Student productions win at NRB competition
2/1/13 7:59 AM
Feb. 1—Northwestern College students flexed major media muscle at the intercollegiate National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) 2013 Student Production Competition, winning eight awards in video and radio, including three first place awards.
"We congratulate all of our students. They pursue Christ joyfully and faithfully and allow him to fuel their creative craft," said Mark Seignious, associate professor of communication, "Our prayer is that these students will always strive to remember that they 'have been entrusted with the Gospel, so they speak not to please man but to please God, who tests their hearts' (1 Thess. 2:4)."
Audio students captured first place audio awards in two of four categories, Best Radio Drama and Best Promo/Imaging/Branding, and a second place in Radio News and Sports. In the film/video competition, students swept all awards for the PSA/Commercial category and took second place in Documentary/News and third in Short Film.
This year's winners, all representing Northwestern's electronic media communication major, add to the program's successful track record at NRB competitions: last year Northwestern took first at NRB's 36 Hour Challenge and finished strong at the 2012 Student Production Competition.
2013 Northwestern College iNRB winners:
Radio Feature/Radio Drama
1st Place Anthony Mansmith and Aaron McIntire Momentary Troubles
1st Place: Chris Bell To Write Love on her Arms
Radio News and Sports
2nd Place: Aaron McIntire The Hunger Games: Freaky Fad or Fantastic
Television/Video - PSA/Commercial/Promo
1st Place: Luke Stapleton and Grant Swanson, Bessy
2nd Place: Chris Behnen Commute
3rd Place: Krista Koester Third Day - Behind the Scenes
2nd Place: Anna Carey, Poet
3rd Place: Chris Behnen, Man in the Mirror