JCOC.tv, the news-based jewelry consumer TV channel has begun a contest for teens throughout North America called the Blingz-4-Reel Contest. It is geared toward those ages 14 to19, who are interested in video production. To enter the contest a teen must produce a 2 to 4 minute video on the importance of ‘Bling,’ as it specifically relates to jewelry, in their community.
Video criteria will be a news-style interview of up to three individuals on the real life importance of Bling. Judging will be based on creativity, content, and quality of video production/editing, as well as the ratings received by viewers of www.JCOC.tv. Submission dates run through Oct. 31, noon EST. Video ratings will be conducted from Nov. 1 through Nov. 10. All viewers of the JCOC.tv channel are welcome to rate their favorite video.
“This is a new and exciting way for teens to produce a video on a fun but sometimes controversial topic,” said Liz Chatelain, President, JCOC.tv, “Bling is a major part of our society, and teens are tuned in to this topic. This contest will give them the opportunity to showcase their talent with a topic they are interested in and win jewelry.”
Grand, first and second place prizes will be awarded. JCOC.tv welcomes all teens and those adults that promote or teach video/film production to log on to www.JCOC.tv for more details and contest rules for this major nationwide opportunity.
The Jewelry Consumer Opinion Council is an internet based consumer research platform specializing in obtaining the opinions, preferences and actions of North American consumers in the area of jewelry, gem and watches. JCOC.net, and JCOC.tv are divisions of MVI Marketing, Ltd., Paso Robles, Calif.