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WKU student second in Hearst multimedia championship

Photojournalism student Skyler Ballard finished second in the Hearst Journalism Awards Program’s National Multimedia Championship and was honored for Best Multimedia Story of the Year.

 scrren shot from Ballard mulitmedia video

 


 

WKU 5th overall in 2019 Hearst Journalism Awards Program

WKU won the Intercollegiate Photojournalism Competition for the 25th time in the past 30 years
 hearst award 

 

 


 

SJB students place in the Kentucky Associated Press and Kentucky Broadcasters Association contest

Best Public Affairs

Madison Martin - First Place, Western Kentucky University - "Recycling a Challenge for Off Campus Students"

 

Best Sports Coverage

Sam Yaw and Zachary McGovern – Second Place, Western Kentucky University – "Extra Point Homecoming Special"

 

Best News Story

Olivia Eiler – First Place, Western Kentucky University – "Warren County House Fire"

 

Best Television Reporter

Olivia Eiler – First Place, Western Kentucky University

 

Best Newscast

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Best Public Affairs (Radio)

Olivia Eiler – Second Place, Western Kentucky University – "WKU Campus Debate"

 

 Best News Story (Radio)

Natalie Turner – First Place, Western Kentucky University – "International Music"

  

Best Radio Reporter

Natalie Turner – First Place, Western Kentucky University

 

 

 

 Society of Professional Journalists Region 5 Mark of Excellence Awards 

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WKU Film Major Wins College Student Production Award

 
still frame from An Adjustment film

 

Tori Mills, a senior film major in the School of Journalism & Broadcasting, is the recipient of a College Student Production Award for Short Form - Fiction, presented by the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, Ohio Valley Chapter. Her short film, An Adjustment, will be honored at the August 18 ceremony in Lawrenceburg, Indiana. https://ohiovalleyemmy.org

 

 


 

 

WKU wins 2018 Hearst overall national championship

Hearst Award Medallion

 

 


  

Grads of WKU School of Journalism & Broadcasting win Pulitzer Prize

 

pulitzer, seven days of heroin

2005 Graduate Cameron Knight and 2006 Graduate Cara Owsley were part of the Pulitzer Prize winning team at The Cincinnati Enquirer for local reporting. The Photojournalism grads credit their time at WKU as crucial for their success in their fields. Owsley is the Director of Photography at the paper and Knight is a crime beat reporter. See the project at : https://www.cincinnati.com/pages/interactives/seven-days-of-heroin-epidemic-cincinnati/

 

 

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