Video Contest on Media Ethics

Deadline: 21 August 2011
Open to: creative – not necessarily experienced – video makers
Awards: two awards for the winner (see below)

The Center for International Media Ethics (CIME) has launched a contest for one-minute videos about censorship, accuracy, truth (slander/libel), sensationalism and privacy.

CIME is a non-profit organization that brings together a network of journalists throughout the world to provide training, discussion and expertise in the ethics of their profession.


Creative – not necessarily experienced – video makers are invited to show off their talent and original ideas that represent good media ethics at work.


1. Create a short video no longer than 1 minute (max. 100 mb)

2. The video must cover or refer to one of the following topics:

  • Censorship
  • Accuracy
  • Truth (slander/libel)
  • Sensationalism
  • Privacy

3. The language of any written text or audio should be English.


The winner video will be the official CIME film for one year!
The winner will be invited to participate in our media ethics online training and will be entitled to invite 5 friends to join the course and get a certificate of J-Ethinomics!


Send your video via an online link to with your full name, country of residence, and a sentence about your initial idea.

The original of the winner video will need to be sent to CIME.

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