Stay Home Stay Safe Video Challenge
Michiganders are staying home to stay safe and Public Media Network wants to see what that means to you!
Public Media Network is excited to announce the Stay Home, Stay Safe Video Challenge.
Using technology available, Public Media Network invites our community to create short video content relating to their experiences during the Stay Home, Stay Safe Executive Order. Participants will be entered into a drawing for a prize and content submitted may be shared on Public Media Network’s cable and internet streaming channels.
Here’s how to participate:
Crafting your own narrative, we ask you to film and edit a 30-60 second video sharing your experience during the 'Stay Home, Stay Safe' Executive Order.
Once your video is completed, submit the file using the button below.
You may also upload your file to YouTube, Vimeo or Facebook and email the link to: Lwaters@publicmedianet.org
The deadline for all submissions is April 11th, 2020 11:59 PM EST.
Disclaimer: All videos must comply with Executive Order 2020-21 (Click Here for EO-2020-21). Any participants who violate EO 2020-21 will be disqualified from the challenge.
The winner of our drawing will be announced by 4/13/2020
Not sure what to create?
Use one of the prompts below for inspiration!
- Visual Thank-You Card: share your gratitude to medical professionals and other essential workers who are committed to keeping our community healthy, safe and supplied
- Sing-Along: create an original song to sing while washing your hands for 20 seconds and share it with us on video
- Home Chefs: share your new favorite dish to create at home
- From the Future: dress up as your future self and tell the people of tomorrow why it was important that we stayed home and stayed safe
- Original Concept: Use your imagination to create a story, song, dance or any other narrative form that reflects your experience during the Stay Home, Stay Safe order
Submit your video here: https://form.jotform.com/200865650472052
Need some help? Check out the online webinar recording and resources here.