Think it’s ok to text and drive? - You’re dead wrong (Vids4Kids Contest 2014)
Teenage Survival - Vids4Kids Contest Details
|Contest theme:||"Think it’s OK to text and drive? - You’re dead wrong"|
|Entries accepted:||April 28, 2014 - May 25, 2014|
|Voting:||June 2, 2014 - June 22, 2014|
|Winner announced:||June 23, 2014|
|An important message regarding this year's contest theme: |
Our theme is "Think it’s OK to text and drive? - You’re dead wrong".
|Texting and driving is one of the deadliest combinations there are. Your entry should deliver a very clear message to put the phone out of reach while driving.|
Be copyright aware of the materials you are using to build your video. You must be able to demonstrate (by referencing the links that specify permissions and conditions of use in the YouTube description box of your video) that any photo, film clips, etc. as well as any music or sound clips that was not originally created is available for use under a Creative Commons License. If you have received specific permission from an individual that owns material you are using, you will need to be able to forward a copy of those permissions to RMC when you submit your entry.
You can use this theme as a slogan in your video itself, but the name of your video has to be something else.
Show us your creativity by creating a compelling YouTube video that is educational and/or promotes positive behaviours regarding "Think it’s OK to text and drive? - You’re dead wrong" in keeping with the principles of Teenage Survival
There are no restrictions regarding presentation, format or specific subject matter with the exception that it must be appropriate material for all viewing audiences, subscribe to the criteria as stated above and conform to YouTube's posting guidelines.
Videos can be funny or serious, real or animated. They should be a minimum of 30 seconds and a maximum of 3 minutes long. The floor is wide open for you to show your ingenuity and ability to both entertain and educate us. The best video will be chosen by popular vote from the public, so once your entry has been accepted, promote your video to your family and friends. Any person with a valid email address can register as a user to vote at Teenage Survival.
Registered users can preview the submitted entries ahead of time and will have their own private rating sheet. Personal ratings are only for the convenience of the User to assess each video as they watch them and will not be accessible to the public, nor will they affect the outcome of the actual voting. Registered users will be notified by email when new entries have been approved and also when the actual voting begins.
Each registered user can vote for up to 5 different entries per day, every day between June 2, 2014 - June 22, 2014
The entry with the most votes will win $5000 CDN, split 50/50 between the person/team that submitted the video and the registered school that was chosen and named on the entry.