|Source: DogooderTV Web site|
As you might already know, YouTube provides internet surfers with all kinds of random videos. It's probably the only place where you can find video clips of last night's tv shows, a home video of a youth baseball game, and a video of a shrimp on a treadmill-- all within a few clicks of each other. Yes, that last clip is available and the original posting was viewed over one million times! Anyway, several nonprofits looking to explore new ways to promote themselves have uploaded videos on YouTube. The problem lies in the clutter. Videos from nonprofits get mixed in with the aforementioned videos, and reaching the target audience becomes a challenge.
Enter See3 Communications and their new Web site: www.Dogooder.tv. DogooderTV provides nonprofits with a platform to post up to 100MB of video online for free. If an organization wishes to post more, they can do so for a small fee.