Call for 2016 YouTube Contest Videos
Annapolis, MD; February 16, 2016 – ESA has begun accepting entries for the 2016 YouTube Your Entomology Video Contest. This contest gives ESA members the opportunity to showcase their talents and creativity through video.
All video entries will be judged by the Presidential Committee on YouTube Your Entomology, who will choose a winner and runner-up. The winner and the runner-up will each receive a “Stinger” award, as well as cash prizes of $400 for the winner, and $200 for the runner-up.
Videos will be rated on picture quality, sound quality, creativity, and entomological accuracy.
The rules for this year's contest are:
1. Maximum length of video is three minutes (3:00). Longer videos will be disqualified from the contest.
2. At least one producer of the video must be an ESA member.
3. The submitter must send the video to ESA using the (free) YouSendIt program or some other file-sharing tool, and then must contact the ESA office with: 1) video title, 2) brief video description, and 3) all producer's name(s).
4. Videos must be submitted by midnight (EST) Sunday, June 26, 2016.
All videos will be displayed on the ESA YouTube Channel.
All file formats that are compatible with YouTube will be accepted. To participate, send your video to Richard Levine at firstname.lastname@example.org via email or by using www.yousendit.com, www.dropbox.com, or by other means. If your video is already on YouTube, email the link to Richard.
The deadline is June 26, 2016.
If you have problems or questions, contact: Richard Levine, 301-731-4535, ext. 3009, or email@example.com.
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