With 250,000 votes cast, there was no question that 33 local high schools were in the competition to win. The first ever “FOX 50 Lip Dub Project” was a FOX 50 community initiative launched in Super Bowl XLV.
Students worked with teachers to conceive and produce a music video “lip syncing” the words of their selected song. The music video was shot in one take with no editing allowed, other than inserting the music track over the video.
The top 3 videos, determined by most online votes, would win one-of-three cash prizes including the grand prize of $10,000!
38 submission videos came from 33 different high schools in the FOX 50 viewing area. With 25 cities represented and 18 of the 22 counties in the FOX 50 viewing area included – The winners are:
Grand Prize $10,000 awarded to Clayton High School
First Runner up – $ 5000 awarded to Apex High School
Second Runner up – $2,500 awarded to Hobbton High School
TO VIEW WINNING VIDEOS GO TO http://www.fox50.com/lipdub
“The submissions we received were diverse, creative and entertaining.” said Thomas Schenck, VP/GM of FOX 50. “We are so proud of all the students and teachers who entered and worked together for a common goal.”
The “FOX 50 Lip Dub Project” was sponsored by the Goodwill Community Foundation and open to all public and private high schools located within the following North Carolina counties: Chatham, Cumberland, Durham, Edgecombe, Franklin, Granville, Halifax, Harnett, Hoke, Johnston, Lee, Moore, Nash, Orange, Person, Sampson, Vance, Wake, Warren, Wayne or Wilson.
FOX 50 Lip Dub Project returns next February 2012 for a brand new competition.
Thanks to FOX 50’s Aolani Donegan for this capcom story & these capcom graphics.