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This week's round up of video comms looks at LGBTQ+ pride, the power of music and reconnecting with nature. For more from #CommunicateLens follow @Communicatemag on Twitter.

This thoughtful long-form documentary, created by Redwood BBDO in collaboration with Lipton and Peace One Day, features some of the biggest names in music as they share stories and reflections on racial inequality, both historically and in the past 12 months.

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This week's round up of video comms looks at LGBTQ+ pride, the power of music and reconnecting with nature. For more from #CommunicateLens follow @Communicatemag on Twitter.
This thoughtful long-form documentary, created by Redwood BBDO in collaboration with Lipton and Peace One Day, features some of the biggest names in music as they share stories and reflections on racial inequality, both historically and in the past 12 months.
Gong Communications has launched its Refugee Press Office to build on its corporate social responsibility initiatives and B Corp commitments. It will help refugee charities without professional comms support to communicate stories and campaigns more effectively.
This film from national marine conservation and campaigning charity, Surfers Against Sewage, used real stories to show the power of the ocean and encourage people to help take action against the climate emergency.
The Fan Relationship Index from transformation consultancy, The CLV Group, shows that the UK’s Big Six football clubs are missing out on up to £838m of revenue growth due to underutilising fan engagement. The report comes as UK clubs attempt to recover from the recent backlash against the proposed European Super League (ESL), which reduced trust in 37% of Big Six club football fans.
While many brands worry about whether to focus on live, virtual or hybrid events, creative comms agency, Top Banana, is looking at the benefits of virtual hybrid experience and the innovative online elements that can best replicate live audiences.
Luxury Scottish home and body care company, ARRAN Sense of Scotland, has launched a digital campaign highlighting its new brand purpose ‘to help people create meaningful connections with nature.’.
Digital asset management app, FotoWare, has released a world first feature enabling organisations to record usage rights of images. This will help brands to manage digital assets and avoid issues of consent or data privacy.
Over 39 million citizens in Nigeria use Twitter for communication, networking and information purposes. On 4 June the Nigerian government announced it was suspending Twitter’s operations, threatening the freedom of speech and businesses ability to communicate.