SUTV receives 3 collegiate Emmy® nominations
Shippensburg University Television has once again received multiple collegiate Emmy® nominations from the Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. Ship is the only university in Pennsylvania’s State System of Higher Education among the 2018 college/university nominees.
The student media group is in the running for hardware in three categories:
College/University Student Production – Arts and Entertainment/Cultural Affairs
“Brass Camp” – Shippensburg University
- Marshall Keely, Producer/Reporter
College/University Student Production – Long Form
“Life in Gros Mangles” – Shippensburg University
- Paige Arensmeyer, Producer/Reporter
Sports – Live Event
“Mansfield at Shippensburg Men’s Basketball” – Shippensburg University
- Avery Quinn, Producer
- Josh Charles, Co-Producer/Director
- Isabella Marcellino, Audio/Replay
- Jake Gillespie, Color Commentator
- Matt Trust, Play-by-Play
- Matthew Klinedinst, Sideline Reporter
- Brandon Glorioso, Camera
- Shane Adams, Camera
- Gillian Mencken, Camera
- Brady Fisher, Camera
SUTV now has an impressive list of nominations since NATAS began allowing award applications at the collegiate level less than a decade ago. The student media group has also walked away with awards in the previous two years. Marina Barnett ‘17 was a winner in 2017 for her public affairs/community service story “Seeing Eye Dogs.” Holly Harrar ‘16 was a winner in 2016 for a story in the same category, “Inclusion in Action: GMU Life.”
Prior to wins from Barnett and Harrar, Brandon “Bubba” Smith ‘12 garnered SUTV’s first Emmy® victory in 2012 for “Red Raider Goes for Gold,” a story about Ship alumna Neely Spence and her pursuit of competing in the Olympics.
Alumna Amanda Peterson ‘12, no stranger to the nomination list, is once again up for a regional Emmy® as part of the abc27 News team. The traffic anchor was nominated along with her abc27 News Daybreak colleagues for outstanding morning newscast in a medium market.
Smiling a little bigger this morning. The #27Daybreak team has been nominated for an Emmy.@abc27News has a lot to be proud of. Watching my colleagues (past and present) be honored for their work is so rewarding. I am lucky to have worked alongside so many talented journalists. pic.twitter.com/vRc7abhvZT— Amanda Peterson (@_AmandaPeterson) August 15, 2018
Another Ship graduate, Joe O’Neill ‘05, Director of Visual Media at Dickinson College, was nominated in the public/current/community affairs feature/segment category for “Dickinson & Carlisle: Working Together for the Common Good.”
The Mid-Atlantic Regional Emmy® Awards will be presented on Saturday, October 13, 2018. The ceremony will be held at the Philadelphia Marriott.