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'ONE Thing We Agree On' Winners

'ONE Thing We Agree On' Winners

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'ONE Thing We Agree On' Winners
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WASHINGTON, April 4 -- ONE Campaign issued the following news release:After hundreds of submissions from artists and activists around the world, ONE and iStockphoto arepleased to announce the winners of the 'ONE Thing We Agree On' contest hosted on the multimediaplatform, Zooppa.com. The challenge was for creative minds to develop a video or print piece that showcases rivals unitingto fight issues such as poverty, famine and disease. Entrants were encouraged to think outside thebox and submit in-your-face, edgy, fun and/or funny briefs. The winners were chosen by a team of judges that included Jesse Dylan, Founder of Wondros;America Ferrera, actress and activist; Tom Freston, ONE Chairman of the Board and former CEO of Viacom and MTV Networks; Andrew Saunders, Getty Images Senior Vice President of CreativeImagery and Product Development; and Jeff Davidoff, ONE Chief Marketing Officer. Twelve winners in total - six print winners and six video winners - are sharing $20,000 dollars and35,000 free credits from iStockphoto.Without further delay, here are the first two winners in Print:- Gayfox- Amy Nicholsand in Video:- Mike Darling- MyMediaGuyCheck the ONE blog for the winning submissions.About iStockphotoiStockphoto offers easy, affordable inspiration with millions of vetted, royalty-free photos,illustrations, videos and audio tracks. Using the most advanced search in the business, customersdownload a file every second from a collection of more than ten million files for business, marketingand personal projects. iStockphoto started in 2000, pioneering the micropayment photographybusiness model, and has become one of the most successful and profitable user-generated contentsites in the world. iStockphoto pays out more than $1.7 million weekly in artist royalties. iStockphotois headquartered in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, and is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Getty Images.

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