Voice Of The Youth Network www.voty.org

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  • What ‘C’ stands for has been widely debated: it encompasses connectivity, creativity, communities, channels, content & much more In total it defines an audience whose interests & behaviour are expressed across the technologically progressive backdrop of MySpace, Flickr, Nokia, gaming & much more We’re going to explore this world & discover how 5 can fit within it
  • What ‘C’ stands for has been widely debated: it encompasses connectivity, creativity, communities, channels, content & much more In total it defines an audience whose interests & behaviour are expressed across the technologically progressive backdrop of MySpace, Flickr, Nokia, gaming & much more We’re going to explore this world & discover how 5 can fit within it
  • Voice Of The Youth Network www.voty.org

    1. 1. Cfor…..
    2. 2. Content CreatorsConnectedCo-creationCustomiseCommunityCuriousControl ‘C’
    3. 3. “The spread of digital technology has exploded the number of videomoviemakers, bloggers & bedroom musicians. Suddenly were allpoets & publishers. Are we witnessing a creative renaissance?” Idealog
    4. 4. 5 THINGS TO KNOWABOUT GEN C1. They love creating and ‘mashing’ content2. They are not passive, they form ‘active communities’3. They thrive on social media sites where they can get involved in ideas and cultural conversations4. They’re in control of their own lives and are happy with complexity5. Gen C aspire to work in more creative industries with less rigid social structures
    5. 5. MYTH: Gen C is exclusively teenagers
    6. 6. THEY’RE DIGITAL STORYTELLERS CONSTANTLY CAPTURING AND SHARING THEIR LIVES 80% of wired Pinoy under 21 havejoined a social networking site Source: Universal McCann Global study on social media trends April 2008
    7. 7. And crave constantstimulation……there is NO OFFSWITCH
    8. 8. THEY’RE WORLD IS BASED ON CONTINUOUS PARTIAL ATTENTION
    9. 9. WITH HUNDREDS OF DIGITAL ACRONYMS TO KEEP THEM OCCUPIED Widgets DV cam UGCiPod HD Wiki Nokia Blogs Chat PSP Sidekick / CGI Facebook rooms Apps HiptopUSB MySpace iTunes Avatar Online profiles s Wii Torrent File sharing IM AV remixes MMORPGs Camera phones TwitterMP3 YouTube Skype iMovie VOIP WiFi Mash-ups Flickr Xbox iPhone L8R ;-) Facebook
    10. 10. AS THEY TREAT CONTENT AS COLLABORATIVE AND RECOMBINANThe ‘Control C Generation ’
    11. 11. VOICE OF THE YOUTHVoice of the Youth 19NETWORK  A powerful new force engaging youth in national development, Voice of the Youth Network provides young people with:  inspiration to make a difference,  information to realize their potential,  involvement where their voice counts,  action oppor tunities where they translate their ideas into reality , and;  connection to a nationwide and worldwide community -- to take it national and global.
    12. 12. Our Vision:  A nation in which young people, empowered learners, join together to bridge social, economic and technological divides; where young and old work hand in hand to dismantle cultural and geographical barriers; shaping, exploring and expressing lives rich with meaningful and fulfilling experiences.
    13. 13. Our Purpose:  To inspire young people to follow their dreams.  To inform young people about the wealth of opportunities that surrounds them.  To involve young people in online and offline communities where members & mentors contribute to, and  Gain from the Voice of the Youth experience while fostering a sense of national, global awareness,
    14. 14. We Encourage: Having fun, teamwork, commitment, idea sharing, local community initiatives, understanding, self- expression, support networks, diverse perspectives, cross- cultural understanding, connecting people and ideas.
    15. 15. Our Principles:  The personal growth of an individual in a team environment is integral to the creation of positive national change.  The ideas and beliefs of all people are equally valuable in the process of positive change, and are to be respected.  The potential for youth to affect positive change is enormous.  The best time to take initiative is NOW!
    16. 16. What is Voice of theYouth Network?  A Network of youth, organizations, mentors, and initiatives working towards common goals  A Community of young people who are making a dif ference locally and globally  An Enabler for ideas to grow and change to take place  A Resource of oppor tunities  A Platform for expression  A Forum for par ticipation  A Concept that revolves around:
    17. 17. VOTY RADIO
    18. 18. VOTY TV
    19. 19. KABATAAN NIGHT
    20. 20. ENTRANCE EXAM REVIEW
    21. 21. TREE PLANTING
    22. 22. TEAM BUILDING
    23. 23. VOTY TV GUESTING
    24. 24. VOTY TV GUESTING
    25. 25. NEWSPAPER FEATURES
    26. 26. NEWSPAPER FEATURES
    27. 27. WHAT IS?
    28. 28. VOICEWORX! Voice Acting andDubbing Workshop
    29. 29. SOCIETY OFYOUNG VOICEARTISTS OF THEPHILIPPINES
    30. 30. MALAYSIA
    31. 31. SINGAPORE
    32. 32. MYANMAR
    33. 33. HONGKONG
    34. 34. JAPAN
    35. 35. KOREA
    36. 36. THAILAND
    37. 37. AUSTRALIA
    38. 38. INDONESIA
    39. 39. D U.S.A.
    40. 40. FELIPE GOZONOF GMA 7
    41. 41. GABY LOPEZ OF ABS-CBN
    42. 42. FERNANDO ZOBEL DE
    43. 43. DOLPHY
    44. 44. JOLINAMAGDANGAL
    45. 45. MIKE ENRIQUEZ AND VICKY MORALES
    46. 46. HILARIO DAVIDE
    47. 47. SEC. JESLI LAPUS OF DEP ED
    48. 48. MIKE VELARDE
    49. 49. AIMEE MARCOS
    50. 50. SEN. EDGARDO ANGARA
    51. 51. MIKE DEFENSOR
    52. 52. MIGS ZUBIRI
    53. 53. JOKER ARROYO
    54. 54. PING LACSON
    55. 55. JOHN OSMENA
    56. 56. TESSIE AQUINO-ORETA
    57. 57. PETER CAYETANO
    58. 58. KIKO PANGILINAN
    59. 59. CHIZ ESCUDERO
    60. 60. ADEL TAMANO
    61. 61. BONG BONG MARCOS
    62. 62. NERIC ACOSTA
    63. 63. GILBERT REMULLA
    64. 64. HERBERT BAUTISTA
    65. 65. RAUL ROCO
    66. 66. MAYOR JOJO BINAY
    67. 67. EDDIE VILLANUEVA
    68. 68. BAYANI FERNANDO
    69. 69. RICHARD GORDON
    70. 70. RICHARD GORDON ANDBAYANI FERNANDO
    71. 71. EDU MANZANO
    72. 72. GIBO TEODORO
    73. 73. LOREN LEGARDA
    74. 74. FIRST FILIPINO WHO WAS AWARDED INWASHINGTON D.C., U.S.A. BY THEINTERNATIONAL YOUTH FOUNDATION
    75. 75. YOUNGEST ENTREPRENEUR FROM BATAANWHO WAS AWARDED BY THE PRESIDENT OFTHE PHILIPPINES
    76. 76. MOTTO:THE GREATESTABILITY IN THIS WORLD IS:AVAILABILITY
    77. 77. MOTTO:JUST BELIEVE IN YOURSELF THEN YOU CAN DO EVERYTHING!
    78. 78. ADD US: Pocholo GonzalesCreatiVoices Productions
    79. 79. CONTACT USWWW.POCHOLOGONZALES.COMWWW.VOTY.ORG
    80. 80. THANK YOU VERYMUCH!

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