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MediaStorm Celebrates 10 Years

A lot happened in 2005. A seismic shift was underway. YouTube launched. Major newspapers were at the precipice of a decline in revenue, which would fall by over 50% in the next ten years. In my little corner of the world a dream was taking shape. I had spent 10 years working for MSNBC.com and [...]

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Worth Watching #144: Raimundo A. Sobrinho

“Dynamite. Everyone has something to give.”  - Brian Storm See what else we think is Worth Watching.

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Worth Watching #143: The Role of Arts & Culture in an Open Society

“The power of art to impact culture in important and positive ways. Thank you Open Society Foundations for your courageous and ongoing support.  - Brian Storm See what else we think is Worth Watching.

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Subscription Access to MediaStorm’s Publication Now Available


We believe that quality storytelling can change the way you see the world. That’s why we help the world’s finest filmmakers and photographers tell stories that matter with the depth they deserve. These stories make up the MediaStorm’s Publication – a destination for long-form video journalism and cutting-edge film. Today, we are proud to announce [...]

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MediaStorm Welcomes Editor and Producer Ligaiya Romero


MediaStorm is excited to announce that summer intern Ligaiya Romero will permanently join our staff as an editor and producer. G. Ligaiya Romero is a visual journalist and documentary storyteller. Originally from New York, she graduated from UCLA with dual degrees in Film Production and International Development. She studied documentary photography and multimedia production at the [...]

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