Here’s the 13th episode of our Top Plays. Read below for instructions on how to have your play considered.
The Washington Post has launched a new interactive online video show that will feature the area’s top plays, a weekly segment called ‘Top Plays of the Week.’
The show, which will air on Mondays at washingtonpost.com and AllMetSports.com — The Washington Post’s high school sports site — will feature the best touchdowns, bizarre happenings, craziest plays and more from the local high school football fields in D.C., Maryland and Virginia.
Hosted by B.J. Koubaroulis, a long-time sports personality and CEO of Synthesis Multimedia Productions, ‘Top Plays of the Week’ will welcome submissions from high school football coaches, high school football players, their parents and fans across the DMV.
Check out the first episode and make sure to submit your highlights.
HOW TO SUBMIT YOUR VIDEO
Think you have a play or viral video worthy of making it into our top plays? Simply tweet the YouTube, Vimeo or Hudl link to @bjkoub with the hashtag #allmets. You can also email the YouTube, Vimeo or Hudl link to email@example.com or, you can upload the video file here (file must be less than 2GB).
Make sure to send this information to your team parents, players, team videographers and others who can help distribute your video.
Questions about how to submit video? Contact ‘Top Plays of the Week’ director and producer Nick Plum at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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