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Director & Choreographer, Gary Lloyd, said: “We are always getting requests from around the world to be part of this amazing show and play a part in keeping Michael Jackson’s legend alive. By...
Graham Coxon invited his fans to dance on camera. 85 of them from 22 countries sent him footage. And rather than simply cutting the clips together--the obvious, common, and mediocre choice--smart...
Pepsi recently signed on singer Beyonce as a brand ambassador, and one of their first initiatives is a crowdsourcing campaign to help create the intro video to Beyonce's Super Bowl halftime performance. Fifty fans will also be invited to perform as backup dancers during the show.
document Crowd Creativity, Crowdfunding
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In input-gathering public relations campaigns, amateurs truly are engaging the product in a small way, casting thousands or millions of votes to determine the product they will have an opportunity to purchase next. But this “engagement of the masses” in product development does not translate to real crowdsourcing activities. Really, those with specific interests or professional training are more likely to participate in crowdsourcing contests. These are not everyday people who pick up a video camera and try to produce a commercial.
GeniusRocket, the company that pioneered the “curated crowdsourcing” production model, recently paired audio electronics manufacturer Audio-Techinca with video production studio The DVI Group to produce a bass-heavy advertisement featuring dance sensation Marquese Scott.