Child advocates Mikee Cojuangco Jaworski, Boy Abunda and Cheryl Cosim jointly announced today that the Sinebata: Kabataang Pinoy Media Festival has extended its deadline for receiving entries to June 29, 2012 to accommodate students who will troop back to school.
Consequently, the festival will be staged at the end of July, the triumvirate explained.
Sinebata is a major joint undertaking of Anak TV and Plan International with partners NCCT-DepEd, PIA, PDEA, Goethe Institut, Robinson's, Columbia's and event organizer Kairosolutions. Short video and photo entries by kids aged 9 to 17 and youth aged 18 to 23 will be received at NCCT in DepEd, the various Plan International offices in the country, Anak TV,Baguio Museum, West Visayas State University and Aquinas University of Legazpi. Details of participation may be obtained from anaktvweb.com.
Date posted: May 5, 2012
Anak TV and Plan Philippines announce that Sinebata, the nationwide video and photography contest for the Filipino youth is open to ages 9 to 23 who use digicams, handiphones, regular cameras and other non-professional equipment. Filipino youth may enter as many video materials in any or all four categories namely, Short video clips (running from 30 seconds to 10 minutes); Public service announcements or social messages (from 30 seconds to 2 minutes only); Creatively packaged music videos (up to 7 minutes only); using originally composed or commercially available music and Mini documentaries and social commentaries (from ten 10 minutes to an hour) They can be sent thru Anak TV, Plan Philippines, Baguio Museum, West Visayas State University in Iloilo and Aquinas University in Legaspi.
There are no restrictions in theme as long as the works define the Filipino youth’s view of issues that affect him, his family, his school and his community. They can be about his hopes and wishes for the future, family concerns, education, environment, substance abuse, teenage life and problems, career plans, community issues and others.
Up to 10 photographs may also be entered in color or black and white. Minimum image size is 5 megapixels or A4 size if printed. Entries must be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org, each one properly titled in any language of his/her choice.
Deadline for submission of all entries is Friday, 30 April 2012.
The top choices to be declared in May will be sent to international video and media derbies to represent the Philippines.
Sinebata is a joint undertaking of the National Council for Children’s Television, Department of Education, DSWD, PIA, PDEA, University of the Philippines, Baguio Museum, West Visayas State University, Aquinas University of Legazpi, Goethe Institut, Robinson’s Malls, Leyte Normal University, PNP, East Visayas State University, Kairosolutions, Columbia’s, AnakTV and Plan International. For additional info, please visit anaktvweb.com.
Date posted: April 11, 2012
The Anak TV Foundation, the association of all TV networks and cable operators bound together by a common interest in responsible programming, will be accepting out-of-school youths BASED IN MEGA MANILA to become Anak TV volunteers.
Volunteer applicants should be between 21 and 30 years old, can travel around the country and assist in the various projects of the foundation related to television literacy, child protection, the promotion of TV users’ rights and the selection of family friendly TV programs. They must be articulate in spoken Tagalog or English and can handle simple public discussions and do basic computer work. The foundation will provide transport and lodging for assigned work.
A brief biodata with photo and contact phones must be sent by regular mail by or before January 31 to ANAK TV VOLUNTEERS, 8A Matatag Street, Pinyahan, Quezon City. Applicants with no contact phones or who reside outside Mega-Manila are automatically eliminated. An orientation will be conducted for accepted volunteers prior to posting of assignments.
Very strictly, personal queries and follow-ups by phone will not be entertained.
Date posted: 20 January 2012