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The Old State House Museum has relaunched its podcasting/filmmaking competition for a second year, soliciting both Arkansas students in grades 5-12 as well as adults 18 and up for Arkancentric pieces about anything from 1836 to the present.

Last year’s winners included entries on the history of Jonesboro, rockabilly legend Sonny Burgess and the key Civil War Battle of Prarie Grove.

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Entries, both audio and visual, must be ten minutes or less and postmarked by February 28, 2011.

For more information, official rules and entry forms, visit the Digital Shorts website.

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