Project: Report 2010, a partnership between YouTube and the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, made possible by Sony and Intel, is an opportunity for aspiring journalists to get the word out about undertold stories in their communities. There's still time to submit before the deadline on Sunday, 2/28!
ROUND 1 ASSIGNMENT:
In a three-minute video, document a single day in the life of a compelling person the world should meet and showcase how that person is making a positive impact in his or her community.
Visit the official Youtube channel to see submissions to date, including stories on everything from girls rescued from prostitution at Courage House in Tanzania to the legacy of Brooklyn's Krispy Pizza. Also hear from last year's winners, and submit your own story!
Ten semi-finalists from Round 1 will receive technology prizes from Sony and Intel to help them produce their videos in Round 2. Five grand prize winners from Round 2 will be awarded $10,000 grants to produce international reporting projects with the Pulitzer Center.
We can't wait to view your submission!