Event Introduction by Emma Tu – Youth ” I Love My Community” Video News Competition Press Conference

Youth ” I Love My Community” Video News Competition Press Conference

Date: November 27th, 2020   11:30am

Organizer: Ding Ding TV /  BayArea Youth Initiative


Diana Ding, Chair of Event

Jason Shan, Co-Chair of Event

Sandy Wang, Executive Chair of Event

Liyan Zhang, Co-Executive Chair of Event

Judy Zhu, Chair of Contestants

Joseph Shan, Chair of Contents

Emma Tu, Chair of Promotion

DingDingTV  Youth Community Ambassador & Reporter:

William Hsiao, Justin Gu, Emily Zhang, Dennis Han, Cayden Gu

About Event:

The First Youth “I love my Community” Video News Competition

2020 is a very unusual year for us and our country, an economic disaster on top of a health pandemic. Many of us cannot go to work or go to school, over 250,000 people have lost their lives. During this difficult time, we want to uplift each other with love and hope, encourage our next generations to tell the stories of love, and show their love towards our community through video reports.
Ding Ding TV (Silicon Valley Innovation Channel and Voice of Asian Americans)together with BayArea Youth Initiative and some other community partners will present “Love our Community” Video News Competition to bring the stories of love to our community and simultaneously acknowledge and honor our next-generation creators.
The competition requirements:
1. participates must under the age of 18.
2. The “I love my communities ” stories need to be in the form of news reports or storytelling.
3. The video format must be mp4. The news report should be concise and clear and in less than one and a half minutes. Please submit 150 words of news introduction as well
4. Please send the video to Contest@dingdingtv.com
. If the video is too large to exceed the mail limit, please submit a link to Google share driver.
5. The deadline for submission is 12 / 26 / 2020
6. For specific forms of reporting, please refer to the following sample:
Award of the competition:
One first prize, $300
Two-second prize winners, $200
Three third prize, $100
Viewers’ Choice,
All the video contents will be published on Silicon Valley Innovation Channel – Ding Ding TV and promoted to over 100,000 people through media channels.
The judges of this competition are diversified community leaders, youth mentors, and media experts.
Hung Wei, Cupertino Council Member, Board Member and past Board President, Fremont Union High Schools Foundation
Praveen Gupta, Mentor of Youth Innovation Program; Lecturer, Lucas College and Graduate School of Business of San Jose State University
Orrin Mahoney, Former Mayor of Cupertino, Board Member at Santa Clara County Fairgrounds
Sandy Close, Director of Ethnic Media Service, a pioneer in developing youth media
Carl Shan, Cofounder of Teenager Coach Program: Orenda, Senior Scientist at LinkedIn
The Youth “I love my community” Award ceremony will be held on 1 / 3 / 2021 2:00 pm. The ceremony will be hosted and organized by Youth community ambassadors that have been trained by Ding Ding TV.
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