An invitation to young producers – “A Day in the Life of a Young Videographer” Video Contest
May 19, 2015
FAIRFAX, VA – The Turkish American TV launched on May 19, 2015, the first “A Day in the Life of a Young Videographer” video contest as part of celebrating the 10th anniversary of its media service in our community. Our aim is to motivate youth to engage with videography, audio-visual arts, and journalism.
Anyone born in 1996 or after is eligible to compete with an original 19 seconds video production. Videos that are up to 29 seconds long are acceptable.
The contest videos should be submitted by Midnight, Monday, May 25, 2015 using the online form on TATV web page http://turkishamericantv.org/video-contest-submission-form-19-may-2015
A panel of judges will choose up to 19 (nineteen) eligible videos. Chosen videos will receive TATV’s “Best Youth Video of 2015” Award and will be aired as a TATV special program. Winners will be presented a Certificate of Recognition in honor of their achievement.
You can review the summary of contest rules at:
The Official Rules and the submission guidelines is at http://bit.ly/1HcRMqC
For more information, please visit http://turkishamericantv.org
About Turkish American Television
Award winning Turkish-American Television is established in 2005 in Fairfax, Virginia. The Turkish-American TV shows are the longest-running Turkish TV program in the U.S. The latest program videos are at: http://vimeo.com/turkishamericantv
Turkish American TV programs are produced by all volunteer members from our community.
To learn more about the video contest, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org