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Christian Media Students: Win an iNRB Award!

iNRB logoDid you know that Christian students with an interest or major in broadcasting, journalism, or media communications are not only eligible to join iNRB, but are able to participate in the annual iNRB contests and competitions for awards, prizes, and scholarships?

Every year, Production Awards are presented to undergraduate or graduate student iNRB members for outstanding examples of audio, video, and web productions. First place winners in each category win a $150 prize, plus a complimentary registration to the NRB International Christian Media Convention in Nashville, TN. In addition to prize money, all first place winners receive an Award and a Certificate along with a $300 travel stipend to the NRB Convention. Second and third place winners and their schools receive a Certificate.

Also open to iNRB student members are the 36:DV, 36:DA, and the all-new 36:DN Challenges.

Each Challenge is a 36-hour production contest held at the NRB Convention – video production for the 36:DV Challenge, audio production for the 36:DA Challenge, and news video production for the 36:DN Challenge. The contests pit teams from NRB member colleges and universities against each other to see who can produce the best finished product during this limited timeframe. Not only will the winning teams from each challenge gain real-world experience, they will also earn cash prizes.

Rules and entry forms for all iNRB contests and competitions can be found here: http://nrb.org/membership/media-awards/intercollegiate/

More information about iNRB and how to join is available here: http://nrb.org/about/leadership/standing_committees/intercollegiate/

Questions may be directed to Judy Stephens at jstephens@nrb.org

Published: October 24, 2013

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