The DLG Viral Video Scholarship Contest™ was created as a community service project to help educate the public on safe driving practices by awarding a scholarship to the film student or video production enthusiast who creates the best public service announcement video.
Three scholarships will be awarded to the participant that creates the best viral video about “Driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol”. The scholarship is open to anybody (high school students, college student and/or film enthusiasts).
Video must be no more than 180 seconds in total length and include the “contest identification” video at the beginning (can be downloaded on contest website).
Video entries must be uploaded on the creator’s own Youtube or Vimeo account and allow embedding. The Viral Video Scholarship Contest acronym “VVSC” must be included at the end of the video title.
Participants can register online or by email. For complete rules, visit the contest link.
Registrations will be accepted starting September 1, 2012
Deadline to register is March 31st, 2013.
That, if you are under 18 at the time of the submission, that you will provide DLG with a signed notarized release by your parent or legal guardian granting you permission to participate in this contest and agreeing to all terms and conditions of the Official Contest and Rules. The sponsors of this contest are in no way liable for your failure to obtain permission to participate in this contest. If the Sponsors learn that you where under 18 at the time of the submission and you failed to provide DLG with a signed notarized release by your parent or legal guardian your entry will be disqualified. If your parent or legal guardian refuses to give you permission, DO NOT participate.
Video winners will be selected based on a number of categories including, creativity, entertainment value, video quality and of course the viral nature of the video (ie. video views, social validation, etc.)
Three scholarships will be awarded
1st Place: $2,000
2nd Place: $1,000
3rd Place: $500