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Interview Confession Terms & Conditions
1. Content Description
Submission can be either original video recording or text, in accordance with the Specifications as defined herein. Experience will review each Video Entry or Text Submission and will publish as Experience deems appropriate and useful to our audience.
2. Video Entry Requirements
All Video Entries must meet the following specifications in order to be eligible:
(a) Total Video run time must not exceed sixty (60) seconds;
(b) The Video must be in one of the following formats: Windows Media 9+ format (WMV), Quicktime 4+ format (MOV), MPG or AVI;
(c) The Video must not exceed 10MB or 320x240 in viewable dimension size;
(d) The Video must be in English;
(e) The Video or Text submission must be the original work of the entrant and be work solely developed for this application and not for any other purpose (including, but not limited to, work for hire, school coursework, any other contest or promotion), and must not have been made available for view by the general public at any time prior to the time of entry to the Contest;
(f) The Video or Text Entry must comply with all laws concerning copyright and trademark, and may not contain materials (including, but not limited to, music, photographs, images or likenesses, lyrics or copy, brand names or logos) that are branded or copyrighted;
3. Text submission should be no more than 350 words in length and all spelling and grammer should be checked prior to submission. Text must be in English.
4. Rights and Releases
(a) If the submission contains any material or elements that are not owned by the Entrant and/or are subject to rights of third parties, the Applicant is responsible for obtaining, prior to submission of the Video or Text Entry, any and all releases and consents necessary to permit use of the Video or Text Entry by Experience in the manner set forth in these Official Rules without additional compensation or liability.
(b) Experience reserves the right to refuse or cease publication of any Video or Text story for any reason and at any time in its sole discretion.
(c) By submitting a Video or Text, all Applicants irrevocably transfer and assign to Experience all right, title and interest in the Video or Text Submission (including, but not limited to, all copyright and intellectual property rights) in any and all media, locations around the world, and derivatives of the original work in perpetuity.
(d) By submitting a Video or Text, Applicants grant permission to Experience to use their names, likenesses, photographs, voices, and/or biographical information in connection with the submission without additional compensation.
If you have any questions about these Official Terms, please email them to email@example.com.
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