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Hughes Pictures presents
"My School is the Best Video Contest"
Subject: Why our school
is the best school!
5 minute informative video
on either DVD or VHS tape sent to Hughes
Pictures by March 21st 2007, winner
announced at State in April. Winner
gets a $1000 prize awarded to their
school program. The top 4 entries will
receive television air time on the Tulsa
Schools Television Network, and will
run on the Hughes Pictures website for
the year as streaming video. www.hughespictures.com
All DVD's and VHS tapes submitted for
the competition will become the property
of Hughes Pictures. This is NOT a competition
on what school is the best BUT a video,
showcasing your school and why you think
your school is the best. Entries to
be received by March 21:
|Hughes Pictures "Video Contest"
|2746 #B East Independence St
|Tulsa, OK 74110
RULES and GUIDELINES:
Any Oklahoma School can
participate. Judging will be on the
level and merit of the visual presentation
and information compiled, with consideration
to the grade level. Must be a student-produced
video, with student participation. Teachers/Coordinators
can advise and direct, but main content
must come from the students participating,
Presentation is everything.
|1. Story - must have a piece to
camera, an interview, and voice-over
general footage of events promoting
your school, and closing credits.
|2. No more than 4 different transitions
can be used (no limit to the number
of transitions, just the choice
|3. No more than 30 seconds of
credits at the end.
| 4. Royalty-free music only (for
background music). No commercial
music or video from other sources,
original footage only.
|5. Letter enclosed with video
submission containing following
|a. School, grade level, and department
|b. Name of Teacher/Coordinator
and all students involved
|c. Contact information of Teacher/Coordinator
|d. A release form allowing this
video to be played in public. TV
If on DVD it must be DVD-R,
no countdown at the head/beginning.
Video story must be EXACTLY 5 MINUTES
ONLY " for on air scheduling" with 10
seconds of black at the tail/end of
the video after the 5 min story. If
on VHS at least 8 seconds countdown
at the head/beginning of the tape, and
10 seconds of black at the tail/end
of tape. Video story MUST BE 5 MINUTES