I was unable to submit the following message to NewsOK (Our largest Oklahoma City newspaper) today using their online contact form.

NewsOK doesn't like URLs in forms

As a result, I’m posting the message (with all the links) here and submitting this single blog URL to them.

Back in April 2009 a representative of Miles Electric Vehicles of Tulsa showed my 2 children and I one of their Miles Electric Vehicles, and we made a video for a “Film on the Fly” cell phone digital storytelling contest sponsored by the PBS affiliate in Orange County, CA. We actually won 1st place in the contest! This would be a great story for NewsOK to cover even though it happened a few months ago. Our video is on both:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4AMc3ZqQ6RU
and
http://filmonthefly.ning.com/video/go-green-go-electric

The announcement of us winning 1st is on the Film on the Fly site:
http://filmonthefly.ning.com/profiles/blogs/earth-day-film-on-the-fly

My family and I live in Edmond. My cell is [removed from post] if you want to contact me about this. Thanks!

Wes

Wesley Fryer
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