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Television Academy Foundation Announces Nominees for 43rd College Television Awards

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Television Academy Foundation Announces Nominees for 43rd College Television Awards
The Television Academy Foundation have announced nominees for the 43rd College Television Awards, which recognizes and rewards excellence in student-produced programs from colleges nationwide and revealed the recipient of the $10,000 Loreen Arbus Focus on Disability Scholarship.
The College Television Awards ceremony will be held Saturday, April 13, 2024, at the Television Academy’s North Hollywood campus. Student nominees will also participate in two days of professional development discussions and networking opportunities with media and industry leaders to support career advancement.
Twenty-one student-produced programs are nominated from 181 entries submitted by 37 colleges and universities. Designed to emulate the Emmy® Awards, student entries are judged by Television Academy members; three projects are nominated in each of the seven categories. Criteria for the College Television Awards reflects industry standards of excellence, imagination and innovation. Each winning project will receive a $3,000 cash prize.
Congratulations to the 2024 nominees whose outstanding student productions have been recognized by the Television Academy Foundation,” said Jodi Delaney, executive director of the Television Academy Foundation. “We’re thrilled to present their exceptional work to Hollywood’s entertainment community through this awards program, giving students career exposure.”

Full List of Nominees:

Strings Attached – Ringling College of Art and Design
Ria Shinde, Director/Producer/Writer
The Sun Is Bad – Savannah College of Art and Design
Rachel Mow, Director/Writer
Ivan Chui, Producer
The Witch’s Cat – Brigham Young University
Jessica Fink Blaine, Producer
Abby Staker, Director/Writer
Fishmonger – American Film Institute
Neil Ferron, Director/Writer
Jordan Willcox, Producer
Alexandra Dennis-Renner, Writer
Slobopoly – Chapman University
Jennifer Baker, Producer/Writer
Yinghui Li, Director
We Met At Camp – American Film Institute
MC Plaschke, Director/Writer
Alexander Heller, Producer/Writer
Abbey Letizia, Producer/Writer
Alzheimer’s Association – No One Is Alone – Brigham Young University
Remington Butler, Director/Writer
Alex McBride, Producer
IMAX – Maximum Immersion – Brigham Young University
Remington Butler, Director/Writer
Eli Wright, Producer
Alex McBride, Producer
Lucy Nielson, Producer
Lyft – We Don’t Judge, We Drive – Brigham Young University
Remington Butler, Director
Carter Halvorsen, Writer
Jeremy Holbrook, Writer
Gwynie Bahr, Producer
Tanner Jackson, Producer
Backlog – University of Southern California
Jacqueline Elyse Rosenthal, Director/Producer/Writer
Zhongyu Wang, Producer
Marian Cook, Producer
Josh Powell, Producer
Chorus – American Film Institute
Daniel Egbert, Director/Writer
Ling Guo, Producer
Windows – University of California, Los Angeles
Jorge Parra Jr., Director/Producer/Writer
Meghan Truax, Producer
Flashpoint Florida: Midterm Election Special – University of Miami
Maddie Bassalik, Producer/Writer
Isabella Morales, Writer
Zachari Levy, Writer
Katelyn Kucharski, Producer
Madison Schurr, Producer/Writer
Anna Coon, Director/Writer
Harvey Duplock, Writer
NewsVision – University of Miami
Embrik Eyles, Producer
Harvey Duplock, Producer
Anna Coon, Director
Katelyn Kucharski, Producer
Derryl Barnes, Writer
Sophia Vitello, Writer
Cal Friedman, Writer
Wyatt Kopelman, Writer
Quinn Davidson, Producer
WUFT News First at Five – University of Florida
Taylor Fishman, Producer
Caroline Chao, Producer
Ophelie Jacobson, Writer
Emily Ferguson, Director
Chris Will, Writer
Camila Pereira, Writer
Healing Paws – Florida State University
Keith Cohen, Director/Producer/Writer
Laced – Florida State University
Nico Wilcox, Director/Producer/Writer
Wings of Dust – New York University
Giorgio Ghiotto, Director/Producer/Writer
SportsDesk: The Magazine Edition – University of Miami
Daniel Toll, Producer/Writer
Morgan Champey, Director/Producer
Derryl Barnes, Producer
Anna Coon, Producer
Kayla Davis, Producer
Leslie Dominique, Producer
Lauren Lennon, Producer
Jaclyn Marra, Producer
Sports Final – Ithaca College
Bryan Manchester, Producer
Julia Foster, Producer
Ryan Spadafina, Producer
Lauren Mitchell, Director
Rheanna DeCrow, Writer
Eli Fishman, Writer
Teammates: Honoring Sam Mills – Montclair State University
Jason Naccarella, Director
Gianna Daginis, Writer
Matt Orth, Writer
Matt Bruchez, Producer
Teni Bello, Writer
Winners in the competition will be announced by celebrity presenters at the awards ceremony April 13, 2024.

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