Strategy. Stories. Syndication.
Green.TV is a worldwide, multi-channel production and publishing platform for environment, sustainability and clean-tech content – on mobile, online and on connected TV.
We create and distribute compelling stories using a combination of creative and innovative design, tech skills, motion graphics and video. As a result of our work at the centre of a global production and syndication network, we are able to offer unrivalled strategic insight into how and where audiences watch, share and react to video strories. Green.TV has created award-winning communications for many high-profile clients including WWF, Oxfam, Greenpeace, UNEP, Amnesty International, Sony, Apple, Vestas, Siemens, the European Commission and Alstom.
Green.TV now has a very powerful reach of more than 200 million users online, on mobile and on internet-ready TV. We have recently gone live on the Sony Entertainment Network as one of just 15 homepage channels across Europe, Latin America, the U.S., CIS and Canada.
A bit about our background: we launched in 2005 in partnership with the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP). We were among the first to see the power of video podcasts and mobile media to engage and influence big audiences. We’re constantly looking for new ways to get our video content seen by as many people as possible – because we believe the environment is as much our future as the digital technology tools that we use to communicate.
Some of the team helping to make GREEN.TV possible are:
Ade Thomas, our CEO and Founder;
Martin Atkin, our Editorial Director and former Media Director at WWF;
Hannah Harris, our Content & Syndication Manager – former Programme Manager at Fairtrade and New Business Development Manager at Mediae;
Lara Barbier, our Producer/Director – former Producer at Large Blue and worked in communications at UNEP’s TEEB programme.
Because we’re passionate about nature and the environment we’re keen to minimise our own impact on the planet. That’s why we follow the Code of Best Practices for Sustainable Filmmaking and the Code of Ethical Filmmaking. We’re also proud members of Filmmakers for Conservation (FFC) – you can find out more about their work at www.filmmakersforconservation.org
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