Nonprofits are increasingly using online video to help raise money and spread the word about their work.
YouTube, the world's largest video-sharing site, has been helping fuel that growth by adding new features so nonprofits can produce and distribute videos cheaply and quickly. The tools can help you can edit videos, change music, add links, and stream live events online.
Learn how your nonprofit can take advantage of these tools on Tuesday, May 22, at noon U.S. Eastern time during a live online discussion.
Ramya Raghavan is the news and politics manager at YouTube. In that role, she oversees the organization's services for nonprofits.
Shumway Marshall is the online director for the American Foundation for Equal Rights, an organization that advocates making gay marriage legal. His organization recently streamed the debut of the play "8" through YouTube.
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