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@XFINITYSports: Win the ultimate sports social media job

Want to win the ultimate sports social media job? Here is your chance to attend the biggest sporting events over the next year and share your amazing behind-the-scenes stories and news with more than 15,000 followers.

XFINITY Sports is holding open auditions to find the new voice for its Twitter account, and here's your opportunity to win a dream job in sports social media.

Contest submissions are open until February 18, and all you'll need to do is create a brief video and statement explaining why you should be the one to take over the @XFINITYSports Twitter handle.

Ten semifinalists will be chosen -- including two "wild card" spots as voted by fans -- and will be tested in Philadelphia with the XFINITY Live! social media evaluation. The top five will then move on, visiting an XFINITY partner and serving as a reporter, sharing the experience with fans. Of those five, the ultimate winner will be chosen.

Head over to the XFINITY Facebook page now to check out the rules, then download the app and get going!

Full prize details include:

- Unparalleled access to the country's premier sporting events

- Annual salary

- XSG Home Studio in Philadelphia apartment

- 12 months of free Comcast/XFINITY service (TV with all sports packages, internet and phone)

NO PURCH.NEC. VOID WHERE PROHIBITED. THIS IS NOT A GAME OF CHANCE. Open only to legal U.S. residents (incl.DC) who are legal adults 18+. For application details and official rules, click here. Enter 12:01a.m. ET on 1/28/13 to 11:59 p.m. ET on 2/18/13.

This Contest is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook. You understand that you are providing your information to Comcast® and not to Facebook. The information you provide will only be used for purposes of administering this Contest.

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