YouTube Announces “1 For All” Contest Celebrating First Amendment

Sun, Jul 4, 2010

Frisky Misc

It’s appropriate during this Fourth of July weekend that YouTube would announce a first amendment contest called “1 For All,” which asks YouTubers to submit a 30 second video about the freedom to speak and assemble.

According to the contest, it is “a national nonpartisan program designed to build understanding and support for First Amendment freedoms.”

The contest is on going for the duration of the month of July. According to the Social Times, winners will be judged by a panel of “qualified judges” to pick the top 10 entrants. From there, the public will vote on the three finalists, and a winner will be chosen by a combined score between voters and judges.

The winner will have their videos on television as well as an exhibit in Washington, D.C.

Be Sociable, Share!

Related posts:

  1. Zynga Announces Weekly Treasure Isle Landscaping Contest
  2. Chillingo Celebrating Angry Birds HD With iPad Giveaway
  3. Enter to Win Konami’s DDR Music and Motion Video Contest
  4. Remember to Enter Our FarmVille Photo Grab Contest for a Chance to Win Free Farm Cash!
  5. Frisky FarmVille Photo Grab Contest Results: The Winner Is…
,

This post was written by:

- who has written 186 posts on Frisky Mongoose.

Art is a Weekend Editor at Frisky Mongoose focusing on video games and the social media that surrounds them.

Contact the author