Churches are natural producers of content. And like most audiences, congregants expect polished production values and easy to digest program segments. Producing effective and engaging programming is similar to creating broadcast programming. It requires scripting, cameras, sets, etc. While those elements are the most visible parts of production, it’s the media foundation that facilitates post-production, editing, and packaging of the final programming that makes church content shareable online and across social channels.
Churches have rich archives in which they want to easily access, search, retrieve and use in their programming.
The media foundation for an efficient church media operation needs to be able to manage a large volume of content, collaborators and formats.
Production and post-production teams need shared, but managed access to content using the tools they prefer.
EditShare is an open platform that connects your production and post-production workflows with simple-to-use tools to collaborate, manage and store your media.
The Potter’s House in Texas, Bellevue Baptist in Tennessee, World Changers Church International in Georgia, and Hillsong Church in Australia use EditShare for their media foundation.
According to Carey Nieuwhof trends in 2021, the number of people participating in the mission who are not in the building on a Sunday will surpass the number of people participating in the mission inside the building.
According to NRB, 67% of weekly churchgoers consume some form of christian media regularly while 141 Million Americans watch or listen to christian broadcasting every month from 4000+ combined active radio and television stations across the US.