Sixteen St. Cloud State University students were honored for their television broadcast production skills by the Upper Midwest Emmy® Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.
St. Cloud State’s seven student production awards were presented during a virtual Student Awards Video Ceremony April 3. St. Cloud State received 13 nominations for this year’s awards.
Loras College earned five awards; Hennepin Technical College, Minnesota State University, Moorhead, and St. Thomas each earned two awards; while Iowa State University, Augsburg University, University of Northern Iowa, College of Saint Benedict/Saint John’s University, University of South Dakota, University of Wisconsin-Superior and Drake University each took home one award.
These UTVS News and Husky Productions students earned Crystal Pillar awards:
General Assignment, Light News — UTVS News
“Twin Cities Honor Flight”
- Tony Langfellow
Sports, Program — Husky Productions
“Crunch Time Season 6/Episode 9”
- Austin Schindler, producer
- Leif Ender, producer
- Nathan Daggett, producer
- Joey Erickson, panelist
- Nik Speliopoulos, panelist
- Max Steigauf, panelist
Sports, Live Event — Husky Productions
“St. Cloud State Men’s Hockey vs. Omaha”
- Chris Person, producer
- Joey Erickson, associate producer
- Paige Jaeger, director
Magazine — UTVS News
- Jancilyn Huff, producer
- Justice Jenkins, producer
- Soufiana Kaba, talent
- Araya Smith, talent
- Akiyra Torrance, talent
Director — Husky Productions
- Paige Jaeger
Editor — UTVS News
- Andrew Legatt
Talent — UTVS News
- Kirsten Krull
In addition Paige Jaeger earned the Bob Fransen Leadership Scholarship from the Upper Midwest Emmy® Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.