UNT Media Arts Won 14 Broadcast Education Association Awards | College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences
February 12, 2018

UNT Media Arts Won 14 Broadcast Education Association Awards

The UNT Department of Media Arts won 14 awards at the Broadcast Education Association (BEA) Festival of Media Arts, an international refereed exhibition of faculty creative activities and a national showcase for student work. The 2018 Best of Festival winners were selected from a pool of over 1,540 entries, representing over 175 colleges and universities. The Festival provides a venue for exhibition of winning submissions.

Congratulations to all UNT's winners:

Sergio Almendariz: 2nd Place, On Losing a Parent

Valarie Gold: Award of Excellence, A Guy Prepares for the Day

Taylor Hearne: 3rd Place, Cigarette Burns

Patrick Moccia: Award of Excellence, Don't Wake Up

Samantha McDaniel: Award of Excellence, All Smiles

Alex Alerasoul: Award of Excellence, Happenstance

Brandon Rivera: 1st Place, Balloon Safety

Alexa Reynolds, Josey Jagielo, Teresa Diaz & Delaney Nelson: Award of Excellence, Late Night @ North Texas

Jaci Mask, Quinn Arrington & Blake Holland: Award of Excellence, ntTV Nightly News

Justin Black: Student Scriptwriting "Best of" Festival Award, Honey Hut (Feature Category)

Eric Barbara: 2nd Place, Cerebrum

Derwin Graham: Award of Excellence, HOOD

Brian Welch: Award of Excellence, The Horror of Social Intercourse

Dr. Alan Albarran & Gavin Rhoades: 2nd Place Open Paper Award, "CBS-Entercom and the Reverse Morris Trust: Implications for the Radio Industry and Future Media Mergers and Acquisitions"