Contest to create CIME's new media ethics short video (1 minute)
Do you care about how journalists operate? Do you have what it takes to make a ‘viralicious’ media ethics video? CIME is looking for enthusiastic contestants to create CIME's new media ethics short video to stream across our network and the wider media world.
Check out last year’s winner video and if you think you can do one alike or better, please do not hesitate to enter the competition!
The winner of the media ethics short video contest in 2011 was Lupica Alexandru from Romania. Congratulations and thanks for the great work!
The 2012 winner video is expected to;
- express visually what ethical journalism means
- spark conversation among a large audience concerning an ethical topic
- make people watch something more than once
- make your friends and social community enjoy learning about media ethics.
CIME is a non-profit organization that brings together a network of journalists throughout the world to provide training, discussion and expertise in the ethics of their profession. Media ethics is extremely important and we aim to share this with the rest of the world. In order to do so we welcome creative - not necessarily experienced - video makers to show off their talent and original ideas that represent good media ethics at work.
The winner video will be the official CIME film for one year!
The winner and 5 of his/her chosen friends will be invited to participate in our media ethics online training and an interview with the winner will be published in our monthly newsletter!
The winner will also receive a copy of the marvellous book from Reuters - Our World Now 5
Deadline to submit videos: 25th August, 2012
Announcement of the winner: CIME Media Ethics Day 21st September, 2012
Judges: CIME Board
1. Create a short video no longer than 1 minute (max. 100 mb)
2. The video must cover or refer to one of the following topics:
Media ethics’ evolution against the new technology and new media
Corruption/ bribe in the newsroom
The role of journalists in the society
Media- politics- business relations
Verifiability of sources
Traditional journalism vs. citizen journalism
3. Send us your video via an online link to email@example.com with your full name, country of residence, and a sentence about your initial idea.
4. The original of the winner video will need to be sent to CIME
5. The participants are allowed to use the CIME logo in their actually submitted video without tarnishing CIME’s name or reputation.
6. Please note that the language of any written text or audio should be English
Note: When you upload your video you grant CIME the right to use, reproduce and distribute the video for any promotional purposes and for the means of the project and anything associated with it (the 'Purposes'). By uploading your video you agree not to upload any illegal content and that you have all necessary licences, rights, consents and permissions which are required to enable CIME to use your work for the Purposes. CIME does not take responsibility for the videos submitted and you acknowledge and agree that CIME is not liable for any loss or damage which may be incurred by you as a result of any such breaches.