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CTE students take on TV through ACTE PSA contest.

ACTE announces a new contest for student filmmakers and videographers. The purpose is to produce a 30-second public service announcement (PSA) that will educate viewers nationwide about the importance of CTE Month. The contest is open to all CTE students. Videos must include ACTE's 2008 CTE Month logo and theme, "Discovering Skills for a Competitive Workforce," and must communicate to viewers that February is CTE Month. Videos should answer questions such as "Why is February the best month of the year?" and "Why should CTE have its own month?" ACTE will announce the winner during its Annual Convention, December 13-15 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The winner will receive $750, and a complimentary copy of Apple's Final Cut Studio 2, which Apple is donating for the contest. The second place winner will receive a copy of Final Cut Studio 2. All entries must be received by November 15, 2007. For more information and the complete rules, visit www.acteonline.org/contest/videocontest.cfm.
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Date:Oct 1, 2007
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