One week left to enter the Theme Park Insider spring 2012 video contest
Written by Robert Niles
Next week is the deadline to enter our Spring 2012 video contest, so hurry up and get those videos shot, edited and uploaded!Tweet
We had two new entries on the Theme Park Insider Discussion Board this week:
Daniel Cernuschi submitted Spring 2012 Video Contest: The Florida Experience
Pyra-Danny V offered Spring 2012 Video Contest: POV from Blue Shoes
Here are the previous entries:
Thomas tskogg, with A Decade of Disney (and Universal) 2001-2011
Jake Mappes' The Attractions of Islands of Adventure
And Jason Kwan's The Florida Project [Video about Walt Disney World]
If you'd like to enter, just embed your original video, shot in a theme park, in a new thread on the Discussion Board. (Upload your video to YouTube, Vimeo or any service of your choice that allows Web embedding. Videos should be embedded with a width no more than 450 pixels.) Please use "Spring 2012 Video Contest:" in your discussion title, so we can all find it easily. Your video can be a travelogue, a fictional story, or anything else you'd like, so long as it is set inside a theme park and wasn't shot in violation of the park's safety rules. (So no POV on rides where cameras are not permitted, please.) Campaign for your favorites in the comments!
Next Friday, I'll select the top five videos, which will be embedded on the Theme Park Insider home page, and put up to a reader vote. The video that gets the most votes over the weekend will be our winner. In addition to the attention, extra traffic and bragging rights, the winner will receive a Theme Park Insider T-shirt and a signed copy of Stories from a Theme Park Insider.
By the way, here are a few more top new, non-video discussions from the past week:
Dan Babbitt asks about Rain Delayed or Rain Shortened/Cancelled Shows
B Higgins wants to know about Disney World in (early) December
And, finally, Jeff Elliott steps up to the mic for his weekly Trenches of Amusement humor column.
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