Lubetkin Global Communications has launched a Kickstarter.com project to solicit crowd-funding for its popular series of historical lecture videos produced for the Center for World War II Studies and Conflict Resolution at Brookdale Community College.
The firm has produced this video explaining the project and how interested parties can help.
“We’ve been producing these videos for nearly three years now, and we’re committed to the quality of the content and the production,” said Steve Lubetkin, managing partner. “For us to sustain that effort, we are hoping to tap into popular interest in preserving the World War II era’s stories and exploits in video form.”
The Kickstarter project allows members of the public and corporations or organizations to pledge financial support for the production of videos in the 2012-2013 series. Supporters are only charged for their pledge if the project reaches its $25,000 funding goal by Friday, September 28. Pledges at the $25 level and above receive a range of rewards for their support, and donors at the highest levels of $1,000 and $5,000 will be recognized with on-screen credit in the videos.
Videos in the lecture series are archived on the Lubetkin Communications website.
This item was featured in the Bulldog Reporter’s ‘Daily Dog newsletter on August 31, 2012.