‘Story For Glory’ talent hunt invites storytellers in Hindi and English

A talent hunt for storytellers offers a chance for creatives across the country to show off their skills and win cash prizes.

Titled “Story for Glory,” the program aims to provide a “boost to the pipeline of talented content creators and future storytellers,” according to a press release.

Divided into video and written categories, entrants fluent in English and Hindi can submit their entries on a theme of their choice on storyforglory.in by May 28.

Entrants must submit a two-minute video or 500-word article on topics such as general news and current affairs, business and economics, science and technology, lifestyle, or the arts and Culture.

The program is divided into two phases. In the first phase, a jury will select 20 entries and these creators can participate in an eight-week fellowship program to hone their skills. The fellowship will include a two-week course at the Mudra Institute of Communications in Ahmedabad and six weeks of mentorship with media publishing houses.

Then, participants will put their craft to the test in a final round from which the top 12 storytellers will be selected. The top twelve entrants will receive cash prizes and placement opportunities.

The program is deployed by Dailyhunt in collaboration with Adani Media Initiatives.

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