What’s Up TV Wants Your Voice for ME

Message from Invest in ME Research

Invest in ME Research has been contacted by a researcher on a Sky One programme called What’s Up TV – an arts and culture magazine show with a reach of 100,000 households, and with a young demographic of 16-25.

Every series they pick a campaign, this is generally a cause they feel deserves more attention, and this series their campaign is M.E.

As part of this campaign they are producing an item on M.E.

This item will give an introduction about M.E. to viewers – how it affects patients, and the challenges the community currently faces.

As part of this they wish to feature the voices of people who live with the condition – this would entail people sending in short videos (no more than 20 seconds) of individuals speaking about the condition and their life to camera.

Therefore, we are sharing this request to our supporters.

If you are able to share a very short video talking about your experience – how having M.E. has changed your life, the medical treatment and support made available, and the level awareness that you believe M.E. has – then these videos will be cut together and used as part of the item.

The videos should be as high quality as possible, but a webcam recording would be fine. They can be sent to this email address, preferably in MP4 form – Robyn@whatsuptv.co.uk

To summarise
– the experience of anyone who lives with M.E.
– under 20 seconds
– they would need them by Tuesday 29th May
– email to Robyn@whatsuptv.co.uk

Web site is https://www.whatsuptv.co.uk/