**Winners are in Red**
 

Combined Category

Best Student Media Website

Television Category

Best General Entertainment Program

  • Titan TV 66 – University of Wisconsin Oshkosh
    • “One Word – Tales from a College Dorm”
  • CTV – Colorado State University
    • “Premiere Pastries – Cupcakes and Crepes”
  • ISUtv – Iowa State University
    • “The Iowa State Sportsman Show”
  • CTV – Colorado State University
    • “Colorado Music Lounge Presents: Paper Bird”

Best Comedy

  • Titan TV 66 - University of Wisconsin Oshkosh
    • “Best Time of Your Life – Tales from a College Dorm”
  • SGTV – University of South Carolina
    • “The Baja Men Visit Rome”
  • KYOT-TV – University of South Dakota
    • “Commentary – Parking Ticket”

Best Technical Production

  • Titan TV – University of Wisconsin OshKosh
    • “Titan Forest”
  • CTV – Colorado State University
    • “Colorado Music Lounge presents Danielle Ate the Sandwich”
  • Carolina Week – University of North Carolina
    • “02/15/10”
  • Carolina Week – University of North Carolina
    • “03/31/10”

Best Promo

  • TV-10 –  Illinois State University
    • “Your Tech Promo”
  • KYOT-TV – University of South Dakota
    • “U-News Stripper”
  • Emerson Channel – Emerson College
    • “Lights”
  • KYOT-TV – University of South Dakota
    • “Sauna”


Best PSA

  • COM 425 – Berry College
    • “Violent Kids”
  • TV-10 – Illinois State University
    • “Texting”
  • TVS-3010 – Lyndon State University
    • “Vermont Cares”
  • CTV – Colorado State University
    • “CSU Health Network”

Best Live Sports Production

  • IUP-TV – Indiana University of Pennsylvania
    • “IUP Basketball Game”
  • UTVS – St Cloud University
    • “St. Cloud vs. MSU-Mankato”
  • Rowan TV5 – Rowan University
    • “Profs Football: Rowan vs. Montclair St.”
  • TSTV – University of Texas at Austin
    • “University of Texas vs Kansas State”

 Best Sportscast

  • Carolina Week – University of North Carolina
    • “02/15/10”
  • KBVR-TV – Oregon State University
    • “The Beaver Sports Show”
  • Cable 8 Productions – Washington State University
    • “Inside the Lines”
  • Carolina Week – University of North Carolina
    • “03/17/10”

Best Newscast

  • Carolina Week – University of North Carolina
    • “12/02/09”
  • WEIU-TV – Eastern Illinois University
    • “Newswatch”
  • News 7 – Lyndon College
    • “02/03/10”
  • Carolina Week – University of North Carolina
    • “03/03/10”

Best News Reporting

  • CTV – Colorado State University
    • “Eco-Conservation in Mexico”
  • Bronc TV – University of Texas-Pan American
    • “Parking Fees”
  • WEIU-TV – Eastern Illinois University
    • “Fire story”
  • UTVS – St. Cloud University
    • “The Key of Singing”

Best Special Broadcast

  • TitanTV 66 – University of Wisconsin Oshkosh
    • “Final Cut – Firetales”
  • LVTV-3 – La Verne Community
    • “What You Don’t See”
  • Carolina Week – University of North Carolina
    • “Runoff Election”

Best Documentary/Public Affairs

  • KYOT-TV – University of South Dakota
    • “Becca’s First Turkey”
  • I-Comm – Brigham Young University
    • “Macbeth: Realization of a Vision”
  • UTVS – St. Cloud University
    • “Schiefelbein Farms”
  • ROAR Network – Loyola Marymount University
    • “Decolores: Two Communities, One Heart”

Radio Category

Best DJ

  • KCSU – Colorado State University
    • “Nick Penny as Call Stickly”
  • WICB – Ithaca College
    • “Mikey Mike in the Morning”
  • WSWI – University of Southern Indiana
    • “Big Easy & Jones”
  • WKNC – North Carolina State University
    • “Kelly Reid and Mike Alston”

Best Documentary

  • WVSU –  Samford University
    • “Northstar Soccer”
  • The Caravan – American University-Cairo
    • “AUC in the 70’s”
  • SPC 405 – North Central College
    • “Religion in an increasingly secular America”
  • WCRX – Columbia College
    • “Near Death Experience”

Best Technical Production

  • KAOR – University of South Dakota
    • “Stutter Image”
  • RTF-03224 – RowanUniversity
    • “No Speed Zone”
  • KAOR – University of South Dakota
    • “Miracle Sunrise Mash-Up”

Best Station Promotion

  • Radio K – University of Minnesota
    • “Radio K at South by Southwest”
  • WMUL – Marshall University
    • “Herd Bash 2009”
  • KTSW – Texas State University San Marcos
    • “Mr. Fest”

Best PSA

  • WSWI – University of Southern Indiana
    • “Bright Ideas”
  • UTARadio.com – University of Texas-Arlington
    • “Be Safe Texting”
  • WMUL – Marshall University
    • “26.5”
  • Bronc Radio – University of Texas-Pan American
    • “The Gallery”


Best Sports Reporting

  • WRST – University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh
    • “Sports Update 5571”
  • WRHU – Hofstra University
    • “Gina Villante Championship”
  • KUOM – University of Minnesota
    • “Skijoring”
  • Carolina Connection – University of North Carolina
    • “Fastest Tar Heel”

Best News Reporting

  • WMUL – Marshall University
    • “Coping With Disaster”
  • The Caravan – American University-Cairo
    • “Black Cloud in Cairo”
  • SCAD Radio – Savannah College of Art & Design
    • “Shag-A-Thon”
  • WONC – North Central College
    • “Evan Lysacek Day”

Best Newscast

  • Bronc Radio – University of Texas-Pan American
    • “Fiesta Edition”
  • WRHU – Hofstra University
    • “Newsline February 17 2010”
  • WNUR – Northwestern University
    • “Wednesday PM News April 19, 2010”
  • WCRX – Columbia College
    • “5/21/10”

Best Regularly Scheduled Program

  • WKNC – North Carolina State University
    • “First Friday”
  • KAOR – University of South Dakota
    • “Biscuits and Gravy”
  • WKNC – North Carolina State University
    • “Musicology Americana”
  • VIC Radio – Ithaca College
    • “Disney Mania”

Best Sports Play-by-Play

  • WICB – Ithaca College
    • “Basketball vs St. John Fisher”
  • WEIU-FM – Illinois State University
    • “Basketball vs. UT Martin”
  • WRHU – Hofstra  University
    • “Hofstra Men’s Basketball @ Northeastern”
  • WICB – Ithaca College
    • “Basketball vs. Utica”

Best Promo

  • WRHU – Hofstra University
    • “Flash”
  • WSWI  - University of Southern Indiana
    • “Jilted”
  • WMUL – Marshall University
    • “Moviephone”
  • KAOR – University of South Dakota
    • “Coyotes”

Best Feature

  • WICB – Ithaca College
    • “2009 The Year in Review”
  • WYBF – Cabrini College
    • “Behind the Strut”
  • KALX – UC Berkeley
    • “Northgate Radio”
  • KUOM – University of Minnesota
    • “Women and Bikes”

COLLEGE BROADCASTERS, INC.
2010 NATIONAL STUDENT PRODUCTION AWARDS CONTEST
OFFICIAL ENTRY ANNOUNCEMENT
The award submission form may be accessed and printed from this link 2010CBIAwardsEntryForm.
Entries are to be original work by students (totally student-produced) for a campus media outlet or college credit course. All entries must be submitted by 11:59 p.m. on Friday, May 21, 2010. Entry is FREE for CBI member stations (maximum two entries per category). Entry fee for non-members is $50.00 per entry per category, with payment to be processed online at the time of submission.  Questions?  Call CBI at 877-ASKCBI1 (877-275-2241).

ENTRY CATEGORIES: COMBINED

BEST STUDENT MEDIA WEB SITE
Students who are making the best effort to provide solid Internet strategy for their campus media outlet should submit their Uniform Resource Locator (URL) address to enter. Judges will consider as plusses the following: How easy the site is to navigate; How user friendly the web site is for those seeking information about the media outlet; and Is the web site a destination or a resource for your listeners/viewers.

ENTRY CATEGORIES: Television

BEST COMEDY
Weekly or regularly scheduled television comedy-based program. The segment submitted can be no longer than 30 minutes though the original may have been longer. Judging will be based on acting, writing, and production elements.

BEST STATION PROMO
Creative use of voice, music, sound effects, video footage, graphics, and other visuals are to be combined in any combination to form an announcement used to promote a campus media outlet. In addition, entries should include channel name and if applicable call letters and channel number. The entry must be the standard length of either 15, 30, or 60 seconds. Time limits will be strictly enforced by the judges.

BEST PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT
Creative use of voice, music, sound effects, video footage, graphics, and other visuals are to be combined in any combination to form a public service announcement used to provide public service to the campus community which the media outlet serves. The public service announcement should be localized to the community the student media outlet serves, not to be entirely national in scope. The entry must be the standard length of 15, 30 or 60 seconds. Time limits will be strictly enforced by the judges. Subject cannot be the media outlet or college/university itself.

BEST NEWSCAST
The entry must be a single, regularly scheduled newscast (no sports) over five minutes in length. Special segments such as pre-produced features or investigative reports may be included in the newscast, but they will not be considered by the judges for the purpose of this award unless such segments are locally produced by the station or media outlet. Judging for the best newscast will be based on content and service to the community. Considerations will include writing, editing, news judgment, and use of audio and video.

BEST NEWS REPORTING
This category is for hard or soft news packages (no sports) that would air during any regularly scheduled newscast. An entry is a single news story that features sound and/or dramatic video used to enhance the package. The entry must be no longer than three minutes thirty seconds (3:30) in length.

BEST SPECIAL BROADCAST
The entry must be a locally originated program of a one-time or annual non-sports nature. Judges will consider creativity and the degree of interest generated by the presentation. The entry must be a minimum of ten (10) minutes in length.

BEST TECHNICAL PRODUCTION
The entry must be a single program that demonstrates innovative or unusual usage of production elements for functional or non-functional programming. Technical execution will be the paramount consideration of the judges, and the secondary focus will be on content. The segment submitted must be at least three (3) minutes and no longer than fifteen (15) minutes, although the program may have been longer in its entirety. Any entry longer than five (5) minutes should contain a five minute scope and then the full piece.

BEST SPORTSCAST
The entry must be a single, regularly scheduled sportscast. For television, special segments, such as pre-produced features or syndicated reports, may be included in the sportscast, but they will not be considered by the judges for the purpose of this award unless such segments are locally produced. Judging for the best sportscast will be based on content and service to the community. Considerations will include writing, editing, sports news judgment, and use of audio and video.

BEST LIVE SPORTS PRODUCTION
An entry must be coverage of a sports event and the program as broadcast, except that the segment submitted may be no longer than thirty (30) minutes. In addition, the segment entered shall be “consecutive minutes”, not scoped material.

BEST DOCUMENTARY/PUBLIC AFFAIRS
The entry must be a program dealing with an issue of public interest explored in-depth with multiple sources. Extensive use of sound to enhance the content is required. The documentary must have been produced entirely by students. Judges will evaluate the quality of production and journalistic skills demonstrated in presentation and editing. The entry must be no longer than thirty (30) minutes, although the program may have been longer in its entirety.

BEST GENERAL ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAM
Entry must be of a recurring program such as magazines, drama, reality and game shows or other shows of non-news or sports content. One or multiple talent(s) is acceptable. The segment submitted can be no longer than 30 minutes though the original may have been longer.

ENTRY CATEGORIES: RADIO

BEST DJ
The entry should highlight the on-air announcing skills of an exceptional radio talent(s). The entry in the DJ Aircheck may feature a show team with single or multiple on-air personalities accepted. A DJ Aircheck consists of only breaks taken by the announcer(s). Whole songs, PSAs, or promos which do not feature the announcer(s) talents are not to be included but a few seconds of each song, PSA, or promo are allowable to establish the transition between breaks. Original comedy skits and telephone escapades (with the subjects’ permission of course) are allowable. The entry must be a collection of highlights or a resume tape made by the announcer(s). The entry submitted may be no longer than five (5) minutes in length.

BEST STATION PROMO
Creative use of voice, music and/or sound effects are to be combined in any combination to form an announcement used to promote a campus media outlet. In addition, entries should include call letters or name of the station, if applicable. The entry must be the standard length of 15, 30, or 60 seconds. Time limits will be strictly enforced by the judges.

BEST PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT
Creative use of voice, music and/or sound effects are to be combined in any combination to form a public service announcement used to provide public service to the campus community and the city of license which the media outlet serves. The public service announcement should be localized to the community the student media outlet serves, not to be entirely national in scope. The entry must be a standard length of 15, 30, or 60 seconds. Time limits will be strictly enforced by the judges. Subject cannot be the media outlet or college/university itself.

BEST NEWSCAST
The entry must be a single, regularly scheduled newscast no more than five minutes in length. Special segments such as pre-produced features or investigative reports may be included in the newscast but will not be considered by the judges for the purpose of this award unless such segments are locally produced by the station or media outlet. Judging for the best newscast will be based on content and service to the community. Considerations will include writing, editing, news judgment, and use of audio.

BEST NEWS REPORTING
This category is for hard or soft news packages that would air during any regularly scheduled newscast or during a magazine show segment. An entry is a single news story that features sound to enhance package. The entry must be no longer than three minutes thirty seconds (3:30) in length.

BEST FEATURE SHOW OR BROADCAST
The entry must be a locally originated non-DJ program dealing with a subject of human interest. Judges will consider creativity and the degree of interest generated by the presentation. The entry must be no longer than thirty (30) minutes in length.

BEST DOCUMENTARY
The entry must be a program dealing with an issue of public interest explored in-depth with multiple sources. Extensive use of sound to enhance the content is required. The documentary must have been produced entirely by students. Judges will evaluate the quality of production and journalistic skills demonstrated in presentation and editing. The entry must be no longer than thirty (30) minutes, although the program may have been longer in its entirety.

BEST TECHNICAL PRODUCTION
“The entry must be a single program that demonstrates innovative or unusual usage of production elements for fictional or non-fictional programming. Technical execution will be the paramount consideration of the judges and secondary focus will be on content. The segment submitted must be at least three (3) minutes and no longer than fifteen (15) minutes, although the program may have been longer in its entirety. Any entry longer than five (5) minutes should contain a five minute scope and then the full piece.

BEST SPORTS REPORTING
This category is for shorter sports packages or any regularly-scheduled sportscast. An entry could be a single sports story which features sound used to enhance package or could be a sportscast that is no longer than three minutes thirty seconds (3:30) in length. Radio sports play-byplay segments are not permissible in this category.

BEST SPORTS PLAY-BY-PLAY
Entry must be play-by-play coverage of a sports event. The entry must be the program as broadcast, except that the segment submitted may be no longer than thirty (30) minutes. In addition, the segment entered shall be “consecutive minutes”, not several samples of scoped material.

BEST REGULARLY SCHEDULED ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAM
Entry must be of a weekly or regularly scheduled program such as comedy, soap opera, talk show or other show of nonnews or sports content. One or multiple talent(s) is acceptable. The segment submitted can be no longer than 30 minutes though the original may have been longer.

BEST STATION PROMOTION
Demonstrate your ability to successfully promote your station. Radio-thons, parades, concerts, community events; the breadth of this category is up to your imagination.



OFFICIAL RULES
Rules may be amended by the CBI Board of Directors at any time. The CBI Board of Directors is the final authority on all matters involving the contest. The contest is open to all campus radio stations over-the-air, Internet and cable/closed circuit), television facilities and other student media outlets.
  • Radio entries must be submitted in .MP3 format. Do not submit radio entries in any other format.
  • Television entries must be submitted in .MP4 or .MOV format. Do not submit television entries in any other format. See www.askcbi.org for specifics.
  • A separate entry must be made for each entry in both radio and television divisions. Tones may precede each radio entry and tones, color bars and/or slates may precede each television entry. However, this calibrating information is not required.
  • Each entry must include station call letters (if applicable); name and mailing address of the school; competition category; title of the entry; the name of the person(s) involved with production of the entry; the air/production date; and the length of the entry.
  • Entries are limited to two per category per station. But the same program, program segments, packages, aircheck, advertisement, promo, or public service announcement may be entered in more than one award category.
  • Each entry may include for the judges one page of typewritten supplemental data. This one page of supplemental material may include, but is not limited to, a summary of the entry, an explanation of how the topic was selected, the goals achieved, any hurdles that were overcome, and the quantity and quality of audience feedback received. This one page of supplemental material is optional, not required.
  • The judges for the contest will be professionals in the field and journalism and mass communications faculty/staff members. They will have the authority to place an entry in a different category than the one in which it was entered.
  • Entries are to be original work by students (totally student-produced) for a campus media outlet or college credit courses. This work can not be done for professional broadcasting stations or related organizations. All entries must be submitted as originally broadcast or produced for a class between June 1, 2009, and May 14, 2010. Extraneous audio or video, e.g. narration, supplemental graphics, or tape, is not permitted.
  • Where applicable, entries must be accompanied by evidence of copyright permission for any material not covered by a campus or institutional agreement with ASCAP, BMI, SESAC, or other licensing organization. All commercials, public service announcements, and promotional announcements must be edited out of all program entries. Programs produced with significant resources outside of the student community are not accepted.
  • The official entry form or a photocopy of this form must be used. An entry form is to be returned with each entry.
  • Violation of these rules will result in disqualification of a station’s entry from any award consideration by the judges in the category in which the violation occurs.

Entries are to be original work by students (totally student-produced) for a campus media outlet or college creditcourse. All entries must be subitted via www.askcbi.org by 11:59 p.m. on Friday, May 14, 2010.Entry is FREE for CBI member stations. Entry fee for non-members is $50.00 per entry per category, with paymentto be processed online at the time of submission.OFFICIAL RULESRules may be amended by the CBI Board of Directors at any time. The CBI Board of Directors is the final authorityon all matters involving the contest. The contest is open to all campus radio stations over-the-air, Internetand cable/closed circuit), television facilities and other student media outlets.• Radio entries must be submitted in .MP3 format. Do not submit radio entries in any other format.• Television entries must be submitted in .MP4 or .MOV format. Do not submit television entries in any otherformat. See www.askcbi.org for specifics.• A separate entry must be made for each entry in both radio and television divisions. Tones may precede eachradio entry and tones, color bars and/or slates may precede each television entry. However, this calibratinginformation is not required.• Each entry must include station call letters (if applicable); name and mailing address of the school; competitioncategory; title of the entry; the name of the person(s) involved with production of the entry; the air/productiondate; and the length of the entry.• Entries are limited to two per category per station. But the same program, program segments, packages,aircheck, advertisement, promo, or public service announcement may be entered in more than one award category.• Each entry may include for the judges one page of typewritten supplemental data. This one page of supplementalmaterial may include, but is not limited to, a summary of the entry, an explanation of how the topic wasselected, the goals achieved, any hurdles that were overcome, and the quantity and quality of audience feedbackreceived. This one page of supplemental material is optional, not required.• The judges for the contest will be professionals in the field and journalism and mass communications faculty/staff members. They will have the authority to place an entry in a different category than the one in which it wasentered.• Entries are to be original work by students (totally student-produced) for a campus media outlet or collegecredit courses. This work can not be done for professional broadcasting stations or related organizations. Allentries must be submitted as originally broadcast or produced for a class between June 1, 2009, and May 14,2010. Extraneous audio or video, e.g. narration, supplemental graphics, or tape, is not permitted.• Where applicable, entries must be accompanied by evidence of copyright permission for any material notcovered by a campus or institutional agreement with ASCAP, BMI, SESAC, or other licensing organization. Allcommercials, public service announcements, and promotional announcements must be edited out of all programentries. Programs produced with significant resources outside of the student community are not accepted.• The official entry form or a photocopy of this form must be used. An entry form is to be returned with eachentry.• Violation of these rules will result in disqualification of a station’s entry from any award consideration by thejudges in the category in which the violation occurs.