Shorty Social Good Awards

We are now accepting entries for the Shorty Social Good Awards. Early deadline to enter is July 14th, 2016.

The Shorty Social Good Awards honor groundbreaking corporate social responsibility and sustainability campaigns that organizational and marketing teams have worked so hard to realize. While the Shorty Awards have long-honored the best of social media, this competition includes efforts made by organizations to improve sustainability and diversity internally, foster globally-minded business partnerships and increase employee community and civic engagement.

Archived from the 6th Annual Shorty Awards Vineographer

What could you do with six seconds?

The #Vineographer Award presented in partnership with Univision honors the best producers of Vine videos who are able to truly fit Univision’s mission to inform empower and entertain. Vine has changed the game for video producers by provoking a new type of artist. These video mavericks rise to the challenge; they not only make high quality content that viewers watch repeatedly, but artfully craft vines which inform, empower and entertain a world-wide audience all within six seconds.

Eligible Vineographers include people that use Vine to inform others such as news makers and reporters, or those who use their Vines to empower others by teaching them new skills and mobilizing to take action, or those who use Vine to entertain others through their ingenious six second works such as actors, musicians and comedians.

Anyone can make an amazing several minute video, but it takes a great Vineographer to be a video-genius by making the same quality video in only six seconds!

Finalists

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CupcakeDude
I love creating new things and looking at things in different ways. I have been baking and cooking since I was twelve and founded the Secret Recipe Club where we made the famous Skittle/Starburst brownie. I now run a small bakery in Salt Lake City, Utah. And I am helping to launch a new cupcake brand in Mumbai India as a baking consultant. My fa...
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Pinot
Indonesian father of Neverland family. Believe in dream, graphic design and Apple. Work as Illustrator & Animator in Kuwait. http://about.me/pinot Short video is my main tool to deliver message in social media. Traditional hand-drawn animation & analog stop-motion is my main technique for the video, to differentiate myself with other artists.
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Cody Johns
Hi everyone! I am Cody Johns and I make 6 second videos! I am so honored to be nominated for such a prestigious award. Not only am I a Viner, I am the Creative Director at a company called Niche, where we help to get social media artists work with top brands! I am in the business of helping follow social media folks make a living doing what they...
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Logan Paul
Logan Paul is an 18-year-old college freshman, currently attending Ohio University in Athens, Ohio. Logan grew up in a suburb outside of Cleveland with his younger brother, Jake Paul. The two have loved being adventurous and outgoing their whole lives, which has paved the way for success in front of a video camera. Beginning on YouTube as a seve...
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jake paul
I'm Jake Paul, and I'm 16 years old soon to be 17. I like to make people laugh no matter what circumstance. You can watch me in action on Vine @ Jake Paul.
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Marcus Johns
Emily Belz of WORLD wrote on Dec. 26, 2013, Marcus Johns is "popular and inoffensive, though not profound by any stretch. As one of the monarchs of Vine, Johns is also the most accessible to all ages of the Viners I've watched. His Vines have great physical comedy (in many of them he is shirtless), funny voices, and storytelling (see his latest,...
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Carter Reynolds
Eric Levitz of Heavy wrote on Jan. 6, 2014, "Carter Reynolds is the Justin Bieber of six-second iPhone videos. A few days ago, Carter decided it was time he got himself 200,000 Twitter followers. As of this writing, Carter has 194,806, and #CarterTo200k is one of the top Twitter terms in the United States."