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DC Visions

Do you have a story to tell...

...either your own or someone else's? Do you have a burning desire to report issues and events that you know the world should hear but doesn't? Are you looking for information or opinions that you can't find through the mainstream media?

DC Visions and Video Exchange is an on-line media center offering video production resources to individuals and grassroots organizations. Our goal is to create an environment where independent video producers can collaborate with community activists who have stories, issues and causes that ought to be brought to light. If you have video or would like to produce video that honestly portrays Washington, DC and the surrounding region or is relevant to area residents, then we'd like to work with you.

DC Visions provides video production services to non-profits, community-based organizations and individual activists. If you have an issue you want the public to understand or a service you want the community to be aware of, we can help you get the word out through the creation and distribution of a PSA, digital story or video pod. Click on the video production SERVICES page for more information.

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DC Video Exchange also provides video production training and support to freelancers looking for video production opportunities and young people looking for a potential career. Our students gain experience through their own productions and by providing services to non-profits and community-based organizations at lower than industry rates. To get started, check out the suggestions on the video production TRAINING page.

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DC Visions and Video Exchange hosts and distributes independent videos and video podcasts produced by local media makers. Area artists, students, non-profits and other community-based organizations with video are encouraged to submit their work. We'll post it on the VIDEOS page along with links to festivals, distributors and funding opportunities.

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