SUTV wins pair of collegiate Emmy® Awards
Shippensburg University Television has now been victorious in the past three years at the Mid-Atlantic Regional Emmy® Awards. Shippensburg University, the only university represented in Pennsylvania’s State System of Higher Education among the 2018 college/university nominees, notched a pair of wins.
SUTV was a winner in the sports – live event category for “Mansfield at Shippensburg Men’s Basketball.” The following students were recognized for the award:
- 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
Marshall Keely was victorious in the arts and entertainment/cultural affairs category as a producer/reporter for "Brass Camp."
Paige Arensmeyer was also nominated for SUTV in the long form category. She was a producer/reporter for "Life in Gros Mangles."
The student media organization saw wins in the previous two years as well. 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."
Two alumni, Amanda Peterson '12 and Joe O’Neill ‘05, were nominated for regional Emmy® awards. Peterson, a traffic anchor for abc27 News, was part of a team nominated for outstanding morning newscast in a medium market. O'Neill, Director of Visual Media at Dickinson College, was nominated in the public/current/community affairs feature/segment category.
The 2018 Mid-Atlantic Regional Emmy® Awards were held on Saturday, October 13 at the Philadelphia Marriott.