March 13, 2006 5:53 AM PST

Online video-makers hardly need be famous

Reflecting the popularity of user-created material, media companies open their wallets to make sure that they can cull the best of it.
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Not your usual short video contest?
Speaking of short film contests and online video, you need to check out www.theproject.tv. A student film contest that challenges students to create a 3 episode miniseries and let the viewing audience vote each round to determine which director will get to screen their next episode. (Kind of like American Idol style voting) With a $25,000 purse for the winner this is definately not your usual short film contest.
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