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Project:Report, You Tube’s partnership with the Pulitzer Center, is one of the most promising expressions of We Media to emerge between traditional and everyday journalists. Essentially a journalism contest funded in part by Sony and Intel, Project:Report was created for non-professional, everyday citizens to tell stories that might not otherwise be told.
The simple and important assignment: Tell a story about issues or events in local communities that addresses a topic or an issue that resonates with people around the world. Video submissions should be 4 minutes or less, and be submitted in English or with English subtitles.
The Pulitzer Center supports in-depth coverage of international affairs, focusing on topics that have been under-reported, misreported — or not reported at all. The Center funds reporting on all media platforms and partners with both traditional and new-media news outlets.