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The “Young Adults” crew from La Verne, which took first place in the Entertainment category at the Alliance for Community Media WAVE awards, are, from left, Kyle Deeley, Kailtin Hollingsworth, Jessica Gerhart, Anthony Troli, Kai Groschupf, McKinley Pollock and Jeff Clark.

The “Young Adults” crew from La Verne, which took first place in the Entertainment category at the Alliance for Community Media WAVE awards, are, from left, Kyle Deeley, Kailtin Hollingsworth, Jessica Gerhart, Anthony Troli, Kai Groschupf, McKinley Pollock and Jeff Clark.

La Verne Students Win 6 WAVE Awards

  • November 1, 2013

University of La Verne communications students brought home six Alliance For Community Media WAVE Awards from the ACM West Region Conference in San Jose last weekend.

Of the 10 videos submitted by La Verne students, eight were selected as finalists and six of those took top prize in their category.

Jetske Wauran produced “Mary Cotter’s 100th Birthday,” a winner in the ‘About Seniors’ category.

“Homestead Museum,” produced by Tanya Velasquez, and featuring the voice of Mike Laponis, won best Documentary Information piece.

La Verne also won best Station Promo (produced by Halel Duberry) for a TV graphics class project featuring McKinley Pollock; Best Magazine Show (Spotlight #3) by Don Pollock, Ashley Rozatti, Raven Freret, Claudia Gonzalez, and Carissa Miranda in an advanced video class; Best Entertainment piece, “Young Adults,” produced by Anthony Troli and Kai Groschupf (their senior project); and Best Sports Entertainment video, “Enjoying The Journey,” produced by Chelsea Stark Jones (her senior project).

The awards are given to the best public access TV programs in the Western United States.

 

 

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  1. Good Showing by Student Filmmakers
  2. Bringing Home the Hardware
  3. Student groups win at national level
  4. Taking College to the Students
  5. Local Focus

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