Bringing a PBS Featured Documentary to VOICE
Zoie Films and Studio Carlton teamed up to turn a film/video documentary into an engaging, interactive voice platform to showase the story of Victoria Woodhull, the first woman to campaign for US President. The PBS featured documentary, “America’s Victoria, Remembering Victoria Woodhull” has been given a new life as a multi-modal Alexa Skill.
We were excited to introduce “America’s Victoria” to the millions of Americans who own an Amazon Alexa device. Every month, Amazon reports that there are billions of clicks on Alexa content – and the audience grows larger every day!
We’re on top of Amazon’s multi-modal voice experiences and entered “America’s Victoria” into the Amazon Multi-Modal Challenge. We make it our priority to follow Amazon’s lead who is constantly updating the way voice experiences – Alexa Skills are presented on all Amazon devices, such as Echo Dot, Echo Show, FireTV and tablets.
Together, we created “America’s Victoria” interactive Alexa Skill – to showcase the increditable life of Victoria Woodhull, a rags to riches story that will truly inspire. Users can listen to excerpts of Woodhull’s firey speeches presented by actress Kate Capshaw, audio interviews from esteemed professors and feminist icon, Gloria Steinem. And, soon, we’ll be adding video clips. We also include a CTA to make it easy for users to purchase the full documentary on DVD straight from Amazon. Users can simply say, “Alexa, order America’s Victoria, Remembering Victoria Woodhull.
The “America’s Victoria” Alexa Skill leverages Amazon APL – Alexa Presentation Language to present vibrant visuals displayed perfectly across a variety of Amazon screen devices. Learn more!