Presenting My Local Weather – Video Competition
What’s the weather and climate like around you, and why does it change? The
Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society (AMOS) is running a national video competition! We invite school students to explore weather and climate in their local surroundings and present it in a (2 min max) video.
|When:||Tuesday, July 3 2018 till Friday, August 31 2018. 9:00 AM to 10:30 PM|
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|Topic:||Environment and nature|
The search for Australia’s next top weather presenter is on! The Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society (AMOS) is launching a national video competition. What’s the weather like around you, and why does it change? We invite school students to explore their local weather and climate, and present it to camera.
We have some fantastic online resources featuring weather experts Nate Byrne (ABC News Breakfast), Jane Bunn (Seven News Melbourne Weather), and Ben Domensino (Weatherzone). They’ll show you how to interpret a weather chart, guide you through the flow of a weather report, and tell you where to find weather information for your area. There are also tips on screen presentation, shooting on location, and video editing.
Participants can film and enter their own (2 minutes max) video. Winning entries in each state and territory receive fabulous prizes. More information.
Jeanette DargavilleAustralian Meteorological and Oceanographic SocietyEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: 0404 471 143