NABEF's Freedom of Speech PSA Contest

The NABEF's Freedom of Speech PSA Contest contest is open to graduate and undergraduate college students enrolled during the upcoming school year. To enter, students must submit a 30-second television or radio public service announcement (PSA) that highlights the importance of free speech and creatively addresses the question "What does freedom of speech mean to me?" Entry Categories:30-second Television PSA30-second Radio PSAThe closing line of your PSA must include these exact words: "This message is brought to you by the NAB Education Foundation and the Broadcast Education Association." For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.

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