CFA’s Songwriting & MTV Contest Deadline Extended!

July 8th 2013

The deadline for the Good Governance Music Video Contest is extended to September 15, 2013 to accommodate requests from schools and students.

The contest was launched back in November 2012 by the Communication Foundation for Asia in cooperation with The Catholic Educational Association of the Philippines (CEAP) during its NCR Youth Summit. It was also endorsed by the Parish Pastoral Council for Responsible Voting (PPCRV) in March 2013 during its regional youth rallies. This contest is open to all 15-25 year old Filipino amateur songwriters and MTV makers. They must not have previously produced a song or MTV that has been released commercially (for sale) by a recording company. Songs can be in English, Filipino or the local vernacular.

This is the second national youth songwriting contest created by CFA with themes on Good Governance and Engaged Citizenship. CFA held its first national youth songwriting contest back in 2009. The top 10 finalist songs of the contest were compiled in the album, titled “Awit ng mga Bagong Bida”. It went unchallenged to win the Best Secular Album during the 2010 Catholic Mass Media Awards.

The top three entries of the 2013 songwriting and MTV contest will receive cash prizes plus plaques of recognition. The overall Champion will receive P 30,000 while the 1st and 2nd placers will receive P 20,000 and P 10,000 respectively.

Please click here to download the Registration form together with the rules and guidelines of the contest.

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