Bullying charity's online soap opera

Beatbullying has launched a soap opera on its dedicated YouTube channel, documenting every aspect of the charity's work.

The soap, Palace, a reference to 80s US soap Dallas, will cover everything the charity is involved in, from birthday parties to anti- bullying conferences. The charity plans to broadcast new episodes of the saga every couple of weeks.

"We wanted to give our stakeholders, funders and other people in the sector an insight into the whirlwind world of Beatbullying," said Emma-Jane Cross, the charity's chief executive.

Subscribers to the channel will be notified when new episodes of Palace are available. Beatbullying secured a channel on the video-sharing website last month (Third Sector, 21 November).

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