A little more Content Creation & Collaboration please
Over 400 extras appear alongside Pharrell Williams in the 24hoursofhappy.com video, including several celebrities. What makes you listen to and watch it over and over again? ( … I’ve watched it for about an hour so far)
Pharrell’s ‘Happy’ is wonderful, I think http://t.co/R7WHFSLEN8. I hope you are all having good holidays. Thank you for our job. CM
… thats the exploratory nature of this content – Magic Johnson, Steve Carrell, Jamie Foxx and Jimmy Kimmel and many fantastic dancers. All of them hand off to one another as the song continues in a loop. Williams appears in the video 24 times, at the top of every hour, and then followed by 14 additional performances in the same hour. Now think for a second … what if this format could tell the story of your town instead of L.A ? Galway stepped up.
#IrelandInspires & The Wild Atlantic Way: Féile Pádraig 2014
Thousands of people have been featured in Kamil Krolaks video series and they have all been from Galway, yet inspired by the Content delivered by Pharrell Williams in the 24hoursofhappy.com video. A part of the success in this video content is that Kamil Films is supported by all the social media channels, engaging the local audiences, especially Galway Media & council. This ensures that those featured in the Videos are interactive and social media facing which is vital for audience engagement & extending networks.
Is this the Future of Video Content?
I think so.
Over the past number of years, I have worked with multinational Media companies, brands & startups on Content Strategy & Content creation. There is one thing that has always stayed true and that is that you need to be a great storyteller. Being a board member of Fahy productions in Ireland has showed me that great stories involve the audience, generate discussion and enable everybody to tell their stories. I plan to support the digitisation of these legacy stories that inspire the 70 million at home and abroad to come and explore Ireland.
I look forward to the next few years in this currently molten digital landscape. I aim to support local creators and artists in digitising their stories & working with thought leaders for the discovery points to encourage debate & discussion across each piece of content created.
We will offer hope, visibility and inspiration to everyone who has a story to tell. It could be about where they have come from and what the Wild Atlantic Way will mean for Sport, Home life, Arts, Education, Traditions, Business, Music, Food, Theatre & Technology. This series will be delivered as part of a multichannel (Facebook, Direct Mail, YouTube, GooglePlus, Vine, Twitter, LinkedIn) approach and will span the discovery points of the Wild Atlantic Way.