2020 Winners of iNRB’s 24-Hour Audio, News, Film Competitions Announced

24 Challenges NRB 2020Winners of the 24-Hour Audio, News, and Film Challenges were announced recently and recognized for producing the best audio, news, and film pieces, respectively, over a 24-hour period during the NRB 2020 Christian Media Convention in Nashville, Tennessee.

“Everyone wants success, but only those who go that extra mile and put in all that effort achieve success and excellence,” said Dr. Shur Gopal, Chair of NRB’s Intercollegiate (iNRB) Standing Committee. “Each of the iNRB awardees know that hard work really pays off, and I commend every one of them.

“Congratulations on your fabulous victory,” he added. “You deserve it every bit. Aim for the stars!”

For 24 hours, students worked in teams to generate their own unique entry based on a theme, line of dialogue, or prop provided at the start of the contest. In the end, each team produced either a 2-3 minute audio production (Audio Challenge), an original news segment (News Challenge), or an original short narrative film between 3-5 minutes (Film Challenge). Prizes were awarded to the top teams for each challenge.

For more information about the 24-Hour Audio Challenge, the 24-Hour News Challenge, the 24-Hour Film Challenge, and other opportunities available to students of iNRB member schools, click here.

Below is the list of the top winners from the three contests.

24-Hour Audio Challenge                                          

1st Place
Liberty University           
Kaylee Nedrow, Samuel Tabar, Kaleb Lindevaldsen                         

2nd Place
North Greenville University        
Justin Brown, Autumn Lowry, Connor Boulet                                                    

24-Hour News Challenge                                          

1st Place
Hannibal LaGrange University                  
Emma Anderson, Kelsey McCaughey, Alex Bradley, Kamey Fiedler                           

2nd Place
North Greenville University        
Bethany Fowler, Merit Morgan, Rachel Daniel                  

3rd Place
Louisiana College           
Mysha Johnson, Aaron Quartemont, Ross Hoover                                                        

24-Hour Film Challenge                              

1st Place
North Greenville University        
Grace Lothridge, Austin Hughes, Klay Jacks, Trey Stewart                            

2nd Place
Bob Jones University     
Brandon Riddell, Emily Porter, Gabriela Gaduh, Paul Meyer                         

3rd Place
Bob Jones University     
Mark Kamibayashiyama, Marshall Hammer, Chantel Dewar, Faith Boardman      

By NRB Staff

Published: March 19, 2020

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