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[December 22, 2012]

Hisense Announces $15,000 Contest for Jingle and Audio Logo

(PR Web Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Suwanee, GA (PRWEB) December 22, 2012 Hisense, a leader in technology and innovation, announces two contests with a prize of $15,000 each for an audio logo and a jingle. The audio logo should only be one second in duration. Simply say the word “Hisense” and upload it to sound.hisense.com. Hisense will make their selection based upon the uniqueness, health, and distinctive sound of the voice for their audio logo.

The jingle should be between three to five seconds, focused on Hisense’s motto, “For the Improvement of Consumer’s Life Quality” to be used on the startup on all Hisense mobile devices and televisions. The jingle should be short and distinctive. Similar jingles would be the NBC chimes, the Intel chimes, McDonald’s “I’m Lovin’ It!”, etc. Both contests carry a prize purse of $15,000.

Contestants are invited to upload as many audio logos and jingles as they would like. The preliminary contest closes on January 2nd, 2013. During the preliminary contest, users are invited to vote on their favorite submission. All submissions received after the deadline will not be considered for the prize. After the preliminary contest closes, the quarter-finals will begin. The quarter-finals will run from January 3rd to January 5th, 2013. During the quarter-finals a professional committee will select up to 20 of the popular works and 10 professional works qualified to proceed to the finals. Hisense will select winners according to the committee’s judgments and popular vote. Winners will be announced on January 12th, 2013.

Hisense is a consumer electronics company specializing in digital media such as smart phones, and TVs, as well as refrigerators, and air conditioners, and other household appliances with products sold in over 200 countries worldwide. Founded in 1969, Hisense is a global corporation employing over 60,000 people worldwide. Hisense has received several recognitions and awards for innovation, technology, design, and quality. In addition to their commitment to quality and to being on the forefront of technology as an innovator, Hisense also partners with several large well-known companies such as IBM, Hitachi, Whirlpool, and AMD. With an annual growth rate of 30% in the last five years, Hisense is poised to become one of the fastest growing and largest consumer electronics and household appliance companies throughout the world.

Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2012/12/prweb10263543.htm (c) 2012 PRWEB.COM Newswire

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