Newhouse School students from almost every program were recognized at the 2022 Broadcast Education Association Festival of Media Arts.
The Newhouse School earned top prizes in the Student Division for the “Deconstructing the Divide” website designed by graphic design alumnus Kevin Camelo ’21, and Best Sports Video Talent for broadcast and digital journalism graduate student James Kattato.
In the Faculty Division, visiting assistant professor of television, radio and film Jordan Kligerman won the Best of Competition honor in the Sports Short-form Video for “In Memoriam Floyd Little: Leave a Legacy.”
Winners be recognized Monday, April 25at BEA 2022 during the BEA Best of the Festival Awards.
Congratulations to everyone on such a great achievement!
Deconstructing the Divide by Kevin Camelo
Upstate Unearthed by Patrick McCarthy, Michael Garcia, Izzy Bartling & Ben Oleksinski
1st Place: James Kattato
Award of Excellence: Lauren Helmbrecht
Award of Excellence: “Out of Focus” by Kelly Marie Davis
Award of Excellence: “Sunday Reverie” by Xinning Li
Award of Excellence: “Catfish PSA” by Magaret Anderson, Kylie Gorsky & Vincent Zakian
3rd Place: “Our Poisoned Kids” by Sydney Gold
TV Hard News
Award of Excellence: NCC News: U.S. Border, Open After 2-Year Closure, Brings Back A Different Type of Canadian Traveler by Ghael Fobes
3rd Place: Louise Rath
Award of Excellence: Max Kent’s Rise to Captain by Thomas Cook
Award of Excellence: Syracuse vs. Louisville Football by Jaaron May
3rd Place: “On The Bench” by William Shea
Award of Excellence: “Live Cuse Countdown” by Ryan Nelson
Best of Competition – “In Memoriam Floyd Little: Leave a Legacy” by Jordan Kligerman
Award of Excellence: Newhouse School Covid Safety Video by Dona Hayes & Rafael Concepcion
Award of Excellence: “DJ Bella J – On The One – Syracuse” by RC Concepcion