We conducted a baseline survey in all 106 communities to gather data used to block communities for treatment assignment (see table S5). The survey was portrayed to participants as an independent survey from Princeton University. The sample for our baseline survey in each community was a randomly selected group of self-identified Nollywood film watchers (those who would likely purchase the Nollywood treatment film). In 88% of all communities, we interviewed between 12 and 20 people in the community; because of rigorous quality checks, 11 communities retained fewer than 12 participants (a minimum of 8). The number of surveys completed was balanced across treatment conditions (average = 15 completed surveys under the placebo condition and 16 under the treatment condition). The survey measured a range of norms about corruption and corruption reporting. Surveyors also confirmed that the 106 communities had a video CD film seller (one of our treatment delivery methods) and reception from our mobile phone company partner.

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