Multimedia StoryTelling

By the students of MCJ300 at The University of Southern Mississippi

H2O4K

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This is a website that has been featured on television and in magazines and even in some churches. What H2O4K actually is is a benefit campaign for Kenya that links with the missionary realm and the Multimedia Storytelling world to come together and have an impact on the world by reporting current situations in Kenya and the mission fields goals on how many wells are drilled and water being supplied to vast areas of the country.

This particular site tells current events, project updates and the over all mission in work along with the projects over all process. I love this misson field and i myself am very supportive and involved in this project. As an Advertising major i would project this site and overall getting this idea out into the mass media with blog entries and commercials and radio acts to really help widen the knowledge of this  program as a whole.

This video is the real Massmedia leg of the site and it is very well done. The only thing i would do differently is spread out the video among more sources like in advertising so more people could see it and get interested and even more importantly get involved!

http://www.410bridge.org/help-kenya/water-for-kenya/

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=Kq1-dTcNec4

This is the blog for the site and is super informative and a great way to keep up with the events and updates for the project.

http://410bridge.org/Blog/

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Written by laihapevey

September 5, 2012 at 9:30 pm

Posted in Uncategorized

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  1. As we discussed in class, the situation in Kenya is probably something some people are not that familiar with. So the format of multimedia can help draw people into a story they might not otherwise check out.

    bloggingmom67

    September 5, 2012 at 10:27 pm


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