Discussion in 'Advocacy Action Alerts' started by Andy, May 18, 2018.
This sounds positive...20 second sound bites though ...very tricky to get it all in that short time ...think a list of normal activities that are restricted might work eg showering , talking to friends etc? Or possibly the symptoms other than “tiredness”
The ME Association are highlighting the call for videos for the Sky One series What's Up TV
From the ME Association:
Can you help? We need short video clips for a Sky One series ‘What’s up TV’ that will campaign for M.E. | 25 May 2018
Following a very successful ME Awareness Week, Sky One have been in touch and want to champion M.E. as a campaign for their series ‘What’s Up TV’.
This is another terrific opportunity for you to tell the wider world just how M.E. affects your life and to raise any issues you feel are important.
Robyn Beaumont, a researcher for the programme, explains what is required below.
She has also sent two of their previous campaigns so that you can judge for yourself how well they have approached other medical topics.
The deadline for videos is Friday 1st June. Sorry it is so tight. It couldn’t be helped.
“I am a researcher on a Sky One programme called What’s Up TV. We are an arts and culture magazine show with a reach of 100,000 households, and we have a young demographic of 16-25.
“Every series we pick a campaign – this is generally a cause we feel deserves more attention – and this series our campaign is M.E....
Read the rest at:
Very impressive result of ME Awareness Week! The key thing is to reach outside our own echo-chamber.
From the What's Up TV website
This Facebook post says, "Thanks for watching episode 1 of #whatsuptv. Here's some extra content that we filmed with @ARoachBridgeman chatting with lovely Emma aka @sleepy_comedian"
Very positive and warm portrayal. Great story!
Great to see this post too...
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