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Winners of iNRB’s 36-Hour Video, Audio Competitions Announced

NRB AwardsWinners of the 36:DV and 36:DA Challenges were announced recently and recognized for producing the best audio and video pieces, respectively, over a 36-hour period during the NRB 2013 Convention & Exposition in Nashville, TN.

“We congratulate these aspiring Christian media professionals for their excellent work,” commented NRB President & CEO Dr. Frank Wright. “I am encouraged when I reflect that these talented young people are the future of our industry.”

For 36 hours, students worked in teams to generate their own unique entry based on a theme provided at the start of the contest. In the end, each team produced an original short narrative film between 4-7 minutes (36:DV) or two one-minute promotional pieces (36:DA). Prizes are awarded to the top three teams for each challenge.

For more information about the 36:DV Challenge, the 36:DA Challenge, and other opportunities available to students of iNRB member schools, click here.

Below is the list of the top three winners from both the 36:DA and the 36:DV contests.


36:DV Challenge


1st Place

Andrew Bradford, Ashley Campbell, David Gaskin, and Elizabeth Pirkle

North Greenville University


2nd Place (Tie)

Jonathan Derbyshire, Caleb Furrow, Justin Robinson, and Arthur Joshua Weir

North Greenville University

2nd Place (Tie)

Kyla Burke, Richie Kotwica, Danielle Martin, and Jonathan Utley

Southwestern Assemblies of God University

 

36:DA Challenge

1st Place

Chris Bell and Tony Mansmith

Northwestern College


2nd Place

Zachary Roys and Chris Runion

Mount Vernon Nazarene University

3rd Place

Keagan Blancke and Aaron McIntire

Northwestern College

Published: May 16, 2013

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