Public broadcasting matters. It’s shaped the lives of all Americans and people all over the world. Show your support for public media by sending a video.


What Can I Submit?

We’re asking for photos and videos. Use the form below to upload your media. For videos, you can either upload your file to us here, or upload it to your own YouTube channel and then give us the link below or in email at video@millionpuppetmarch.com.



Email address*:


First name:


Last name:


Zip code:


YouTube Video URL:






We Want 4 Different Types of Videos:

1. Puppets Marching: Make a 30-60 second video with puppets marching left to right on screen. We will add it to our YouTube channel playlist to create the world’s longest “Virtual Million Puppet March.”

2. Testimonials: Say something about what public media means to you.playlist to create the world’s longest “Virtual Million Puppet March.”

3. Puppet Story: Tell an original story using puppets.

4. Music Video: We wrote a song and we want to make a fun video with you singing it. Get your karaoke puppet ready and sing! The lyrics are on our site.


Tips to Making a Great Video

Clear sound is crucial.
If no one can hear it, no one will watch it. Make sure to shoot in quiet environments and project your voice.

Don’t backlight.
Make sure light is on your face and not behind it — i.e. don’t sit in front of a bright window.

Title and tag your video.
Use the title “Million Puppet March” and include your name and location - ex: “Million Puppet March: Michael and Chris in LA”. Use tags to describe your video so that other people can find it — ex: “My favorite PBS show” or “How PBS helped me as a kid”.

Family-friendly.
Please keep the content as family-friendly as possible.