AMS Community Callout Videos produced locally can be played nationally as part of the network’s backbone content (editorial programming) enabling “cultural and community postcards” from different locations across the country.

AMS Community Callout is a short video of between 5 – 8 minutes in duration that can be used to promote your local community and its people.  Whether it’s a video about storytelling, music, dance, craft or something more contemporary like a youth group showing off skateboarding tricks or hip hop dance, it provides a window into the life of local communities.

AMS Community Hero Videos enables AMS’s to offer people and/or organisations in their local community the chance to appear on a national network to showcase and inspire community  Whether it’s a local footy club helping to support local youth or social cooking classes for older people facing isolation, it’s all about sharing stories and helping others.

AMS’s can also invite others onto the AHTV network by featuring a story about an individual, group or organisation that helps to deliver positive change. AMS Community Hero videos can feature any sort of inspiring story to encourage others. Whether it’s a story about a local footy club helping young women keep fit or a local café that supports eating healthy.

At a duration of between 5-8 minutes they can only be played as part of network editorial programming content (national coverage) and cannot be geo-targeted.

Both AMS Community Callout and Community Hero videos are all about showcasing what’s going on in the local community. These clips are aired nationally to enable local stories to be shared across many communities.




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10-14 Waterloo Street
Surry Hills
NSW 2010

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