May 10, 2011
The Delaware Division of the Arts (DDA) is collaborating with Serviam Media, Inc., to feature the arts in ContentDelaware.org, a new website designed to showcase the state’s natural, cultural, civic and business amenities. The site promotes Delaware resources to both residents and visitors through high-quality streaming videos that highlight many different dimensions of life in Delaware.
The arts are the first resource area to be featured on the new website. The video series features introductions to more than two dozen Delaware arts organizations through interviews hosted by DDA Director Paul Weagraff. Organizations were selected for participation through a unique community-centered programming approach featuring a volunteer editorial advisory board made up of members from the Delaware community. A second series of short documentaries on 12 organizations that have had a profound impact on Delawareans and their communities will feature prominently on the new site. The initiative uses effective storytelling techniques and compelling visual footage to raise public awareness of the vibrant arts organizations and opportunities in Delaware.
All videos featured on ContentDelaware.org are available to participating organizations for posting on their own websites in what is envisioned as mutually beneficial reciprocation. To learn more, contact Delaware Division of the Arts Director Paul Weagraff, or Sharon Baker of Serviam Media, Inc.
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