WVIA, The Institute for Public Policy & Economic Development, and the Scranton Area Community Foundation release The Data Visualization Video Series
PITTSTON, Pa. – This past fall, WVIA in partnership with The Institute for Public Policy & Economic Development received a grant from the Robert H. Spitz Foundation through the Scranton Area Community Foundation to produce a series of videos to help explain critical issues in Northeastern Pennsylvania.
Titled The Data Visualization Video Series, the videos focus on three key areas: Workforce Development, Housing Inequality, and Child Abuse. The project creates compelling informational videos based on The Institute’s Data Indicators, condensing the reports into short 2–3-minute videos.
Links to the Data Visualization Video Series can be posted on organizations' websites or shared on social media platforms:
Data Visualization: Workforce
Data Visualization: Housing Inequality
Data Visualization: Child Abuse
To request still images or video excerpts from the Data Visualization Video Series please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Scranton Area Community Foundation
Scranton Area Community Foundation is on a mission to enhance the quality of life for all people in Northeastern Pennsylvania through the development of organized philanthropy. A public 501c3 community foundation, the Scranton Area Community Foundation serves as a steward, a grantmaker, a charitable resource, and a catalyst for change.
As a steward and Grantmaker, we manage more than 200 charitable funds established by philanthropic individuals in our community and have granted more than $18 million to assist the educational, human service, environmental, civic, and arts and cultural organizations in Northeastern Pennsylvania. We also manage assets of more than $31 million through two private foundations, the Northeastern Pennsylvania Health Care Foundation and the Robert H. Spitz Foundation.
About The Institute for Public Policy & Economic Development
The Institute is an economic research and applied research and consulting group that provides customized client solutions and strategies to facilitate decision-making and planning that enhances growth, impact, and sustainability for organizations.
WVIA is the PBS and NPR affiliate serving over 22 counties in northeastern and central Pennsylvania. For over 50 years WVIA has been committed to serving the people by offering informational, educational, and entertaining content that enriches and expands viewpoints and serves as a catalyst for positive change. WVIA television channels include WVIA TV, WVIA PBS Kids 24/7, and WVIA Create. WVIA’s radio channels include WVIA Radio, WVIA HD2, and the Chiaroscuro Channel. WVIA’s programs can also be found streaming live and on-demand on wvia.org and the WVIA app.
WVIA educates, inspires, entertains, and fosters citizenship, diverse cultures, and perspectives to nurture community.