CameraOne is the news division of a nonprofit project called
The Public WebWorks, created in 1999 to broaden the public interest
community's presence on the multi-media web. There are four divisions
of the Public WebWorks project.
News and Advocacy Websites -- CameraOne
covers small business, or Brill's Content reports on the media,
CameraOne devotes itself to covering its own niche: activism
and public interest campaigns. This news site generates multi-media
stories that inform, inspire, all the while striving for credibility
and hewing to the highest journalistic standards for objectivity.
CameraOne's sister site, AdvocacyOne is home to the
work product, opinions and advocacy of the public interest community.
If a non profit advocacy group wants to get its word on the multi-media
web, AdvocacyOne is an excellent place to do so.
A Distribution Network -- Public
WebWorks Syndication gives nonprofits the ability to stream public
interest stories on their own websites at no cost. This service
should not be confused with traditional links, which frustrate users
by bouncing them to new websites. Instead, the Public WebWorks streaming
servers equipped with Real Networks technology permit website visitors
to seamlessly stream multi-media programming from any site participating
in the syndication program. Nonprofits can select from a broad array
of CameraOne news and AdvocacyOne presentations.
A Multi-Media Instruction Program
-- This project puts a special emphasis on capacity building. There
is nothing like hands-on learning, so The Public WebWorkshop teaches
nonprofit employees the fundamentals of putting audio, video and
slideshow stories on the web.