2022 Mid-Atlantic Emmy Awards
SUTV students won a Student Production Award Crystal, the collegiate version of an Emmy® by the National Academy of Television Arts and Science Mid-Atlantic Chapter. Shippensburg students were judged against The Pennsylvania State University, University of Pittsburgh, Temple University, Kutztown University, Robert Morris University, Drexel University, IUP and the University of Delaware.
A team of twelve students from SUTV were honored with the award in the College/University Student Production – Live Sporting Event/Game Category.
2020 Mid-Atlantic Emmy Awards
On September 19, 2020, the Mid-Atlantic Emmy Awards took place virtually for the first time due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
At the ceremony, SUTV celebrated one nomination for the Crystal Pillar Award for College/University - Talent. Jacob Hitz ('23) was nominated for his work as desk anchor during the Fall 2019 semester, as well as for being Play-By-Play for both the Football and Basketball seasons.
2019 Mid-Atlantic Emmy Awards
Photo Courtesy: Thurner Photography at Mid-Atlantic Emmy Awards
On September 28, 2019, several Ship students and alumni had the honor of representing SUTV News at the Mid-Atlantic Emmy Awards in Pittsburgh, PA. SUTV was honored with 2 nominations for work in Sports and Live Events broadcasting. The first nomination was for work in Shippensburg Football coverage in LIU Post at Shippensburg, directed and produced by Avery Quinn ('19). The second nomination was in Shippensburg Men's Basketball coverage in West Chester at Shippensburg, directed and produced by Jordan Handley ('20).
At the ceremony, SUTV took home the Collegiate Crystal for College/University Student Production Sports-Live Event with LIU Post at Shippensburg Football, marking the second win for director/producer Avery Quinn.
2018 Mid-Atlantic Emmy Awards
In October of 2018, several Ship students had the honor of representing SUTV News at the Mid-Atlantic Emmy awards. SUTV had 3 pieces nominated that had aired on our weekly broadcasts. First a package titled "Base Camp" which was produced by Marshall Keely ('17). The second piece was a Documentary that was filmed and produced by Paige Arensmeyer ('19) named "Life in Gros Mangles". The last nomination for SUTV was a sports broadcast of Shippensburg University Men's Basketball vs. Mansfield University which was directed by Avery Quinn ('19) and Josh Charles ('18).
At the ceremony, which was held in Philadelphia Pennsylvania, SUTV took home two of the three nominations, "Brass Camp" and SU Men's Basketball vs. Mansfield.