CLSP Teen Video Challenge


Once again, Idaho Library Association is participating in the CLSP Teen Video Challenge! These short, student-produced videos will be used across the country to promote summer reading programs in school and public libraries.

Since 2011 the Collaborative Summer Library Program (CSLP), working through member states, has been soliciting amateur videos, produced by teenagers, to serve as the official CSLP sanctioned summer reading teen videos. This competition is now in its eighth year. The purpose of the contest is to give teens the opportunity to make videos that encourage use of public libraries and promote reading all summer long. There will be one winning video chosen by each participating CSLP member state. These will not be narrowed down to create one national winner. Each state winning video will become one of the official Teen PSAs for the 2018 CSLP Summer Reading Program

Program Documents

2018 Idaho Teen Video Challenge Entry Form

Contest Rules & Information

Model Release (must be signed by each person who appears in the video)

Additional Resources (copyright info, sources for royalty-free music and images, tutorials for adding captions, etc)


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