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CLICKON Announced as a Finalist in The Drum Awards

CLICKON is thrilled to announce its nomination as a finalist in The Drum Awards, under the category: Content: Not-For-Profit, Charity, Government. 

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In collaboration with the Special Olympics, CLICKON unveiled “Unified Talks: Perspectives” a poignant episode in the Unified Talks series that delves deep into the lives and experiences of those benefiting from the Special Olympics’ global mission. This mission, which centers around promoting inclusivity, resonates powerfully with CLICKON’s ethos of authentic storytelling. 

The “Unified Talks” series, specifically the episode titled “Perspectives,” encapsulates this synergy. Filmed in Anchorage, Alaska, it showcases Service High School students Niobe and Maddy as they traverse the multifaceted concept of perspective. By delving into how diverse viewpoints can shape our beliefs and emotions, the episode accentuates the importance of inclusive friendships, teamwork, and leadership.

CLICKON’s nomination as a finalist in the awards is a testament to its commitment to excellence in the fields of content creation and storytelling and underscores our dedication to producing exceptional content that truly makes a difference. With a jury comprised of industry experts, the selection process prioritizes clear strategic thinking, creativity and innovation, and tangible results and outcomes. The “Unified Talks” series exemplifies these criteria yielding content that not only resonates but also drives impactful results including a 72% surge in website traffic for in Q4 2022, compared to the corresponding period in 2021. Beyond its remarkable viewer engagement across multiple platforms, the series has resonated deeply with its audience, with a significant increase in website traffic, and widespread engagement across platforms like Meta, TikTok, and YouTube.


– Jilayne Lovejoy, Executive Producer, CLICKON
– Walker Higgins, Director, CLICKON
– Niki Eisgruber, Producer, CLICKON
– Carter Oakley, Director of Photography
– Max Bayarsky, Second Camera

To see more of our work with Special Olympics, click here.