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Channel One Network - spw application
Provide a one ­ two minute audition videotape convincing us that you are the right person for the job.
See the "Tips" below to find out exactly what we are looking for in an applicant. VHS tapes only.
Tapes in other formats will not be accepted. Every Student-Produced Week position requires a one
- two minute videotaped audition.
Label the face of your tape with your name, home address and phone number. Label the long spine of
the tape with your name, school name, and the name of the position for which you are applying. Make
sure your tape is labeled correctly!
Mail your letter, references and videotape to:

Student-Produced Week

Channel One Network

P.O. Box 74911

Los Angeles, CA 90004
All applications must be postmarked on or before December 20, 2002.
The students we select will be notified in January. Winners must be willing to travel via airplane.
One - two minutes is not a strict requirement, merely a strong suggestion. If you can entertain and
engage us longer, go for it, but be reasonable. No tapes longer than five minutes.
Make your tape as lively and interesting as possible. Remember, the Channel One staff members
making the selections will be looking at over a thousand tapes.
VHS format tapes only. No small format tapes, please.
Pay special attention to sound quality. Is the audio on? Can you be heard clearly?
Show high energy and enthusiasm.
Have fun and let your personality show through!
Use several shots and several different camera angles.
Do not stand in front of a window.
Do not read us something from a sheet of paper.
Edit your tape.
Watch your tape. Did you follow these tips?
Rewind your tape before you send it.
Make us notice you!
Please type letters.
Letters should be free of typographical errors, incorrect grammar and spelling errors.
Be creative in how you address us in your letter. No "Dear Sir(s)."
Label everything correctly.
Include your letter with your tape -- do not send them in separate envelopes.
Make sure your presentation is clean and neat.
Your letter and tape should portray different qualities. Use the tape to portray personality and
creativity. Use the letter to demonstrate experience.
You do not need to send your package via express mail. Your submission need only be postmarked by
the deadline.
Note: All Student-Produced Week entries become the exclusive property of the Channel One Network,
which reserves the right to use all entries in any way that it deems appropriate. Entries cannot be
acknowledged or returned. Not responsible for lost, late or misdirected mail.

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