Wellesley Media launches “You’re not special” (unless you win the) video submission contest
Wellesley Media Corp., whose video of the David McCullough, Jr. “You’re not special” Wellesley High School Commencement speech went viral on the Internet (1 million+ views) after our posting of the speech itself went viral, is taking advantage of all the excitement to launch a video submission contest.
“In response to Wellesley High School’s commencement-speech-gone-viral,” Wellesley Media Corp. is offering a $500 prize, one-of-a-kind trophy and special television broadcast of the winning video submission in August.
”Simply demonstrate in two minutes or less why you ARE, in fact, SPECIAL. Show us what separates you from the pack. Display your special talents. Showcase your skills! The Most Special video will be determined by our Facebook Friends who will vote by “liking” each video. The video with the most “likes” by the submission deadline WINS!”
1. Videos must be under two minutes in length.
2. All video files must be under 2GB in size.
3. You must be a Facebook friend and Twitter follower of the Wellesley Media Corporation to submit a video.
4. Nothing profane, pornographic, or otherwise deemed “inappropriate” by Wellesley Media staff will be considered.
2. We recommend using the file sharing site www.filemail.com
. This site will let you send files up to 2GB for free.
3. All videos must be submitted by July 15th, 2012.
4. The finalists will be posted on our Facebook page by July 20th
5. The winner will be determined on August 1st
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