WTAMU

March 7, 2018

CONTACT:    Dr. Emily Kinsky, 806-651-2412, ekinsky@wtamu.edu

WTAMU’s NBS Chapter Wins Six Grand Prizes at National Conference

 

CANYON, Texas—West Texas A&M University’s chapter of the National Broadcasting Society earned six grand prizes, two chapter awards and four member awards at the 76th annual conference of the National Broadcasting Society March 3 in Washington, D.C.

The winners are listed below with projects in both audio and video categories

Audio Production Grand Prizes
Audio Studio or Live Performance Segment
“Let You Go – Sonya ft Prince Myllz” by Dymyll Jones

Audio Station Imaging
“Two Hour Two Step” by Shannon Strickler

Video Production Grand Prizes
Video Studio or Live Performance Segment
“One Sessions – Pastor Murray – He’s The One” by Keila Valdez, Tran Nguyen, Frank Navarrete and One Sessions Crew

Video Entertainment and/or Music Program
“One Sessions: Pastor Murray” by Keila Valdez, Tran Nguyen, Frank Navarrete and One Sessions Crew

Video Newscast (Prerecorded)
“News One: Today” by Mark Baker, Frank Navarrete and News One Crew

Video Commercials
“WT Homecoming” by Mark Baker, Tran Nguyen & Maroon Productions

Chapter Awards
Chapter of the Year
West Texas A&M University

Best Multiple-Activity Participation
Community Service Award

Member Awards
Rookie Member of the Year
Chase Brady

Student Member of the Year – Honorable Mention
Keila Valdez

Adviser of the Year – Honorable Mention
Randy Ray

Adviser of the Year – Honorable Mention
Emily Kinsky

About National Broadcasting Society
Since its founding in 1941, the National Broadcasting Society has helped prepare college students for a career in digital media through leadership opportunities, community service, and involvement in the industry. The NBS chapter at WTAMU meets weekly on campus, which allows students to network and learn beyond the classroom to prepare them for careers in audio and video production.

—WTAMU—


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