NewsNet students receive awards

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Seventeen BYU NewsNet students received awards from the Rocky Mountain Collegiate Media Association last weekend.

Winners were selected from newspaper and broadcast entries of students from 14 Rocky Mountain states.

For 75 years, the RMCMA has offered college students opportunities to have their work displayed throughout the nation. The association will recognize 1999 award winners in an RMCMA conference and publish the best entries in a periodical.

Broadcast Awards:

Radio Performance, Features: Lane Anderson, First Place

Radio Performance, Commentary: Lane Anderson, First Place

Television Production, Documentary: Audrey Wood, Third Place

Television Production, Documentary: Mike Ward, Third Place

Television Performance, Documentary: Kristen Waite First Place

Television Performance, Documentary: Elisa Ball, First Place

Television Performance, Documentary: Kim Woodland, First Place

Television Performance, Documentary: Audrey Wood, First Place

Television Performance, Documentary: Angela Reeves, First Place

Television Performance, Documentary: Mike Ward, First Place

Television Performance, News: Ryan Haslam, Second Place

Television Production, Features: Mike Headrick, Honorable Mention

Television Performance, Sports: Wayne Arballo, Third Place

Newspaper Awards:

Sports News: Elizabeth Palmer, Third Place

Sports Feature: Scott Bell, Second Place

Investigative Reporting: Amy Poole, Honorable Mention

Investigative Reporting: Melissa Robertson, Honorable Mention

Sports Column: Scott Bell, Third Place

Critical Review: Melanie Armstrong, First Place

News Illustration/Graphic: Douglas Perkes, Third Place

Typography/Layout/Design: The Daily Universe, Second Place

Headline Writing: Jessica Lee, Second Place

Best in Newspaper: The Daily Universe, Second Place

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