We want to see your videos of the Olympic Torch relay in Hull and East Yorkshire
Smartphones at the ready: The arrival of the Olympic Torch is set to be the most comprehensively filmed event in East Yorkshire's history.
And it won't just be news organisations recording the action: as the flame is carried through the region, anyone with a camera or phone is capable of capturing a must-see moment.
However, in the fast-moving world of breaking news and social networks, getting a video seen by a large audience - and getting paid for your efforts - isn't easy.
Now, This Is Hull And East Riding has teamed up with Newsflare, the UK’s first dedicated video news social network and marketplace, to help people capture, share and sell newsworthy video.
Come and discover the wildlife at Blacktoft Sands nature reserve for just £6. Offer includes entry for 2 adults and up to 3 children, binocular hire and activities for children. Normal value £12.
Terms: Redeem voucher at visitor reception during opening hours, 9am to 5pm. Only, one pair of binoculars per voucher, customers will need to leave car keys as a deposit for binoculars.
Contact: 01405 800024
Valid until: Saturday, June 15 2013
We want to see your videos of the torch being carried through East Yorkshire and we'll pay for the very best clips.
Bevan Thomas, commercial director of Newsflare, says there are three simple tips to remember when capturing a clip for sale to a news organisation.
He said: "Firstly, hold the camera 'landscape', so sideways if using a smartphone."
"Secondly, Hold the camera still and stay on a subject for at least 10 seconds.
"Thirdly, Upload it quickly - the faster it is uploaded, the more likely it is to sell!"
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