PBS Video Contest: Enter to Win a Trip to Austin, Texas

Posted on February 22, 2010
Love PBS and not afraid to show it? From now through April 18, PBS is running a video contest and wants to know the answer to the question -- what surprised you about PBS? Maybe you love some of the innovative social media work at your local station? Or perhaps you saw an ITVS film that inspired you? Whatever it is, the PBS Video contest is your chance to think outside the box, show off what you love about PBS, and maybe even win a trip to Austin, Texas, and have your winning creation end up on PBS! Watch the video below to learn more: While you are brainstorming and creating your winning video, keep up with the contest on Twitter using the #pbsvideocontest hashtag and follow @PBS. Learn more about the official rules and prizes >>


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