The Brilliant Britain project aims to increase the reach and impact of projects funded by the Big Lottery Fund and communities throughout the UK by giving them access to unique TV - via its Community Channel, online and news distribution platforms and programmes to tell their stories, showcase their impact and share learning.Projects funded by the Big Lottery Fund and communities will be able to access media training workshops across the UK and online media resources.Outreach Managers in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland will work closely with communities, key networks and organisations to identify projects to take part in workshops and help them create media content which will be featured on its Channel. Outreach Managers will be supported by The Media Trust's network of UK-wide volunteers, many of whom are media professionals. Beneficiaries will also be able to access Community Newswire, a service run in partnership with the Press Association to support the production and distribution of new stories. All programming and project activities will be branded under the strap line Do Something Positive, with audiences being driven to an online resource to sign up to the campaign and become more active in their own community. By registering, audiences will be able to access information on local volunteering opportunities and community projects, case studies and other online resources. This will be supported by a social media campaign via Twitter and Facebook. The Media Trust will run annual Community Champion competitions, inviting audiences to nominate people already active in supporting their local community. Annual content competitions will also be delivered, providing communities and projects funded by the Big Lottery Fund with the opportunity to have their stories aired on the Channel.