Online Video Awards: Partners - The 3rd Annual (2016)

  • Screen Queensland

    Screen Queensland

    Screen Queensland (SQ) supports a creative, innovative and successful screen industry through development and production investment; secures production to Queensland; and delivers an active screen culture across the state.

  • Brisbane Powerhouse

    Brisbane Powerhouse

    Brisbane Powerhouse is Queensland’s home for contemporary culture, a magnificent power station of the 1920s reborn as an arts centre on the Brisbane River. Over 700,000 visitors a year see 1250+ performances at Brisbane Powerhouse, with a year-round program featuring events across music, comedy, writers + ideas, dance, film, visual arts, digital arts, theatre and music theatre.

  • QUT Creative Industries

    QUT Creative Industries

    The Creative Industries Faculty at QUT is a highly sophisticated experimental zone for artists, designers, technologists and entrepreneurs to collaborate, learn and innovate. We have a passion to lead and inspire the creation of a sustainable, culturally rich, diverse future.

  • YouTube

    YouTube

    YouTube allows billions of people to discover, watch and share originally-created videos. YouTube provides a forum for people to connect, inform, and inspire others across the globe and acts as a distribution platform for original content creators and advertisers large and small.       Jehan Ratnatunga, an Aussie working out of YouTube LA, is the Patron of the Online Video Awards.        

  • ScreenPro

    ScreenPro

    ScreenPro.tv gives filmmakers tools to connect with audiences. In ScreenPro.tv, members have their own pages where they can list as many projects as they like.The weekly ScreenPro bulletin gets the word out on new projects, crowdfunding campaigns, the content creators, screenings and so on.

     

  • Vidcon

    Vidcon

    About VidCon VidCon owns and operates the world’s largest events for and about the online video community. Each VidCon assembles fans, veteran and amateur creators, working professionals, and industry thought-leaders who gather to celebrate the online video ecosystem. The original VidCon, now renamed VidCon US, was founded by Hank and John Green. Total attendance has grown from 1,400 in 2010 to over 26,000 in 2016. VidCon Europe and VidCon Australia will both debut in 2017.
    Programming for each VidCon event follows a three-track format, designed to appeal to everyone from the biggest media companies to the most passionate fans. The Industry Track features keynotes, fireside chats, seminars, and product demonstrations geared toward attendees working in the online video industry. The Creator Track serves attendees looking to make better content, grow their online presence, break into the industry, meet fellow creators, and learn the ins-and-outs of online video culture. The Community Track engages attendees interested in experiencing the online video culture through Q&As, discussions, concerts, interviews, movie nights, meet-ups, and much more.

  • Valleyarm Digital

    Valleyarm Digital

    Valleyarm Digital works directly with talent and brands to craft campaigns that cut-through. Functioning as a ‘Multi-Channel Network’, VA Digital leverages our accredited relationship with YouTube to achieve maximum revenue for video and audio content. We are the modern day publishers, creators & distributors of audio and video content; we strategically help monetise your content, across all digital platforms.

  • Live Lab

    Live Lab

    LiveLab is the commercial arm of Griffith Film School (GFS), the largest film school in Australia. It produces content for external clients, builds industry connections for students and embraces all avenues for screen production, especially online. LiveLab/GFS is supporting a new 9-part web-series set in Brisbane and is a key partner in Create Queensland, a unique collaboration with YouTube that aims to support existing Creators and nurture new YouTubers.

  • Audio Network

    Audio Network

  • JMC Academy

    JMC Academy

    JMC Academy is a higher education provider based in South Brisbane, nurturing the next generation of Brisbane’s creative minds. Students from all disciplines of the creative industries can graduate with diplomas or bachelor degrees in their chosen field whilst studying in the fully integrated academy.

  • Pozible

    Pozible

    Pozible is a crowdfunding platform and community-building tool for creative projects and ideas. It was developed to help people raise funds, realise their aspirations and make great things possible.
    Crowdfunding with Pozible is a way for motivated makers to access funding beyond ‘official’ channels by talking directly to switched on consumers, fans, peers and like-minded strangers. 

  • Changer Studios

    Changer Studios

    Changer is dedicated to the online video landscape.
    Our playground is Changer Studios in West End - part content studio meets content incubator - focused on creating the best possible, and sustainable online video content possible across brand and entertainment.

  • Brisbane Marketing

    Brisbane Marketing

    Brisbane Marketing is Brisbane’s greatest supporter. They are the driving force behind Brisbane’s growing reputation as a progressive and globally connected city. Brisbane Marketing is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Brisbane City Council and they aspire to be one of the world’s best economic development agencies.

  • Open Channel

    Open Channel

    Open Channel is Victoria’s independent screen industry skills centre.
    A not for profit, membership-based organisation, Open Channel connects emerging and early career filmmakers to professional practice through professional development, events and networking.
    They identify emerging talent, developing people and projects from across Victoria, including those from diverse Aboriginal language groups.