Goshen College broadcasting students won five national first-place awards from a record-setting 34 nominations at this year’s Intercollegiate Broadcasting System’s (IBS) Multimedia Conference on March 3.
Globe Radio and Globe TV students gathered with more than a thousand other college radio and television students from across the country at the 79th annual Intercollegiate Broadcasting System’s Multimedia Conference in New York City. Students from 91.1 The Globe, Goshen College Communication Department’s student run radio station, earned 34 national nominations, more than twice as many nominations as last year.
Alyson Prigge, junior public relations major from Hamler, OH, won Best TV Social Media Director for her work with Globe TV.
Tanner Camp, a junior broadcasting major from Fremont, Indiana, accepted the award for Best Overall Sports Coverage on behalf of The Globe’s sports staff that includes Ben Cotton, a junior broadcasting major from Anderson, Indiana, and William Troyer.
William Troyer, a sophomore broadcasting major from Goshen, won a first place award in the Sports Play-by-Play Other category for his coverage of Goshen College Men’s Soccer.
, a sophomore broadcasting major from Valparaiso, Indiana, is a national champion in the Best Live Broadcast Promotional Event category.Kadie Spoor
, 2018 film production graduate, won a first place award for Best TV Station On-Air Promotion. Ben Hathaway, a sophomore film production major from Goshen, accepted the award on her behalf.Tabitha Immanuel
Fifteen Goshen College students, two faculty members and one professional staffer were named finalists for 34 awards, including the prestigious “Best College Station in the Nation” award for the ninth consecutive year. This is the largest number of nominations for Goshen College in this competition, which has seen its entries double each of the last three years. Those who were nominated represent the top three percent of the students who entered the competition.
Goshen College competes in these categories with a diverse group of schools, from large NCAA Division I schools to other small liberal arts schools