The Bridge and PCC Multimedia Students Win Recognition for Journalism

By Faculty Advisor Tony Greiner|May 27, 2016Humans of PCC, News, Student Writing, Top Stories|

A video profile of Cascade art instructor Curtis Fairman has won “First Place” for Best Use of Multimedia Storytelling in the 2015-2016 Pacific Northwest Association of Journalism Educators (PNAJE).  PNAJE is a group of journalism teachers in Washington, Oregon and Idaho, and for the second year it has held a competition for Community College newspapers. The video was first posted in January as part of The Bridge’s “Humans of PCC” series.

Final results for all categories are not in, but The Bridge was notified that that video won its division earlier this week.  It was created by Nathan von Brown, Gene Hall and Lucas Brehm.

In addition, photographer Gereld Gedrose received an “Honorable Mention” for his photography,

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as did music reviewer David Aldred for one of his concert reviews.  We have not been notified which submitted two of Aldred’s reviews, so it could have been for his review of Madonna’s appearance at the Rose Garden, or for the review of the costume band Ghosts.

Photo by David Aldred

Photo by David Aldred

The winners for other categories in the contest have not yet been named. We will share that information when it comes in, and post to the winning stories.

 

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Faculty Advisor Tony Greiner

About Faculty Advisor Tony Greiner

As faculty advisor, I see my primary role as helping the editorial staff navigate PCCs policies and procedures. Although I am not a journalist, I do have some chops and experience as a writer, with a dozen or so articles and a book and a half (one was co­written) to my credit. I can also give some continuity as we move from year to year, with the staff changeover that is sure to accompany that. This is a student newspaper, and I think what we publish should come from students. Happy Reading, Tony Greiner