Do you ever feel your attention span is getting shorter and shorter? Too much to read and see? Life is just too harried to absorb the information you want to learn? Well, welcome VideoJug.com, life explained on film in a quick digestible manner. It is a website that contains professional prepared films explaining life.
With offices in London, Spain, and Los Angeles, California, production will be split fifty- fifty UK/US. You can click the Edition Tab and choose US, UK, or International.
According to the website, “VideoJug hosts one of the world’s largest, most all-encompassing libraries of factual content online. Our professionally-produced, high definition video content covers every conceivable topic and delivers the definitive online “encyclopedia of life”. The content is divided into a variety of formats that include informative “How To” and “Ask The Expert” films that take users, step-by-step through everything from the lighter, more welcome aspects of life (leisure, hobbies, beauty and style) to the more serious tribulations we all face in day-to-day life (health, legal, money, parenting).”
What makes it different than YouTube or Google Videos? “Over 95% of the videos currently on VideoJug are researched and produced by our in-house professional production teams enabling quality and value for our visitors. All user generated videos are subject to a review from our website editors before any video will be screened on VideoJug- therefore ensuring our promise of top quality factual content,” states Robert Reeve of VideoJug Corporation.
I was recently contacted by Reeves to preview their environmental section and help to get the word out about their website. On the environmental section, Ed Begley, Jr. of the television shows, “Living with Ed” and for those of you who remember “St. Elsewhere”, is featured on a few videos such as “Spreading the Word about Green Living” and “Using Green Power.” They are very informative and recommended viewing.
I like the features with Ed but my two favorites right now are “The Toilet Tank Trick” and “How to Save Energy at Home, Quick Guide.” Both are US based. (There is a Save Energy at Home UK version too.)