The Military Channel wants your videos:
TELL YOUR STORY ON THE MILITARY CHANNEL (pdf alert)
You've seen hundreds of videos sent by friends through email or on YouTube. You've also seen plenty of military news stories, movies, and tv shows. Some get it right. Others aren't close. Now it's your turn to show others what it's really like to serve. If you have video taken from your time overseas or know someone who does, the Military Channel wants to help tell your story. Your video may be selected for upcoming on-air programming on the Military Channel.
The Military Channel is seeking personal videos from members of the U.S. Military to let soldiers, sailors, airmen and marines tell their story directly to viewers. Real-life moments captured on film by service members will be broadcast on the Military Channel as part of an on-air programming initiative. Servicemen and women anywhere in the world who brought back footage from a recent deployment, or those who currently have a camera with them on the frontlines, can submit their videos directly to the Military Channel.
We have videos and assets from the first phase of this initiative, which occurred in February and March, which we are happy to provide to share with your readers. We appreciate your support in sharing this message with fellow members of the military, friends and colleagues. There are three ways in which you can submit the videos:
Via Internet: Please visit http://www.mywardiary.com and follow the instructions.
Go here for more information, sign the release form and mail it with your videos to
8045 Kennett Street
Silver Spring, MD 20910
Via Email: Forward an email containing a video link to mywardiary@Discovery.com. You can also email the same address with questions.
Deployed service personnel may also be able to send footage via DVIDS satellite transmission. To find out how, please contact your PAO.
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