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Check out the leaders in our 30-second video pitch contest

SXSW 2014 banner in downtown Austin.

Above: SXSW 2014 banner in downtown Austin.

Image Credit: Dylan Tweney, VentureBeat

VentureBeat’s 30-second pitch contest, formerly known as WinSXSW, is going strong. And it’s not too late to enter for a shot at more than $100,000 in prizes and investment — not to mention coverage, glory, fame, and honor.

This year, with a more agile VentureBeat-Buzzstarter team, we were able to interview 160 startups throughout different events at SXSW. This doesn’t include the videos that startups have created themselves and uploaded through the contest site.

And while the interactive portion of SXSW is over, you can still enter the contest by entering your own 30-second pitch at www.win30s.com. You’ve got until Saturday, March 15, at 11:59pm Pacific time.

And don’t forget to vote for your favorites!

Check back on VentureBeat on Monday, March 24, to find out who the ultimate winners are.

In the meantime, here are the winners from the first three days of voting:

Locus Social, Inc.’s Mapulse is a mobile app available for iOS that lets you discover location based trends and photos in real time:

PixC (turns average images into awesome ones by editing and removing the background) was the second-day winner. Caution: We shot this one at a party, and the sound is very loud. Turn down your speakers before you click play:

Macho (a multimodal travel search engine) was the day three winner:

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