This round of See. Snap. Send. is called “Intriguing Architecture.” We’re looking for photographs that are either of interesting architecture and/or are interesting photos of everyday architecture. Look around your community, snap that picture and send it in! The photo with the most liked on our Facebook page at the end of the challenge will be featured on our Sherlock Season 3 program page.
Please send all “Intriguing Architecture” photographs to email@example.com by Thursday, Dec. 12.
Participation in any See. Snap. Send. is automatically deemed as acceptance of the following rules:
Submit one original still photograph that reflects the theme of the monthly photo challenge by emailing a medium-sized image file (between 200k and 1mb) to Kellie May at kmay@CETconnect.org. Please include your name to be published online with the photo as well as an email address and phone number, which will only be used if there are questions or concerns with your submission.
Once the See. Snap. Send. submission time has closed, accepted photos will be shared in a photo gallery on www.Facebook.com/CETconnect and www.Facebook.com/ThinkTV. Viewers will be encouraged to “like” their favorite photos in the galleries. The photo with the most “likes” will be featured on the stations' social networks and websites, www.CETconnect.org and www.thinktv.org, along with the photographer’s name. By submitting, you agree to allow CET and ThinkTV to publish or share your photo, with your name, online, in print or over-the-air without notification and without compensation.
Liabilities and Rights:
CET and ThinkTV do not necessarily endorse any particular photo, messages, or advice expressed therein, and expressly disclaims any and all liability in connection with the submitted photos, including disputes between collaborators related to a photo submission.
See. Snap. Send. and CET/ThinkTV do not permit copyright infringing activities or infringement of any other intellectual property rights, and Contest Sponsors reserve the right to remove and disqualify any submission they deem to be in violation of another party's copyright or other intellectual property rights.
CET and ThinkTV reserve the right, at any time, to verify the validity of entries and to disqualify any submission or entry deemed not in compliance or any entry deemed not in accordance with these rules or found to be inappropriate in content or context.
CET and ThinkTV assume no liability or responsibility for any loss or harm resulting from any user's participation in or attempt to participate in See. Snap. Send. or ability or inability to upload, download or otherwise access any information in connection with participation. The station assumes no responsibility or liability for technical problems or technical malfunction arising in connection with any of the following occurrences which may affect the operation of the photo challenge: hardware or software errors; faulty computer, telephone, cable, satellite, network, electronic, wireless or Internet connectivity or other online communication problems; errors or limitations of any Internet service providers, servers, hosts or providers; garbled, jumbled or faulty data transmissions; failure of any email transmissions to be sent or received; lost, late, delayed or intercepted email transmissions; inaccessibility to access Facebook or www.CETconnect.org/www.thinktv.org in whole or in part for any reason; traffic congestion on the Internet; unauthorized human or non-human intervention of the operation of See. Snap. Send., including without limitation, unauthorized tampering, hacking, theft, virus, bugs, worms; or destruction of any aspect of See. Snap. Send., or loss, miscount, misdirection, inaccessibility or unavailability of an email account used in connection with the photo challenge.
ThinkTV is a non-profit, public media corporation. Each month, our non-commercial broadcast stations, WPTD (Dayton) and WPTO (Oxford/Cincinnati), are watched by more Ohioans than any other public television organization in Ohio. The stations serve the 3.5 million people of southwestern and west central Ohio and reach more than 20 percent of all of the state's school districts.