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International Multimedia News Contest Winners

The International Communication Division of AEJMC is pleased to announce the winners of this year’s International Multimedia News Contest. Winners will be acknowledged at ICD’s business meeting in San Francisco on Friday, August 7 at 8:30 p.m. Congratulations to all!

 

First Place

Christine Rushton (Syracuse University): “Refugees watching the Iraqi divide from afar” (http://www.thenewshouse.com/story/refugees-watching-iraqi-divide-afar)

Second Place

Collin Krizmanich (Michigan State University): “The Islamic State and the Yazidis: Attack on Sinjar.” (http://collinkrizmanich.com/the-islamic-state-and-the-yazidis-attack-on-sinjar/)

Third Place

Kelsey Husnick (Kent State University): “Fostering Estonia Enterprise.” (http://www.datelinebaltics.org/2014/04/18/entrepreneurial-ecosytem-fosters-estonian-enterprise/)

AEJMC-ICD Student International Multimedia News Story Contest – 2015

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The International Communication Division of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, AEJMC, announces its student contest in multimedia news story writing for the year 2014-2015. The contest is open to all undergraduate students.

  • Entries must be nonfiction, journalistic stories with multimedia support on a topic related to an international issue.
  • The news story should have an international angle on a local story or it may be an international story with a local angle.
  • It should be a written story submitted as a class assignment and/or published on the university Web site or on a news media Web site (stories published between April 6, 2014 and April 6, 2015 will be considered).
  • Stories will be judged based on criteria such as originality, news values, relevance of the story idea, journalistic merit and multimedia support.
  • The story as well as the multimedia support should have been authored/executed by the same student.

Rules

  1. Students may enter one news story with multimedia support.
  2. All elements of the multimedia news story (defined as a journalistic, written, online story supported by multimedia elements such as Flash, photography, audio and/or video) should be authored/executed by the same student.
  3. The completed entry form (one per entry) must be signed by a faculty member attesting to the originality of the multimedia news story and the accuracy of the information provided. The faculty member will have to attest that the story is posted or had earlier been posted on a Web site and provide the correct URL.
  4. Submit a printed copy of the story and mention the correct URL or send a disk with the multimedia elements and send this along with the completed entry form via regular mail.

Awards

Cash awards of $100, $75 and $50 will be given to the top three entries. In addition, the winners will receive certificates.

Entry Form and Deadline

Please fill out the entry form and submit it by April 7, 2015 to:

ICD-Student Multimedia News Story Contest
Dr. Sandy Rao
School of Journalism and Mass Communication, 102, Old Main
Texas State University, San Marcos, TX 78666
Tel: 512-245-2656/3790, Email: sr02@txstate.edu

ICD Student International Multimedia News Story Contest

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The International Communication Division of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, AEJMC, announces its student contest in multimedia news story writing for the year 2013-2014. The contest is open to all undergraduate students.
Entries must be nonfiction, journalistic stories with multimedia support on a topic related to an international issue. The news story should have an international angle on a local story or it may be an international story with a local angle. It should be a written story submitted as a class assignment and/or published on the university Web site or on a news media Web site (stories published between April 6, 2013 and April 5, 2014 will be considered).
Stories will be judged based on criteria such as originality, news values, relevance of the story idea, journalistic merit and multimedia support. The story as well as the multimedia support should have been authored/executed by the same student.

Rules

  1. Students may enter one news story with multimedia support.
  2. All elements of the multimedia news story (defined as a journalistic, written, online story supported by multimedia elements such as Flash, photography, audio and/or video) should be authored/executed by the same student.
  3. The completed entry form (one per entry) must be signed by a faculty member attesting to the originality of the multimedia news story and the accuracy of the information provided. The faculty member will have to attest that the story is posted or had earlier been posted on a Web site and provide the correct URL.
  4. Submit a printed copy of the story and mention the correct URL or send a disk with the multimedia elements and send this along with the completed entry form via regular mail.

Awards

Cash awards of $100, $75 and $50 will be given to the top three entries. In addition, the winners will receive certificates.

Entry Form and Deadline

Please fill out the entry form and submit it by April 6, 2014 to:

CD-Student Multimedia News Story Contest
Dr. Sandy Rao
School of Journalism and Mass Communication, 102, Old Main
Texas State University, San Marcos, TX 78666
Tel: 512-245-2656/3790, Email: sr02@txstate.edu

ICD 2013 student international multimedia news story contest

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The International Communication Division of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, AEJMC, announces its student contest in multimedia news story writing for the year 2012-2013. The contest is open to all undergraduate students.

Entries must be nonfiction, journalistic stories with multimedia support on a topic related to an international issue. The news story should have an international angle on a local story or it may be an international story with a local angle. It should be a written story submitted as a class assignment and/or published on the university Web site or on a news media Web site (stories published between April 7, 2012 and April 5, 2013 will be considered).

Stories will be judged based on criteria such as originality, news values, relevance of the story idea, journalistic merit and multimedia support. The story as well as the multimedia support should have been authored/executed by the same student.

ICD Competition & Award Winners 2012

The Stevenson Faculty Paper Competition

First Place: High Drama on the High Seas: Peace vs. War Journalism Framing of the Mavi Marmara Incident by Britain Eakin and Shahira Fahmy, both from University of Arizona

Second Place: Muslim Bloggers in Germany: An Emerging Counterpublic? by Stine Eckert, University of Maryland and Kalyani Chadha, University of Maryland College Park

Third Place: How they cover the world: A comparion of news predictors for the Associated Press, The New York Times and Reuters, by Beverly Horvit, University of Missouri;
Peter Gade, University of Oklahoma; and Liz Lance, University of Missouri.

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