There have been some conversations about the need for producing professional looking Monero videos. Some videos have been produced from volunteers within the Monero community and from organizers or participants of events where a Monero developer has spoken but more are needed. Here is some existing audio and visual content produced by volunteers:
For technical users, the most informative educational content is provided by the papers written by Monero Research Lab mathematicians.
While donations can be made directly to those who produce videos, use of the Forum Funding System is highly encouraged. Community consensus seems to indicate a focus on producing more content after the release of the official GUI at which time Monero will be more welcoming to newcomers without technical backgrounds.
There are many aspects to community education, this Stack Exchange site being a prime example that required a large amount of community support. So far only Bitcoin, Ethereum and Monero have been able to successfully meet the requirements of proposing and launching a SE site. No amount of money can purchase the educational materials provided on Monero SE.
Unfortunately, we no longer offer a subscription service or license the software to host Stack Exchange sites. Stack Exchange sites can only be created via the community-driven process at Area 51. We offer neither "white-label" services, nor the ability to bypass Area 51 to create sites through partnerships.
Monero community members are encouraged to help produce educational materials such as user guides and additional Moneropedia entries. So far most content has been created by volunteers but usage of the Forum Funding System has gradually increased over time and I expect that trend to continue.