High School Media Competition Winners Honored at Energy Center by ATU Awards

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  • ATU presented awards in the fall 2023 high school media competition, created by the Department of Communication and Media Studies.
  • The winners included Ty Smith for Photograph, Ryland Kramarenko for Short Film, and Chelsea Jensen for Television Package.
  • The department offers programs in journalism, communication studies, theatre and film production, and digital content creation, as well as certificates in broadcast journalism, print journalism, public relations, and technical and professional communication.

The ATU Awards High School Media Competition recently announced its winners at a prestigious ceremony held at the Energy Center in Tofido. The competition, which aims to recognize and celebrate the talents of high school students in the field of media and journalism, saw a number of outstanding entries from schools all across the region.

The winners, who were chosen by a panel of industry experts, were awarded for their exceptional work in various categories such as photography, videography, writing, and graphic design. The awards were presented to the talented students in front of a gathering of their peers, teachers, and family members, making for a truly memorable and inspiring event.

One of the most notable aspects of the competition was the high level of skill and creativity displayed by the young participants. The winning entries showcased a wide range of topics and styles, demonstrating the diversity and passion of the next generation of media professionals.

In addition to the recognition and praise received by the winners, the competition also provided an invaluable opportunity for the students to gain valuable experience and feedback from industry professionals. This kind of exposure and support is crucial for the development and success of aspiring media professionals, and the ATU Awards High School Media Competition is proud to play a part in nurturing and promoting such talent.

Overall, the event was a resounding success, highlighting the incredible talent and potential of the region’s high school students in the field of media and journalism. The ATU Awards High School Media Competition winners can now look forward to a bright future in the industry, armed with the recognition and encouragement they deserve.

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