Submitted by Bradley Wilson on Tue, 10/27/2009 - 9:21am
CSPA presents Gold Circle Awards to collegiate journalists
The Columbia Scholastic Press Association, of two nationwide collegiate press associations, presented 1,315 Gold Circle Awards to student journalists for newspapers and magazines in schools and colleges
in its 27th Gold Circle Awards program. Technician staff members won six individual awards.
Submitted by Bradley Wilson on Tue, 09/08/2009 - 8:41am
The College Broadcasters and Associated Collegiate Press named six students as finalists for national awards to be given later this fall.
For the second time in two years, College Broadcasters, Inc. has recognized “88.1 Seconds of Technician” as a finalist for best newscast in its national student production awards.
Submitted by Bradley Wilson on Wed, 07/29/2009 - 10:02am
With the 2008-2009 academic and fiscal years behind us, it's useful to look back at the progress we've made in certain areas and the areas we've identified for improvement. Financially, the NCSU Student Media is in solid shape. Although in the short-term, due to the declining economy, we've increased our dependence on student fees, the long-run we should be able to decrease that dependence. We had a solid year in recruitment and in recruiting a diverse array of students.
Submitted by Bradley Wilson on Wed, 05/27/2009 - 2:19pm
The national Society for Collegiate Journalists released the names of the national individual and publication award winners. NCSU media and staff member won 20 awards, including nine first-place awards. NCSU swept the newspaper feature writing category with stories by Kathleen Gordon and Alison Harmon. NCSU also swept the radio broadcast news category with "88.1 Seconds of Technician" by Tyler Dukes, Kyle Robb and Laura White. The Agromeck yearbook received five first-place awards, including first place for overall excellence in large schools.