SUTV students won a Student Production Award Crystal, the collegiate version of an Emmy® by the National Academy of Television Arts and Science Mid-Atlantic Chapter. Shippensburg students were judged against The Pennsylvania State University, University of Pittsburgh, Temple University, Kutztown University, Robert Morris University, Drexel University, IUP and the University of Delaware.

A team of twelve students from SUTV were honored with the award in the College/University Student Production – Live Sporting Event/Game Category.

“All of the students involved with SUTV, work hard to produce content covering events for and about the university. This is the eighth College/University Student Production Award for Excellence won by SUTV students. Recognition from the Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Science, the premiere professional television awards organization is confirmation of what I have the privilege to experience every day watching students hone their skills. Well earned and well done SUTV,” said Michael Gardner, director of Broadcasting and Campus Media Support.

Award winning team includes:

Patrick Ramsdale, Director

Jacob Hitz, Play-by-Play

Jack Ansley, Color Commentator

Cole McKowen, Graphics

Brixx Minguez, Audio

Marlee Bulman, Replay

Adam Beam, Camera

Cullen Maes, Camera

Stefan Gergishanov, Camera

Carmine Scicchitano, Camera

Sara Cox, Sideline Reporter

Shippensburg’s Communication, Journalism and Media program is the only ACEJMC (Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass Communications) university in Pennsylvania’s State System of Higher Education. Ship is one of only three programs in Pennsylvania of 119 internationally that are accredited.