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Mental Health PSA Contest

Published: August 2, 2021

 

Here you will find all the rules you need to know about the mental health PSA contest! To participate everyone will need to fill out a release form here. This release form will need to be printed out, signed, and uploaded via the Google form. To submit your PSA and release form, please click here

 

Guidelines and Rules

1. PSA can be recorded using a phone or any other camera.

If you use a cell phone, please be sure to record the video

horizontally. The PSA can be edited using any video editing

software of choice (numerous free options available online).

2. If music is included in the PSA, it must be royalty-free.

3. Students may enter on their own, or as a team with no more

than three members.

4. PSA must be accurate, using reliable resources to find your

information for the PSA. You must provide a resource list to

show where you found your information when the PSA is

submitted.

5. No profanity or nudity of any kind. No content that advocates

for or supports racial, cultural, religious, or gender bias.

6. Participants must sign a release form. Participants under 18

must have a parent/guardian signature.

7. Final PSA entries are to be submitted via Google Form. This

can be found by scanning the QR code below.

8. The top three PSAs will be aired on WBIR-TV, Channel 10, for

the public to view, and vote for the winner.

Prizes

No. 1 PSA:

Student will win a prize valued at $300 (or cash

equivalent if entered as a team).

PSA will air during news programming on WBIR-TV,

and will be featured on the WBIR Facebook page.

Please note only one winning team or individual will

be chosen for first place. All individuals and teams

are eligible, regardless of county of residence.

No. 2 PSA

Student will win a prize valued at $200 (or cash

equivalent if entered as a team).

One winner will be chosen from Knox County, and

another chosen from surrounding counties.

No. 3 PSA

Student will win a prize valued at $100 (or cash

equivalent if entered as a team).

One winner will be chosen from Knox County, and

another chosen from surrounding counties.

   

 

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