The Crystal Awards Guides the Explosion of Internet Video

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Finally anyone who wants to achieve their 15 minutes of fame can do so, through submitting their short (3-10 min.) video to the Crystal Awards Film Festival.

Over the last year, sites like YouTube, GoogleVideo, and AOL Video have helped to fuel an explosion in short internet videos. Just about any entertainment or informational content is now available with the click of a mouse.

But how can one separate the wheat from the chaff? In other words, out of the thousands of videos submitted to these sites every day, how can one find the few that represent quality work?

The Crystal Awards does just that, by both promoting and rewarding the best videos submitted.

Anyone can submit a video by going to their site (

Each video is reviewed by a panel of expert judges. When a truly worthy submission is received, they promote it through blogs, RSS feeds, press releases, and online forums.

This represents a new business model for the entertainment industry. You don't need a film studio or record company or TV network behind you. If you can create a high quality video that can be uploaded to an internet site, you can achieve a measure of fame just by submitting it to the Crystal Awards site.


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