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TV Execs Offer $3,000 for Top Video Short


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Deadline is June 22 - Anyone over 18 can enter!!!

Taken from

http://www.broadcastingcable.com/article/C...y=Breaking+News

The contest details are here:

http://www.nextgentvfest.com

The National Association of Television Program

Executives (NATPE) will expand its annual Television

Producers' Boot Camp to include the �NextGen TV

Festival and Competition� when this year's event is

held July 26-28 in West Hollywood, Calif.

The Boot Camp, in its fourth year, features panels,

keynote speakers and clinics on the development and

production process.It culminates with a �Pitch Pit,�

a chance to pitch ideas to development executives from

networks, talent agencies and production companies.

CAA packaging agent and head of alternative television

Michael Camacho will deliver the keynote address,

while Anthony Zuiker, executive producer of the CSI

franchise, will deliver the closing address.

This year, the new festival will feature competition

in six categories: animation, comedy, drama, mobile,

factual and unscripted.Entries can run a maximum of

six minutes.Grand prize winners get a cash prize, a

six month mentorship, two pitch meetings, inclusion in

the NATPE 2007 Video Wall and a complimentary NATPE

2007 registration.

�User generated content across all platforms will play

a significant role in the future of our business and

it makes perfect sense for NATPE to honor those who

are creating this imaginative material as part of the

popular Boot Camp series,� says NATPE President and

CEO Rick Feldman.

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Cool - thanx for the heads up - we have some regulars here who are filmmakers. :thumbsup:

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the canadian blogger??.....oh, you mean shawn....i see......well....you could be right dude...i mean, you`ve got to watch those canucks....they don`t just mess around with seals and beavers up there you know....anything with fur around it is fair game...i mean dude...you could roll a donut across the floor and if it had fur on it a canadian blogger would probably try and shag it....you just can`t trust former members of the old british empire any more...:)

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