In the fast-paced world of social media, video content continues to grow in popularity and we continue to see video functionality roll out across platforms. Recently, Facebook officially launched Facebook Stories, which are short, 20-second videos and photos that disappear after 24 hours. Although they’re gone in a flash, using tools like Stories in your organization’s social media may be a good way to get, and keep your audience’s attention; and many in our target audiences find them helpful.
The AIDS.gov project discusses the epidemic’s impact on youth on National Youth HIV & AIDS Awareness Day (#NYHAAD).
This post was originally posted from our project AIDS.gov on March 25, 2015. Written by Miguel Gomez, Director, AIDS.gov, and Senior Communications Advisor, Office of HIV/AIDS and Infectious Disease Policy, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services We are excited to announce the release of Positive Spin, a digital educational tool that uses the power … Continue reading “Positive Spin: New digital storytelling project encourages HIV prevention, testing, and treatment”
Through the Positive Spin project, AIDS.gov will use the power of digital storytelling to raise awareness about the HIV continuum of care.