Emerge wins. Big.
UofGH media studies students take home 9 awards at the Fall National College Media Convention
Success story picked up by national magazine industry news outlets:
The competition saw more than 3000 entries covering every kind of media you can think of. Daily newspaper, feature magazine, website, radio station, mobile app/plug-in. Submissions came from all over the United States and Canada – representing about 180 of some of the best media schools across North America.
At a convention earlier this month – called the largest convention of its kind in the world – awards were presented to honour the best.
The National College Media Convention is presented by two American student media organizations: College Media Association and Associated Collegiate Press.
Emerge won awards from both.
“Our students have competed against the best media schools in North America – and have proven that UofGH stands among the best,” says Program Head of Media Studies, Jerry Chomyn.
Emerge is a multiplatform, multidiscipline project produced by UofGH media studies students. It’s a glossy magazine, a one-day conference, a website, a photography exhibition and a media strategy.
And now, international winners of:
College Media Association (CMA) Pinnacle Awards:
- Four-Year Feature Magazine of the Year (1st place)
- Best Magazine Contents Page/Spread (1st place)
- Best Magazine Entertainment Page/Spread (2nd place)
- Best Online Main Page (2nd place)
- Four-Year Website of the Year (3rd place)
- Best Ad Supplement/Special Section (3rd place)
- Best Social Media Main Page (3rd place)
Associated Collegiate Press (ACP) Best of Show Contest:
- Best Feature Magazine
- Best Website
The latest issue of Emerge magazine.