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Call for Entries: 2014 CBI National Student Production Awards
Mar 17, 2014 - The CBI board of directors has released entry information for the 13th annual Student Production Awards. Submissions are being accepted until May 9, 2014. Awards will be presented as part of the third annual National Student Electronic Media Convention, to be held Oct. 23 - 25, 2014 at the Renaissance Seattle.
The National Student Production Awards honor outstanding student work in electronic media, and include more than 20 submission categories, including promos, news reporting, best DJ, comedy, entertainment, many sports categories and more for TV/video and radio, as well as general categories in station imaging, website design and the new social media presence. For each category, up to four finalists are chosen and announced before the conference. Winners and finalists are honored at the awards presentation. A complete list of all 24 categories is online.
In 2013, 700 entries were submitted, and 94 entries chosen as finalists and winners. Steven Hames is the awards coordinator. Advisers and industry professionals interested in judging contest entries may contact Hames at 706-368-6963 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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