UnitedWeStand.com is our public affairs branch.
UnitedWeStand.org is our not-for-profit organization. We maintain a large collection of branded entities that focus on specific public & private sector projects.
UnitedWeStand.tv is our public media production company. We populate news, cultural programming, documentaries, short films, social media influencers, and in-house indie short films.
Breakthrough The Noise
With the collapse of social media and news outlets credibility, United We Stand has become the worlds most sought-after Free Agent!
Breakthrough events that shape history and shift the narrative have always been a part of the human experience. These changes may be sudden, gradual, disruptive or purposeful, but inevitably the landscape changes. Slow and predictable changes are generally met with ease of adoption with little to no fanfare. But disruptive change, brings uncertainty and creates power vacuum’s that become the catalyst that allow Nations and titans to rise or fall, shifts public sentiment, and most of all, has the power to divide or unite us all. When these conditions exist as they do today, public, corporate, political, national and global leaders always emerge, they define their platform, they fight their way into existence, they distinguish their brand and fight to be the uniting voice that controls the narrative.
Let UNITED WE STAND be your voice.
Digital Video & Broadcast TV
In many countries, digital video has overtaken broadcast TV.
- As in prior years, TV still reaches more consumers worldwide than any other content-based medium. Yet the share of internet users watching digital video now surpasses the share watching live TV in many parts of the world.
Trust in Media
US ranks last among 46 countries in trust in media, Reuters Institute report finds
Just 29% of people surveyed in the U.S. said they trust the news, compared to 45% in Canada and 54% in Brazil.
Different regions prioritize different devices—but there are national exceptions.
- As in prior years, time spent with PCs and tablets exceeded time spent with mobile devices in most European markets and the US.
- Conversely, mobile activities dominated daily media time across much of Asia-Pacific, and in Saudi Arabia, Turkey, and UAE. Yet several Asia-Pacific countries aligned with Europe in this respect; in Australia, Japan, and South Korea, for example, larger screens still claimed more time each day.
Percent of the population live in the Northern Hemisphere
The worlds population is over 8 Billion, with over 40million births this year alone
Combined, China and India have over 3 billion citizens
In general, public affairs have the potential to unite a nation if they are conducted in a thoughtful and inclusive way. When leaders communicate effectively and transparently with the public, and when citizens are given opportunities for meaningful participation in the political process, there is a greater chance that people will feel heard and valued. This can increase social cohesion and reduce divisions that may exist within a society. However, if public affairs are conducted in a polarizing or exclusive manner, they can exacerbate existing divisions and create greater societal conflict. Therefore, it is crucial that public affairs be conducted with a focus on unity, openness, and inclusivity if they are to serve as a unifying force in a nation.
Non-profit organizations can play a crucial role in uniting a nation by promoting social causes that bring people together irrespective of their race, religion, or socio-economic status. These organizations can work towards building a stronger sense of community and fostering national unity by encouraging volunteerism, organizing community-based events and programs, and advocating for social justice issues that affect all members of society. Non-profit organizations also provide a platform for people to come together and collaborate towards a shared goal, which can facilitate dialogue and understanding between diverse groups of people. Therefore, while non-profit organizations may not be able to single-handedly solve all the problems facing a nation, they can certainly contribute to creating a more cohesive and united society.
Public media has the potential to bring people together and promote a shared national identity. Through news, documentaries, and cultural programming, public media can inform citizens about current events, issues, and perspectives around the country. Additionally, public media can showcase diverse voices and perspectives that represent the interests and experiences of different groups in society. By promoting understanding and empathy, public media can serve as a unifying force that helps citizens connect with each other and their country. However, whether or not public media can actually unite a nation depends on a variety of factors, including the political climate, social tensions, and overall receptiveness of the population to the messages being communicated.
Three Pronged Approach
As our public affairs entity. We focus on relationships that have the potential to unite. We are cognizant that unification can be a driving force for or against any issue and leverage this complexity throughout government relations, corporate communications, issues management and corporate citizenship.
Non-profit organizations can play a crucial role in uniting nations by promoting social causes that bring people together irrespective of their race, religion, or socio-economic status. These organizations can work towards building a stronger sense of community and fostering international unity.
Through news, documentaries, and cultural programming, public media can inform citizens about current events, issues, and perspectives around the globe. By promoting understanding and empathy, public media can serve as a unifying force that helps citizens connect with each other and the world around them.
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