Video Mash-Up

August 1, 2006

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Welcome to the washingtonpost.com Video Mash-Up, where our readers have the opportunity to create their own interview clips opposite Post political reporter Dana Milbank. We provide the questions, you provide the answers!

First, download the MPEG2 video clip you see playing at the top of this page, using the "Download Clip" button below. Using your own editing software, cut it up any way you like and splice in your own video, according to the rules below. Then attach your finished mash-up clip to an e-mail and send it to the address below.

In a few weeks washingtonpost.com will post all videos submitted that meet the requirements below and will give viewers the opportunity to comment and rate the videos. That's not a deadline, though -- we'll keep posting new videos if we keep getting them from you.

The Rules:

1. Submissions must be in Quicktime (.mov) or Windows Media (.wmv) format and no more than three (3) minutes in length. You do not have to include all of the Dana Milbank clip we have provided, but your submission must include at least a part of it.

2. Submissions will be disqualified if they violate copyright or are determined to be offensive, threatening, defamatory or libelous. You must have full rights to any material you include in your submission.

3. Submitters must provide contact information (name plus e-mail or phone number). No e-mail addresses or phone numbers will be published.

Right-click (on PCs) or option-click (on Mac) below to save the clip:

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Submit your finished video here, SendVideo@washingtonpost.com. By submitting a video, you acknowledge that you have read and agreed to the submission agreement here. You must include your name and an e-mail address or phone number where you can be reached. Only your name will be posted along with your video; your contact information will not be published.


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