CONGRATULATIONS to the winners of the 2016 NATAS-Lower Great Lakes Student Production Awards!
We are thrilled to recognize some truly outstanding work done by high school students in our Chapter.
Our judges were impressed with the overall quality and abilities of these young broadcasters. Their creativity and technical skills made this a very competitive field.
The awards were judged by broadcasting professionals who are active in the NATAS Chapter and in the region’s Emmy® Awards. They include award-winning reporters, producers, educators and managers.
We look forward to seeing even more work next year! Look for the 2016 Call for Entries late this year.
AND THE WINNERS ARE…..
3-10-16 News – Hoover High School
Amelia Zerbe – Anchor, Pre-Show Tease
Carly Sabella – News Anchor
Caroline Voegele – News Anchor
Elaine Werren – Anchor, Special Segment
Ethan Plaster – Director
Harrison Helaney – Technical Director
Zac Bazzoli – Graphics
Dan Myers – Graphics
Quentin Zermeno – Camera
Katherine Davidsaver – Audio
Ashur Abraham – Camera
McKenna Petree – Graphics
Dylan Craig – Camera
Luke Lauter – Producer
Arts & Entertainment/Cultural Affairs (H2)
Immersed in Niger – Marion L. Steele High School
Hannah Gannelli – Producer
Short Form – Fiction (H3)
The Audition – Hoover High School
Riley Wilson – Director
Vanessa Crano – Director
Randy Wayne – Producer
Nick Stimer – Producer
Eric Dague – Producer
Willow Longbrake – Producer/Actor
Carly Huthmacher – Editor
Jacob Draa – Producer/Actor
Amelia Zerbe – Actor
Sam Marazita – Actor
Short Form – Non-fiction (H4)
Violent Intruder Drill – Marion L. Steele High School
Erica Zichi – Reporter
Hannah Gannelli – Videographer
Public Service (PSAs) (H6)
TWO WAY TIE
It’s Not Worth It – Marion L. Steele High
Ally Perkins – Producer
Taylor Moore – Producer
PSA Water Conservation? – Hoover High School
Quentin Zermeno – Editor
Luke Lauter – Cinematographer
Dan Myers – Editor
Nate Murphy – Cinematographer
Public Affairs/Community Service (H13)
Accepting Transgender Students – Marion L. Steele High School
Taylor Schultz – Reporter
Denver Voss – Reporter
Sarah Urbanik – Reporter
Tia Deshuk – Reporter
Youth Vote America – GlenOak High School
Ben Kohan – Animation
Chase Wirth – Editor / Camera
Ryan Thomas – Animation
Emma Kirkbride – Voiceover / Producer
Jamila Freeman – Producer
Tyler Pace – Camera
Kyle Stupeck – Camera
Each winning school will receive a Crystal Pillar to display at the school, and each student whose name is on the winning entry will receive a certificate.
Any student whose name is on the entry form of a winning production may purchase a duplicate Crystal Pillar. The 6-inch pillars cost $125 each.
To order a Student Production Awards Crystal Pillar to commemorate your winning entry, click here.
STUDENT AWARD LANGUAGE:
The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) and the Lower Great Lakes Chapter is proud of the students and schools receiving this year’s Student Production Awards. However, it should be noted that NATAS restricts the use of the term “Emmy®” to professional awards.
Students may say they are recipients of a NATAS-Lower Great Lakes Regional Student Production Award. They may also say they received a Student Production Award from the NATAS-Lower Great Lakes chapter. Students and schools may use the image of the crystal pillar in their awards promotion.
It is important to note that students did not receive Emmy® awards or Student Emmy® Awards. The Emmy® name and statue are registered trademarks. Students and schools may not use the Emmy® name or figure to reference the Student Production award That includes mentions in publications, promotions or resumes.