Want to be on TV?
WANT TO MAKE YOUR OWN VERSION OF A HIT POP MUSIC VIDEO?
THEN CBBC WANTS TO HEAR FROM YOU!
'Friday Download is back from Friday 26th April at 5pm, ready and set with the need-to-know information for the week ahead.
As ever, if you want to be up with whats hot in the world of music, lifestyle, dance, games, gadgets, film & TV, dont miss a second.
Friday Download is all about their audience getting involved, having fun and picking up essential tips.
Each week, they show a montage of their viewers own versions of a selected pop music video, that have been made at home and sent in to them. A selection are shown within a montage.
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They will be asking for a number of videos across the series, and when you contact them they will be able to send you exact dates for deadlines for each pop video, which will be between now and the end of June. The deadline for getting in touch is 9am, Fri 14th June 2013.
To the Parent or Guardian of those interested in getting information about sending a tribute video for consideration for CBBCs FRIDAY DOWNLOAD.
If your child would like to find out about how to create their own tribute video or videos of a pop song of Friday Download's choosing for inclusion in the fourth series of Friday Download they will send further details about this following an email from you.
The show will be transmitted on the CBBC Channel and may be transmitted on BBC2 or BBC1. Certain sections of the show will appear on the CBBC website.
The programme is a magazine entertainment series and should your childs video be selected, it will appear as part of a video montage of the weeks selected tribute video.
It is anticipated that you will need to film your videos between April and June 2013.
Friday Download will need a parental consent form with every video sent. This will be provided when you are sent details of the videos being requested.
If anyone else appears in your video with your child, they will also need a signed parental consent form, sent in with the video.
You understand that receipt of any videos made by you is not a guarantee that the video will be used in the programme. By sending a video you are entering it for selection.
Regrettably Friday Download is unable to accept videos from children whose parents work at the BBC.
The person/s participating in the tribute video must be aware and happy to take part in the programme.
If you send in a video without the accompanying release forms unfortunately they will not be able to consider your application.
Should the application be successful, the video material provided may be used by the programme, but will not be used for any other purpose without your permission. Your details will only be kept if needed for the duration of the programme and all applications will be destroyed once they have been processed.