GAP has taken the initiative to convey its core message of strengthening whistleblower rights to the public in new and emerging technological ways. Besides keeping our supporters informed of important information via our newsletter materials, email, and social media sites, GAP strives to connect with the public through several forms of multimedia.
GAP has begun to develop videos documenting our Client Stories, highlighting the plights of prominent GAP clients and the ways in which GAP has assisted them.
Often as an addendum to our Daily Whistleblower News service or blog postings, GAP staff provide quick news analyses with video Opinions on breaking news or the day’s hot topics related to our program areas.
GAP also produces its own Advocacy Videos for the purposes of educating members of the media or public about a questionable situation. These pieces also include videos of GAP events, such as conferences, lectures, or panel presentations.
From July 2008 to July 2011, GAP produced its own television program, Whistle Where You Work, which aired on a national satellite network, as well as on over 70 community stations across the United States and in parts of Europe. Most episodes featurde a one-on-one interview with a prominent whistleblower detailing their story, and a panel discussion with nonprofit/media experts on a topic related to whistleblowing, free speech, civil liberties, or general public interest issues. The complete series is available online and can be accessed here.