraising Video: American Civil Liberties Union http://www.aclu.planyourlegacy.org/legacychallenge-tow.php
Progressive Source Communications is a public interest digital marketing firm located in New York City. As described in the company's two-minute Web video, "It's About Change," at http://www.progressivesource.com, Progressive Source helps non-profits and progressive advocacy groups use the Internet to better convey and market their messages directly to members, funders and the public. Its CEO Jonathan Greenberg, formerly vice president of Fenton Communications, founded Gist Communications, one of Silicon Alley's earliest and most widely-distributed Internet content companies, in 1995.