Storytelling is at the heart of what we do. Our hands-on training workshops, high quality media production services and creative consultancy will bring your organisation's stories to life and build your relationship with new and existing audiences.
Our hands-on workshops will introduce you to social media, podcast and video production and creative techniques, building your confidence and giving you practical knowhow that you can put into practice straight away.
We produce broadcast-quality audio features, podcasts, videos and audio slideshows, working closely with our clients at every stage from developing the concept to delivering the final product.
The Social Media Exchange on Monday 27th January got off to a lively start with 150 delegates joining in a singalong of “Don’t stop me now” led by Jessie Maryon Davies, a musician who conducts choirs such as Woven Gold. Everyone was keen to learn from the best digital storytellers in the media and charity sectors how to make the most of the opportunities provided by digital and social media.
We’re delighted to have produced a new booklet ‘How we can bring our stories to life – a guide for charities’. It was written for our Social Media Exchange event in January 2014, a training day where charity staff and media professionals explored how best to find, capture and share stories. The guide is full […]
Enhance your digital storytelling and start 2014 with fresh ideas, new skills and inspiration. sounddelivery are delighted to announce the Social Media Exchange, a series of bitesized interactive masterclasses, practical creative surgeries and networking opportunities to help charities navigate the changing media landscape – both on and offline – and exploit the opportunities available to tell your [… –
This year’s London Advice Conference, organised by advice UK, Citizens Advice, Law Centres Federation and Lasa; hosted by Clifford Chance and funded by London Councils, sounddelivery was employed as a social reporter to capture interviews with key speakers and delegates and create a highlights report of the day.
The Museum of London invited young people, journalists, youth workers, heritage professionals and academics to come together for a seminar on how museums could respond to the riots of 2011 and involve young people in their future programming. We were commissioned to create this audio slideshow to summarise the discussion.