Katy Perry and "Good Morning America" have collaborated on a contest.
Send GMA a two minute video of you and others at your school performing your own rendition of "Roar" for a chance to win "Good Morning America"'s "Roar With Katy Perry" contest.The qualified school of one lucky student representative entrant will win a live concert by the chart-topping artist to be held at the school on or about October 25, 2013. The concert will also be broadcast on "Good Morning America."
Wouldn't you like to have Katy Perry roar into your school? Then enter between September 11th and October 1st
GOOD MORNING AMERICA'S "ROAR with Katy Perry" OFFICIAL CONTEST RULES
NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN.
Contest sponsored by Good Morning America ("GMA") and American Broadcasting Companies, Inc. ("ABC"), (collectively, the "Sponsors").
Entrants to Good Morning America's "ROAR with Katy Perry" Contest ("Contest") must be currently enrolled as high school students, legal residents of the 48 contiguous United States or the District of Columbia and 13 (thirteen) years old or older. An entrant will be considered a student representative of his or her school, which, in order to qualify for the grand prize, must be exempt from taxes under the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended. To be considered a valid submission, all entrants are subject to confirmation of their enrollment status, qualification of their school's tax exemption status, and the willingness of their qualified school to host the Katy Perry grand prize concert on or about October 25, 2013.
Any individuals (including but not limited to employees, consultants, independent contractors, and interns) who have, within the past six months, performed services for the Sponsors, any organizations responsible for sponsoring, fulfilling, administering, advertising or promoting the Contest or supplying the prize, and their respective parent, subsidiary, affiliated and successor companies, and immediate family and household members of such individuals, are not eligible to enter. "Immediate family members" shall mean parents, step-parents, children, step-children, siblings, step-siblings, or spouses. "Household members" shall mean people who share the same residence at least three months a year.
How to Enter:
To enter, navigate the Internet to www.goodmorningamerica.com and click on the link for Good Morning America's "ROAR with Katy Perry" Contest which will take you to the Contest home page. There you will find instructions on the appropriate and acceptable file formats and sizes for submitting your entry electronically. Submit a video up to two minutes in length of your own interpretation of any portion of Katy Perry's song "ROAR". You MUST use Katy Perry's audio recording of "Roar" in your submission. You are prohibited from using any other music, songs, melodies, recordings, or lyrics in your videotaped entry.
Submissions may include singing or lip synching to the song. You may ONLY (a) lip synch silently to the music or (b) sing along to the music. Any variation from or violation of this rule shall result in disqualification of the entry.
Submissions may also include dancing or other types of performance. All participants in the video must be affiliated with your school and may include students, teachers and administrators. Included in your submission must also be a brief essay, up to a maximum of 100 words, that describes the idea behind your video.
You warrant and represent that all of the Materials submitted by you are original to you (and not based on or derived from any other materials), that you own all necessary rights in and to the Materials (with the exception of the rights to "Roar") which are fully transferable, and that you are not subject to any recording agreement, production agreement, union or guild agreement, or any similar agreement which would interfere with your ability to enter into this Contest or grant all of the rights to be provided hereunder. Accordingly, you further warrant and represent that you have the right to enter into this agreement and grant the rights hereunder without the need for permission from or payment to any other party and the exercise of the rights set forth herein [and in the Contest Rules] by the Sponsors will not violate any third party rights and will not violate any contractual obligations or confidential relationships which you may have to or with any third party.
Any entries submitted with inappropriate or offensive content will be immediately disqualified. No entry may be submitted in any other contest or promotion.
Upon submission, you will see a thank you message on your screen indicating that you have successfully entered. You will not receive a further acknowledgement. Free internet access is available at most public libraries.
Contest Entry Period: Good Morning America's "ROAR with Katy Perry" Contest entry period begins 7:00 a.m. Eastern Time ("ET") on September 11, 2013 and ends at 5:00 p.m. ET on October 1, 2013 (the "Contest Period"). Sponsors' computer is the official clock for this Contest.
Judging Procedure, Notification and Finalists Judging:
Eligible entries will be judged on the basis of creativity, on-air appeal, "wow" factor, originality and feasibility of a live performance at the entrant's qualified school. Decisions of the judges are final as to all Contest-related matters.
One entry will be chosen as the winning entry by the judges. The entrant's qualified school is considered the Winner ("Winner"), and an authorized administrative representative from the school must acknowledge acceptance of the prize on behalf of the entrant and the school. For the avoidance of doubt, the entrant who submitted the winning entry is a student representative of his or her qualified school, and he or she is not eligible to receive a prize in his or her individual or personal capacity.
The Entrant who submitted the winning entry on behalf of his or school will be notified on by email or phone on about October 10, 2013 that his or her school has been selected for the grand prize. The entrant has forty-eight (48) hours to acknowledge the notification of Sponsors' selection of his or her school as the winner. Failure to do so may result in forfeiture of the grand prize. Upon satisfaction of all rules and conditions, including the additional acknowledgment of prize acceptance from an authorized administrative representative from the Entrant's school, the Entrant and other members of the school must be available to be videotaped by Good Morning America sometime between October 10 and October 25, 2013 for one or more videotaped and live segments the broadcast may produce related to the Contest and Concert. The school that wins must also be willing and able to host the Concert on school grounds on or about October 25, 2013.
In the event the Entrant or school ("Winner") is deemed ineligible, fails to comply with contest procedures, or a sufficient number of school members are not available to participate as specified, then the first runner-up Entrant's school will be selected to host the Katy Perry concert on Good Morning America, time permitting, or Sponsors reserve the right to terminate the contest at their discretion.
In the event of a tie, the entry with the highest score in the creativity category will be declared the winner.
The Contest prize is a live concert by Katy Perry on or about October 25, 2013. The concert will also be broadcast on Good Morning America. Final concert details (time of concert, length of concert, location of concert, etc.) are at the sole discretion of the Sponsors.
The Entrant and Entrant's winning school will be featured in videotaped and/or live broadcast segments on Good Morning America, as determined by the Sponsors.
All videotape and live production will be determined at the sole discretion of the Sponsors. The winning school is not entitled to exchange or transfer the prize or to obtain cash or other substitutes, but Sponsors, in their sole discretion, may substitute prizes of equal or greater value.
Any appearance on Good Morning America is subject to availability. Sponsors are not responsible for cancellation or preemption of show or for other circumstances that make it impractical or impossible to fulfill this element of the prize. The appearance portion of the prize has no approximate retail value and if it becomes impractical or impossible to fulfill this or any element, Sponsors' only obligation will be to provide the remainder of prize, if any.
Federal, state, and local taxes associated with the receipt or use of the prize, if any, are the sole responsibility of the winning school. An authorized administrative representative of the winning school must provide a validly completed IRS Form W-9 to the Sponsors. An IRS Form 1099 reflecting the final actual value of any prize valued at $600 or more, if required by law, will be issued to the winning school by the Sponsors. The approximate retail value of the prize is $250,000.00. (Two hundred and fifty thousand dollars).The final value of the prize will be determined at the sole discretion of the Sponsors based upon elements used to fulfill the prize.