CrossRiverWatch calls for volunteers and presents multimedia content
By Sylvia Akpan and Mary Bassey
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Digital Media Heavyweight in Cross River State, CrossRiverWatch called on aspiring or aspiring journalists across the state to sign up for his volunteer opportunity.
This was revealed in a press release signed by its editor, Mr. Jeremiah Archibong, said that as the world diversifies into multimedia, there is a need to follow the trend and rebrand its content.
Mr Archibong said it stemmed from a desire to engage and please the public.
He implored those interested to take advantage of the opportunity to complete the form below no later than April 30, 2022, of which only 15 slots are available for the first batch.
The press release reads in part “In line with our desire to continue to deliver solutions through our stories, we are renaming to ensure our content caters to all categories of audiences.
“We are in an era where the production of multimedia content is critical to audience engagement, which has informed our ongoing brand shift. Our content will no longer be just text or video or audio but all-in-one, ie multimedia.
“Each story will be a combination of text + podcasts + images and video + text + podcast + images, as you may have noticed since early April 2022. We have experimented with many new approaches to storytelling over the past two years . , we are now certain that it is time to take the game to the next level.
“Additionally, our 2022 Volunteer Cohort Program is open. The program aims to provide opportunities for aspiring or aspiring journalists. This batch will accommodate 15 participants and will subsequently increase in the future.
“Interested persons should complete the attached Google form no later than April 30, 2022 via the link provided below.”
Click here to participate.