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 Friday, 13 September, 2002, 15:23 GMT 16:23 UK
September 11 Videolog
September 11: One Year On
HAVE YOUR SAY: Post your thoughts and feelings about September 11, in VIDEO or AUDIO, here


On September 11, 2001, a series of attacks was launched against the US.

The consequences are still being felt today.

What do you want to say about September 11 and its aftermath?

The September 11 Videolog offers you a multimedia community forum to help commemorate the events of September 11, 2001. The site will support and stream your messages in VIDEO and AUDIO.


September 11
September 11, 2001

Here's a reminder of how the world responded after the attacks.



Your contributions
Paviter S. Jahangir, Singapore
Posted: 13 September 2002
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"This is just my way of portraying the fighting spirit and patriotism of the Americans during the September 11 period. I'm not an American, but the patriotism that the Americans have shown should be saluted. I came up with this design, just a way of showing and sharing my feelings for all those involved in the September 11 attacks."


Jeff Ord, Firemaster, Strathclyde Fire Brigade, Scotland
Posted: 11 September 2002

"I'm very proud of everything that the UK Fire Service has done for our colleagues in the United States, and their families."







Masaharu Yamagishi, Tokyo, Japan
Posted: 11 July 2002
Masaharu Yamagishi, Tokyo, Japan

"People and students who live all over the world should become peaceful. No more confrontation. No more fighting. And no more war. Let's be more good friends. I hope so."





How to send your message:

When you have your correctly encoded file that is under one megabyte in size, e-mail it to us as an attachment, together with your name and the country you live in, to: september11.videolog@bbc.co.uk

Alternatively, if you are able to ftp your file, then you can ftp it to ftp://ftp.bbc.co.uk/ The username is: newsdrop. The password is: ubstittd. Please mark your file in the format: filename_vl.ext. It would be helpful if you could also send an e-mail alert to the above address, providing details of your name and the country you live in.

If you're sending an audio message, don't forget to send a picture as well - a JPG is best.


Conditions of submission:

1. The BBC will only use your personal information for the purposes of identifying you and your town or city and/or country of residence. The BBC will not use your personal information for any other purpose. If you wish to know more, please refer to the BBC's

2. All contributions (which may include audio, graphics, video or text) to the "September 11 Videolog" global community site must be original unpublished works.

3. Video contributions shall only be accepted from contributors 18 years of age and over.

4. Contributions promoting or advertising commercial enterprises, products or services shall not be accepted for publication by the BBC.

5. The publication of contributions shall be at the discretion of the BBC who also reserve the right to edit any contribution.

6. The author of the contribution grants to the BBC a perpetual, irrevocable, royalty free licence to publish the contribution on any media platform now known or later developed for the full term of any rights that may exist in such contribution, such licence to be exclusive for one year from the date of the BBC's first publication, and a non-exclusive licence to publish the contribution thereafter.

7. The author warrants that the contribution is not defamatory or infringes any law.

8. The submission of a contribution indicates the author's acceptance of these Conditions and the BBC's


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