Share a photo of your mom and it could appear on KSAT for Mother’s Day.
Celebrating Mother’s Day with KSAT Connect Photo Submission
Sunday, May 14th is Mother’s Day, a day to celebrate the most important women in our lives. That’s why KSAT invites you to join the celebration by sharing a photo of your mom or any other notable mother figures in your life. Who knows, your submission might even make it to the TV screen!
Mother’s Day is celebrated annually on the second Sunday in May in the USA. It’s a time to honor and appreciate the immense contributions and unconditional love these women have poured out into our lives. This year, KSAT Connect offers you a chance to let your moms know how much you adore and cherish them.
Submitting your photo is easy, all you need to do is access the KSAT Weather Authority app or visit the KSAT Connect web page. We highly recommend using the app to access KSAT Connect regularly. Once logged in or registered for a free KSAT Insider (Member) account, click the camera icon, and select the photo or video of your choice. Choose the appropriate channel and category and add a description to tell us about your submission. Click the orange button at the bottom to download, and that’s it!
It’s heartwarming to see the photos that have already been shared by others. Gabby shares a beautiful photo of her mother, Yvonne, standing between her husband and daughter in a gray reunion shirt. Yvonne, a mother of five children, including Gabby, is a wonderful woman with a big heart and several grandchildren whom she adores. Another submitter, Rocio at KSAT, shares an old photograph of herself as a “chimuela (toothless girl)” standing alongside her mother. The photo, she says, brings back beautiful childhood memories.
So, join the Mother’s Day celebration by sharing a photo or video of the amazing women in your life with KSAT Connect. Don’t forget to follow the publishing guide for a seamless experience. Happy Mother’s Day to all the moms and mother figures out there!
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