About Us

Relocate.org maintains a library of more than 10,000 videos showcasing communities across the United States and Canada. Below, are descriptions of some of Relocate's unique products and programs.

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Community Video Network

Relocate.org houses the largest library of informational community videos in the United States. With a network of videos that includes Quality of Life overviews, messages from Mayors and municipal leaders, and education and health care reviews, Relocate.org's scope is unparalleled. Check it out! Find your hometown on the map; see if we've got your town covered!

Consumer Education Series

Relocate.org's Consumer Education Series is a toolkit for relocating – with helpful information on everything a family needs to make the big move. Notably, our "Local Services" series offers consumers powerful insights while connecting them with qualified service providers in their area.

Community Correspondents Series

Relocate.org works with local correspondents to provide updated community news and events along with Community Calendars. For more information on becoming a Community Correspondent, or on how you or your organization can get your content on Relocate.org for free, contact us at feedback@relocate.org or 1-800-398-3029 x250.

Submission guidelines

Relocate.org works with freelance writers, videographers, on-camera talent, and editors to provide great community content to our audiences. Below, you'll find some of the stuff we're looking for. If any of the fields interest you, contact us at feedback@relocate.org, and one of our producers will get back to you if they feel you are a good fit.

Articles

Relocate.org provides insights and information to persons relocating to different locales across the United States and Canada. In addition to information about particular communities we offer insights and advice to help assist movers – things like finding contractors and choosing schools. To submit an article please contact us at feedback@relocate.org.

  • upcoming events in your community
  • hometown heroes
  • economic development
  • quality of life

Videos

Our Community Correspondent campaign encourages on-camera talent to submit field reports from their area, highlighting their community, interviewing local leaders, and showcasing upcoming events. To become a Community Correspondent please contact us at feedback@relocate.org or 1-800-398-3029 x250, and point us to any relevant video content showcasing your previous work. Community Correspondents will need to have access to an approved camera for filming, and are typically tasked with assignments more often than our other freelance departments. The Community Correspondent position is a great opportunity to receive more on-camera experience along with exposure to a wide audience. While Relocate.org prefers Broadcast Journalism majors and persons with previous on-camera experience, these are not prerequisites to applying.

Video Criteria

Videos would fit much the same criteria outlined in articles. Please take the time to view videos from our site to familiarize yourself with the type of content that Relocate.org features. Videos must be less than 50 MB and/or 5 minutes in .avi, .mov, or .mpg format. Uploader must own copyrights for all images and visuals contained within.

Real Estate Professionals:

Become the voice of your community! We work with some of the largest real estate firms in the country to co-brand the Community Video Network to their specifications; complete with custom colors and logos, customized icons and windows, all graphically branded to feel like you are still on their home page. Again, always free!

If you think your brokerage or organization might be a candidate for our branded program, please contact email us at partners@relocate.org.