Chad Ochocinco wants to take you to the Super Bowl. No, he won’t be playing in the big game. Not even if his Pats make it to football’s Promised Land. Anybody who owns Chad in fantasy knows that. Instead, Ochocinco will be covering the big game for the OCNN.
What is the OCNN?
Why it’s the Ochocinco News Network and it is America’s first ever athlete-driven news network.
OCNN is teaming up with Motorola to take one lucky fan to the Super Bowl where they’ll work on radio row along with Chad covering the week leading up to the big game in Indianapolis. As Editor-in-Chief, Ochocinco has covered past events such as parties and other Super Bowl happenings. Now he wants to give one lucky fan the chance to join his team.
All you’ve got to do is make a 30-second video answering the question, “Why should Motorola send you to the Super Bowl to be an OCNN reporter?” Once you’ve made your best pitch, hop over to Motorola’s Facebook page and submit your video for the contest. Motorola will post the videos allowing fans to vote. From there the fans, a panel of OCNN judges and Chad himself will choose the five finalists. Just by being in the top five you’ll get yourself a DROID RAZAR by Motorola with one lucky finalist earning the grand prize – an official assignment to cover the action during Super Bowl week.
But I’ll just let Chad explain it to you himself after the jump.
As a reminder, OCNN is “America’s First Athlete-Driven News Network.” Using only Motorola devices, Chad Ochocinco and his news team are able to break news via their social networks before traditional outlets. With their high-profile appeal, Chad and his team have no problems getting the inside scoop from teammates, opponents, coaches, celebrity friends, and even get VIP access to the exclusive parties. Chad is the Ultimate Insider as his fame and likeness allow him to get inside access to places traditional media outlets wish they could go.