Season 9: The Pitch Competition

 

Welcome, TV Creators!

Thank you for your interest in participating in ATX’s annual The Pitch Competition! The focus of this competition is YOU, the burgeoning undiscovered TV writer — and giving you the chance to take your idea for the next great TV show from pitch to screen by opening the doors to some of  TV’s greatest showrunners and executives. 

In working closely with our panelists, alums, advisory board, and competition partners, our ultimate goal is to give you an opportunity to not only pitch your idea to studio or network partner, but to provide one-of-a-kind access to TV’s top decision-makers, and – hopefully – get your show made! (We may open the door, but it’s your ideas and talent that keep you in the room!)

Ready for your shot? Read on! 


IMPORTANT DATES

  • Submissions Open: November 6, 2019
  • Submissions End: January 17, 2020
  • Round 2 Selections Announced: February 7, 2020
  • Semi-Finalists Announced: March 4, 2020
  • Finalists Announced: April 2, 2020
  • Finalists must confirm attendance: May 15, 2020
  • Live Pitch Competition: June 4 – 7, 2020 at ATX Television Festival in Austin, TX (exact day/time to be announced at a later date).

YOUR ENTRY

Each submission consist of two parts:

  1. A ninety (90) second video to pitch us (and participating television executives and creatives) your great idea. It can be any kind of scripted series you want – a half hour sitcom, an hour drama for cable, a hybrid for original online content. The only two requirements are that your pitch must be for a scripted (non-reality) series, and your video cannot exceed ninety (90) seconds. (We’re checking!)
  2. A five to ten (5-10) page script sample of the pitch/series you are submitting. For our veterans of the competition, this is a NEW RULE, but yes, all written submissions MUST MATCH the pitch concept entered. This is your chance to show executives that you not only have a great idea, but you have the chops to write it too!  [Note: it can be any 5-10 pages, not necessarily the first 5-10 pages].

THE ROUNDS

Round 1: Open submissions! Anyone with an idea for a new show and a five to ten (5-10) page script sample may submit. ATX Television Festival will screen and read all submissions, and select the top twenty-five (25) from our open submissions to advance to Round 2.

Round 2: The top twenty-five (25) submissions from Round 1 (open submissions) will join an additional twenty-five (25) chosen by The Black List and Sundance Episodic Program partnership for a total of fifty (50) submissions to be screened and read by our Round 2 judges. These judges (made up of staff writers and junior executives) will select twenty (20) semi-finalists for Round 3. (More about those partnerships can be found below!)

Round 3 (Semi-finals): The twenty (20) semi-finalists will be judged by our panel of industry professionals, including top executives from the festival’s network/studio partners (more on them below!) – who will select ten (10) finalists.

Round 4 (Live Finals): Ah – the Live Pitch Finale! This is where the magic happens, folks! The ten (10) finalists chosen by our industry professionals will compete LIVE at ATX Television Festival Season 9 in June, with three (3) full minutes to pitch their ideas. Once all finalists have pitched, our panel of judges (showrunners & executives) will  choose two runners-up and a first place winner.


HOW TO SUBMIT

1) Have an idea. Got it? Good.

2) Film your ninety (90) second pitch, and then upload it as an unlisted video on YouTube (See – What is an unlisted YouTube video). This can be as simple as recording yourself on your iPhone, or as elaborate and high production value as you want to go. It’s your call — just make sure it’s no more than ninety (90) seconds. Any submissions over ninety (90) seconds will be disqualified and submission fees are non-refundable.

3) Write a five to ten (5-10) page script sample of your pitch (can be any 5-10 pages, not just the first 5-10)! Remember: the script sample must match the pitch submitted. Title pages do NOT count towards your page count, and all samples must be submitted as a .PDF.

4) Complete the payment form on Prekindle & submit your $40 submission fee.

5) Once your submission fee has been processed, you’ll receive an email receipt directing you to our submission form. There you will enter your name, pitch title, unlisted Youtube link, writing sample, and accept the Terms & Conditions.

6) That’s it! Well done, you did it! If you are selected for Round 2 of the Pitch Competition, you will be notified via email by February 7, 2020.

Good luck y’all!



STUDIO/NETWORK PARTNERS & JUDGES

The Pitch Competition’s live finale will be judged by a panel of TV writers, showrunners, and executives, which will be announced closer to the festival. For reference, Finale Judges from the Season 8 Competition (2019) included:

  • Jenny Bicks (Writer/Executive Producer, Divorce)
  • Tracy Underwood (Senior Vice President, ABC Signature)
  • Stephen Falk (Creator/Writer/Executive Producer/Director, You’re the Worst)
  • Sahar Vahedi (Director of Development, Blumhouse Television)
  • Carina Adly MacKenzie (Showrunner/Executive Producer, Roswell, New Mexico)
  • Nancy Cotton (EVP, Head of Scripted Programming, EPIX)

Past and current partnerships include:


IMPROVE YOUR ODDS with our Partners:

In addition to the standard submission process, you can also opt-in for Pitch Competition consideration via our partners at The Black List and Sundance Episodic Program!


Between 11/6/19 – 1/6/20, writers with original pilots hosted on The Black List may opt-in for consideration based on their hosted scripts. If your script is one of the top fifteen (15) chosen from The Black List selection process, you will have the option to advance directly to Round 2 of ATX Festival’s The Pitch Competition. At that time, you will be given a link to submit your ninety (90) second video pitch. Writers must submit a video pitch in order to be a valid participant in Round 2. (For more information on how to opt-in through The Black List, please visit the FAQ.)


Our partners at Sundance Episodic Program will also select an additional ten (10) participants from their 2019 episodic program to advance directly to Round 2 of the ATX Pitch Competition. If your script is one of these ten selected by Sundance Episodic Labs, you will be provided a link to submit your ninety (90) second video and script writing sample. Though Sundance Episodic Lab’s 2019 submission window has closed, you can find out more information here if you are interested in submitting for 2020.

Remember: there is no conflict in submitting through all three, so if you do have a completed script to accompany your pitch, we highly encourage you to take advantage of these excellent opportunities through our partners!


THE PRIZES

SEMI-FINALISTS

Each Semi-Finalist that is not selected to be a Finalist will be entitled to receive one (1) festival badge in the Semi-Finalist’s name to the ATX Television Festival (June 4-7, 2020) in Austin, TX (“Festival”) at no charge (travel and related costs not included). Festival Badge allows access to panels and screenings at all official ATX venues, including The Pitch Competition finale. Capacity and Fast Pass rules for venues apply. Badges must be claimed by May 15, 2020. Please see our official Festival Badge page for details.

FINALISTS

Our ten (10) finalists will pitch live at ATX Television Festival, Season 9 (June 4-7, 2020) in Austin, TX before a panel of industry judges! Individuals or teams will have three (3) minutes to convince judges, in front of a live audience, that they have the best TV show idea in the room. 

The ten (10) finalists will each receive:

  • One (1) Festival Badge in the Finalist’s name to the Festival, and One (1) ticket to the Festival Closing Night screening and after-party.
  • The most recent version of Final Draft software courtesy of Final Draft, Inc., allowing Finalists to write the treatment and pilot script for their Pitch using the best writing software on the market.
  • One (1) month of free hosting on The Black List for their script.
  • An invitation to apply directly to the second round of consideration for the 2020 Sundance Institute Episodic Story Lab with application fee waived.    

RUNNERS-UP

1-2 runners-up will each receive:

  • One (1) general advisory meeting or phone call with a studio/network executive or showrunner to provide guidance on developing their idea, pitch, and script.
  • Two (2) months of hosting on The Black List for their script.
  • One (1) script evaluation on The Black List.
  • One (1) Industry Badge to attend ATX Television Festival, Season 10 (2021).

GRAND PRIZE WINNER

The first place winner of ATX Television Festival’s The Pitch Competition will receive:

  • A mentor meeting with one of our judges (based on the show’s genre/judges’ availability) to explore the winning pitch idea and gain notes to better develop the series.
  • After the pitch is honed, the Grand Prize Winner will receive a pitch meeting with one of our studio/network partners (dependent on the show’s genre and style) to try and sell their pilot.
  • Three (3) months of hosting on THE BLACK LIST and
  • Two (2) script evaluations to help fine-tune that pilot script.
  • One (1) Industry Badge to ATX Television Festival, Season 10 (2021). 

*No specific studio or network is guaranteed to hear pitch.


RULES & REGULATIONS

 

ELIGIBILITY

The Competition is open only to individuals who at the time of entry are legal residents of one of the fifty United States or the District of Columbia excluding Arizona and Alaska and who are the age of majority in their state (minimum of nineteen (19) years of age). Persons in any of the following categories are NOT eligible to participate: any person who, at any time on or after November 1, 2012, was or is a director, officer, or employee of ATX Television Festival or its parents, subsidiaries, divisions, or affiliated companies, dealers, or service agencies, independent contractors, web hosting or service or fulfillment providers, including, without limitation, Final Draft, Inc., Competition judges (collectively, the “Competition Entities”) and their immediate family (defined as spouse, parents and step-parents, siblings and step-siblings, and children and step-children or dependent or spouse of any of the foregoing) and household members (people who share the same residence at least three (3) months out of the year). Persons who are under contract with any person or entities that would prohibit them from submitting an entry, participating in any activity and/or granting the rights set forth herein in connection with their entry and/or entering into an agreement with Sponsor without additional compensation are also not eligible to enter or win. The Competition is subject to all applicable federal, state, and local laws and regulations. Void in Alaska, Arizona, Puerto Rico and where prohibited or restricted by law. Participation constitutes entrant’s full and unconditional agreement to these Terms and Conditions (“T&C”) and Sponsor’s decisions, which are final and binding in all matters related to the Competition. Winning a prize is contingent upon fulfilling all requirements set forth herein, and solely based on skill. 

COMPETITION TIMING

The entry submission period for the Competition begins November 6, 2019 at 09:00:00 a.m. CT and ends on January 17, 2020 at 11:59:59 p.m. CT (“Entry Submission Period”).  ALL ENTRIES MUST BE RECEIVED BY JANUARY 17, 2020 AT 11:59:59 p.m. CT. Sponsor’s computer is the official time-keeping device for the Competition. Unless otherwise indicated, all times in these Terms and Conditions (T&C) are expressed in Central Time (CT).

*All times are CT.

The Grand Prize Winner will be selected during ATX Television Festival Season 9 (June 4-7, 2020) in Austin, Texas.

HOW TO ENTER

(a) ENTRY REQUIRES PAYMENT OF FORTY DOLLARS (US$40.00) (“Entry Fee”) to Sponsor during the Entry Submission Period, together with submission of (1) a completed form, (2) a video, no longer than ninety (90) seconds in length, describing your original pitch for a scripted (non-reality) series (“Pitch”), and (3) a five to ten (5-10) page script sample from the series being pitched. The Website (www.atxfestival.com/pitch) contains detailed instructions for payment of the Entry Fee and uploading of the completed form, video and script sample. The completed form, video and script shall constitute your “Entry” in the Competition. The script sample must be an original piece of writing by the Entrant.  Any form of entry other than that described herein is void. Sponsor is not responsible for lost, late, incomplete, invalid, unintelligible, or misdirected registrations or entries, which will be disqualified.

(b) There will be three rounds (each, a “Round”) of evaluation based on the Judging Criteria for the selection of Semi-Finalists, Finalists, Runners-Up and Grand Prize Winner. Selection of the Grand Prize Winner from among the Finalists shall take place during the ATX Television Festival Season 9, which takes place in Austin, Texas June 4-7, 2020. Each Finalist will make a verbal presentation of his/her/their Pitch, not to exceed three (3) minutes (the “Live Pitch”).

(c) Entries may be submitted by individuals or by groups (each, an “Entrant”). A group may have no more than four individual participants. An individual may join more than one group. There is no limit to the number of Entries that a person may submit during the Entry Submission Period, but each Entry must be separate and distinct from any other Entries submitted by that Entrant and requires the payment of an additional Entry Fee (i.e., submitting three Entries requires payment of US$120.00).  If an Entrant submits more than one Entry, only one of Entrant’s Entries can advance to the next level of the Competition. An individual who enters as part of a group may also submit one or more individual Entries. Each Entry will be deemed to have been submitted by the authorized account holder of the email address from which the Entry was sent. An email account holder shall mean the natural person assigned to such email account by the Internet access provider, online service provider or other organization responsible for assigning email addresses for the domain associated with such email account. 

(d) If submitting as part of a group, each group shall appoint one individual (the “Representative”) to represent and act, including submitting the Entry, on behalf of said group. The Representative must meet the eligibility requirements for an individual Entrant and must be authorized to submit on behalf of the group. The Representative represents and warrants that he/she/they is authorized to act on behalf of the group; and that each member of the group agrees to abide by these T&C. In the event of a dispute, the Representative will be deemed to be the authorized account holder of the email address from which the Entry was sent. In the event an Entry submitted by a group is selected as a Semi-Finalist, Finalist, Runner-Up, or Grand Prize Winner, (i) each individual in the group must be an active participant in the Pitch AND credited as a co-writer/creators of the series, and (ii) each individual (satisfying the winner notification, verification, and documentation conditions set forth in these T&C) shall receive the applicable prize. 

ENTRY GUIDELINES

(a) The script component of the Entry must be (five) 5 to 10 (ten) typed pages (not counting the title page), in English, and submitted as a pdf file via the Website.

(b) The video component of the Entry must be no longer than ninety (90) seconds, be presented (primarily) in English, and be submitted (via digital upload) pursuant to the instructions provided on the Website.

(c) The Entry must include the Entry Fee.

(d) For Finalists, the Live Pitch must be no longer than three (3) minutes and must be presented in English.

(e) No component of the Entry may contain material that violates or infringes another’s rights, including but not limited to privacy, publicity or intellectual property rights, including trademark, copyright infringement, or legal or moral rights of any third party, living or deceased (e.g., names, logos, symbols, slogans, quotes from other people, or parodies of other people).

(f) The Entry and Live Pitch must not disparage Sponsor, any Competition Entity, or any other person or party affiliated with the administration of this Competition.

(g) The Entry and Live Pitch must not contain material that Sponsor deems to be indecent, lewd, pornographic, obscene, hateful, tortious, defamatory, slanderous or libelous; or that Sponsor deems to promote bigotry, racism, activities that are unsafe, hatred or harm against any group or individual, or discrimination based on race, gender, religion, nationality, disability, sexual orientation or age.

Sponsor reserves the right (i) to disregard minor deviations from the guidelines in otherwise compliant Entries; and/or (ii) to obscure, remove, blur, or otherwise edit such elements; or to ask the applicable Entrant to obscure, remove, blur, or edit such elements in otherwise compliant Entries, and to consider any such edited Entries as eligible for the Competition.  

IMPORTANT NOTE (see T&C: Section 11): If the Pitch (in any form) is subsequently produced by a Competition Entity (including, but not limited to producer, judge, studio/network), ATX Television Festival, LLC. shall be credited as a “Producer” of said content in substantially the same manner as other producers of such content and shall be entitled to a gross profit participation to be negotiated in good faith and in accordance with industry customs considering the content’s budget and cast.

SELECTION OF WINNERS

(a)  Judges. For each Round, a panel of 3-6 (or more) people selected by Sponsor (“Judges”) will evaluate the eligible Entries for the Round and will select the Entries to advance to the next Round. The Judges will consist of television industry writers, showrunners, executives, and other professionals.

(b) Judging Criteria. For each Round, the Judges will assign Entries a score ranging from a low of ten (10) points to a high of fifty (50) points for each of the following skill-based criteria (“Judging Criteria”):

  1. Series potential (would this be a TV show that audiences would like to watch?)
    • Episodic potential of series being pitched
    • Entrant’s success in proving this potential
  2. Description of characters/world
    • How clearly is the world explained (i.e. Can you picture “where” the characters exist based on the pitch?)
    • The description of the characters (i.e. Are you able to tell “who” the series is about?)
  3. Clearness/conciseness of the Pitch
    • The Entrant’s ability to clearly deliver the Pitch (Were they succinct?)
    • Were the concept, world, characters, etc. explained in a logical/effective manner?
  4. Style
    • Is the Entrant’s style engaging, provoking, interesting? Do you want to see/hear more about the series?
    • Is the Pitch original? Is it a new story or a familiar story with a fresh take?
  5. Script Sample
    • Does the script sample provided enhance the Pitch’s episodic potential? (i.e. Does the writing bring clarity to and/or reinforce the story’s world, characters, concept, and tone?)
    • Does the script sample provided showcase the Entrant’s ability to write the story being pitched?

In the event of a tie for a Semi-Finalist, Finalist, Runner-Up, or Grand Prize Winner, the potential winner as between any Entrants will be the Entry with the higher score for criterion one – Series Potential. Thereafter, if a tie still remains among any Entries, the potential winner will be selected based on the highest score for the subsequent criteria until the potential winner is determined – with the subsequent order of tie-breaking criteria to be as follows: criteria two-Description of the characters world; then criteria three-Clearness/Conciseness of the Pitch, then criteria four-Style, and then criteria five-Script Sample.

EVALUATION ROUNDS

i. Round One. Open Submissions. Each eligible Entry submitted during the Entry Submission Period shall be evaluated by the Judges using the Judging Criteria, and on or about February 7, 2020, the Judges will select twenty-five (25) Entries (“Open Submission Selectees”) to advance to Round Two of the Competition.

ii. Round Two. Selection of Semi-Finalists. Using the Judging Criteria, on or about  March 4, 2020, the Judges will select twenty (20) Potential Semi-Finalists to advance to Round Three. The pool from which the Judges shall select the Potential Semi-Finalists consists of the Open Submissions Selectees from Round One, as well as (i) fifteen (15) entries selected through The Black List Competition, and (ii) ten (10) Entries selected through the Sundance Episodic Lab Competition, based on their respective, skill-based evaluation systems. 

iii. Round Three. Selection of Finalists. Using the Judging Criteria, on or about April 2, 2020, the Judges will select ten (10) Potential Finalists from the pool of twenty (20) Semi-Finalists. To become a Finalist, the Potential Finalist must confirm attendance at the Festival and return other Finalist Documents no later than thirty (30) calendar days after attempted notification.  Sponsor reserves the right, but is not obligated, to invite a Semi-Finalist(s) to replace any Finalist(s) who is/are unable or unwilling to attend the Festival or who does not confirm by the stated deadline.

iv. Round Four. Selection of Grand Prize Winner and Runner-Ups. Selection of the Grand Prize Winner will take place during the Festival from June 4-7, 2020, in Austin, Texas. Finalists will be invited to the ATX Television Festival to present their Live Pitch in front of the Judges and a live audience. Using the Judging Criteria, the Judges will evaluate the Entries and Live Pitch of the Finalists, and select one (1) Grand Prize Winner, and up to two (2) Runner-Ups. 

Sponsor reserves the right to select and advance fewer Entries for any Round if, in its reasonable judgment, it does not receive a sufficient number of eligible Entries.  

(d) Winner Lists. Each Semi-Finalist, Finalist, and Grand Prize Winner may be called a “Winner.”  Winners’ names will be listed on the Website as follows: Semi-Finalists on or about March 4, 2020; Finalists on or about April 2, 2020; and the Grand-Prize Winner and Runners-Up on or about June 7, 2020. 

(e) Winner Notification, Verification, and Documentation. Sponsor will notify each potential Winner using the contact information included as part of the potential Winner’s Entry. Potential Winners must continue to comply with all provisions of these T&C, and award of a prize is contingent upon fulfilling all requirements. Sponsor reserves the right to ask each Potential Semi-Finalist and Potential Finalist to present proof of eligibility and satisfy other conditions provided in these T&C to be declared a Finalist, Grand Prize Winner, or Runner-Up and to be awarded a prize. Potential Semi-Finalists and Potential Finalists must execute and deliver to Sponsor requested documents via e-mail within five (5) calendar days following an attempted notification. Such documents may include: (i) affidavits confirming eligibility and compliance with these T&C, (ii) liability releases, (iii) publicity releases (where permitted), (iv) license in which the Entrant warrants that he/she is the owner of the Entry (and all the intellectual property rights in therein), and (v) such other documents and personal information as may be reasonably requested by Sponsor.  Failure to execute and deliver any required documents to Sponsor by the specified deadline may result in disqualification from the Competition, forfeit of the prize, and selection of an alternate potential winner. Sponsor is not responsible for suspended or discontinued Internet or wireless phone service that may result in a potential Winner or alternate not receiving a notification. A Potential Winner’s non-receipt of a message from Sponsor for any reason shall not impose any liability on Sponsor.

PRIZES

Prizes are non-transferrable, and no substitution will be made except as provided herein at the Sponsor’s sole discretion. Winners are responsible for all taxes and fees associated with prize receipt and/or use.  

Semi-Finalists (10): Each Semi-Finalist that is not selected to be a Finalist will be entitled to receive one (1) festival badge in the Semi-Finalist’s name to the ATX Television Festival (June 4-7, 2020) in Austin, TX (“Festival”) at no charge (travel and related costs not included).  

(Total Approximate Retail Value (ARV) of each Semi-Finalist Award Package is US$350.)

Finalists (10):  The ten (10) Finalists will each receive: 

  • One (1) Festival Badge in the Finalist’s name to the Festival, and One (1) ticket to the Festival Closing Night screening and after-party. 
  • The most recent version of Final Draft software courtesy of Final Draft, Inc., allowing Finalists to write the treatment and pilot script for their Pitch using the best writing software on the market. 
  • One (1) month of free hosting on The Black List for their script. 
  • An invitation to apply directly to the second round of consideration for the 2020 Sundance Institute Episodic Story Lab with application fee waived.  

(Total Approximate Retail Value (ARV) of each Finalist Award Package is US$670.)

Runners-Up Winners (2): Two runners-up will each receive 

  • One (1) general advisory meeting or phone call with a studio/network executive or showrunner to provide guidance on developing their idea, pitch, and script. 
  • Two (2) months of hosting on The Black List for their script; 
  • One (1) script evaluation on The Black List.
  • One (1) Industry Badge to ATX Television Festival, Season 10 (2021). 

(Total ARV of each Runners-Up Prize Award Package is US$485. Runners-Up will also have received the Semi-Finalists and Finalists Award Packages.)

Grand Prize Winner (1):  One grand prize winner of ATX Television Festival’s The Pitch Competition will receive:

  • A mentor meeting with one of our judges (based on the show’s genre/judges’ availability) to explore the winning pitch idea and gain notes to better develop the series. 
  • After the pitch is honed, the Grand Prize Winner will receive a pitch meeting with one of our studio/network partners (dependent on the show’s genre and style) to try and sell their pilot. 
  • Three (3) months of hosting on The Black List and 
  • Two (2) script evaluations to help fine-tune that pilot script. 
  • One (1) Industry Badge to ATX Television Festival, Season 10 (2021). 

No specific studio or network is guaranteed to hear pitch.

(Total ARV of Grand Prize Winner Award Package is US$715. Grand Prize Winner will also have received the Semi-Finalists and Finalists Award Packages.)

Nothing set forth herein shall be construed to require Sponsor to produce the Festival or any subsequent festival or event at any particular time, or at all. If, for any reason, the Festival does not occur, Sponsor may substitute the Festival component of the prize with a prize or experience of similar quality and/or cash equivalent.  Some prizes to be awarded have no cash equivalent.

Odds of winning a prize depend on the number of eligible entries received during the Entry Submission Period as well as the number of entries received in the Black List Competition and the Sundance Episodic Lab Competition. As explained in Section 6(c)(ii), 25 entries from the Black List Competition and Sundance Episodic Lab Competition will be evaluated in Round Two of the Competition to compete for advancement to Round Three. Any Entrant in the Competition may also enter the Black List Competition or Sundance Episodic Lab Competition. 

IMPORTANT NOTE (see T&C: Section 11): If the Pitch (in any form) is subsequently produced by a Competition Entity (including, but not limited to producer, judge, studio/network), ATX Television Festival, LLC. shall be credited as a “Producer” of said content in substantially the same manner as other producers of such content and shall be entitled to a gross profit participation to be negotiated in good faith and in accordance with industry customs considering the content’s budget and cast.

REPRESENTATIONS & WARRANTIES

By submitting an Entry, each Entrant warrants and represents the following:

  • The Entrant is the exclusive owner and sole author of the Entry (including the video and script therein) and all components thereof are Entrant’s original creative work (and/or the entrant has obtained prior written authorization to act on behalf of any co-creators) and the Entrant’s submission thereof will not infringe, misappropriate, or violate the copyrights, trademarks, rights of privacy, publicity or other intellectual property rights or other rights of any person or entity.
  • Acceptance of the T&C and participation in the Competition, including submission of the Entry, will not conflict with or violate any term or condition of any other agreement to which Entrant is a party, including but not limited to any union or guild regulation.
  • The Pitch is not based on an existing film and is not substantially similar to a pitch Entrant has previously presented to a network or other industry professional.
  • There are no threatened, pending, or current claims, actions, or lawsuits in connection with the Entry, and Entrant agrees to notify Sponsor immediately upon his/her notification of any such claims, actions, or lawsuits.
  • No component of the Entry has been previously published, produced, sold, or optioned by or to anyone, at any time.
  • No component of the Entry has won previous awards.
  • Entrant is submitting the Entry voluntarily on a non-confidential basis.
  • Publication or other use by Sponsor of the Entry via various media including web posting, will not infringe on the rights of any third party.

Entrant will indemnify and hold the Competition Entities harmless from and against any and all claims to the contrary and any demands, actions, causes of action, damages, costs or expenses brought against or suffered or incurred by the Competition Entities, or any of them arising out of or in connection with the participation by the Entrants in this Competition, or the use, in whole or in part, by any Competition Entity of any Entry (or portion thereof) submitted by the Entrant in this Competition.

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