Wednesday, June 20, 2012

1st quarter television contest results released

Contest chairman Matthew Pawuk has released the first quarter television contests results. Its too early in the year to zone in on who is on top, but one thing we can tell is that it looks to be a very competitive contest with nine different photographers placing in the contest. There is also a few new names on the winners list which is always good for competition.

Complete results can be found on the ONPA website. Winning videos can be viewed here.




Pawuk is asking photographers to enter the contest digitally now. Post your videos to YouTube and simply e-mail Pawuk the links. He will compile the links and forward to the judges. This should make the process easier for both entrants and judges. Those with questions should contact Pawuk.

First quarter judges from WCNC-TV in Charlotte were impressed with the quality of work in the first quarter. Keep up the good work and encourage any co-workers who did not enter the fist quarter to submit their entries next quarter. The deadline for the 2nd quarter is July 15th, and the story must be shot and aired before the end of the second quarter. 

Wednesday, June 6, 2012

And the winners are:

Fox 8 videographer, Billy Muhammed won the membership drawing so his contest fee will be waived in 2012. Mansfield News Journal photojournalist, Polcyn, will be attending the Kent Multimedia Workshop, courtesy of ONPA.

The workshop is a three-day, hands-on video and photography multimedia storytelling workshop June 14-16 in Franklin Hall on the Kent Campus sponsored in part by ONPA, The Akron Beacon Journal The Plain Dealer, and the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Kent State University.

All ONPA members paid for 2012 were eligible for the contest. The list was compiled by Treasurer Kimberly Barth and the winners picked by Beacon Journal staff photographer, Paul Tople.