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2012     2011     2010     2009     2008     2007     2006     2005     2004     2003     2002     2001

2012

BEA Festival of Media Arts: Student Video Awards

Las Vegas, NV – April 2012

  • Third Place, Studio (Multi-Camera or Live-to-Tape) Pop Quiz, Tournament of Champions

Society of Professional Journalists Mark of Excellence

2012

  • Third Place, Region 1 Newswatch 16

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2011

The Collegiate Broadcasters Inc. 2011 National Student Production Awards

Orlando, FL – October 2011

  • Finalist, Best Comedy ”To A Pulp” produced by Joe Killeen and Nate Breton
  • Finalist, Best Promo ”ICTV–It’s Everywhere” produced by Nick Righi
  • Finalist, Best PSA ”Take Back the Tap” produced by Nick Righi and Erik Keto
  • Finalist, Best Sportscast ”Hold That Thought” produced by Alex Haubenstock and Jason Rickel
  • Finalist, Best Documentary/Public Affairs ”Invading the Everglades” produced by Nick Righi
  • Finalist, Best Documentary/Public Affairs ”Bound By Hope” produced by Lauren Brauchli and Anna Campbell

Society of Professional Journalists Mark of Excellence

Providence, RI – March 2011

  • Winner, Region 1 Newswatch 16

Time Warner Pegasys Local Access Awards

Ithaca, NY – February 25, 2011

  • Winner, Comedy/Variety To a Pulp
  • Winner, Talk Show Experts Say
  • Winner, Documentary Bound by Hope
  • Winner, Tompkins County Sports Final
  • Winner, Short Subject Cop 16

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2010

The New York State Associated Press Broadcasters Association

Summer 2010

  • Winner, Best Regularly Scheduled Local News Program Newswatch 16
  • Winner, Best News Story Newswatch 16: “Best Shooting in Ithaca”

Broadcast Education Association 2010 Student Media Awards

  • Second Place Panorama: Enter the Haggis

Society of Professional Journalists Mark of Excellence

April 11, 2010

  • Third Place, Region 1 Newswatch 16

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2009

The Collegiate Broadcasters Inc. 2009 National Student Production Awards

  • Winner, Best Sportscast: ”Sports Final” produced by Jodi Eisenberg, Dana Matson, Kevin Cartini, and Matt McLaughlin. Sports director: Tom Wrede
  • Winner, Best Newscast: ”Newswatch 16″ produced by Becky Goodling. News Director: Bryan Mercer.
  • Finalist, Best Student Media Web Site: ICTV.org
  • Finalist, Best General Entertainment Program: ”Entertainment 16″ Produced by Andrea Teplitsky, Mariel Rubin, and Faryn Shiro
  • Finalist, Best Promo: ICTV.org, produced by Matt Baldovsky
  • Finalist, Best Live Sports Production (two finalists): ”Bombers Football vs. Frostburg State” produced by Allison Gainza and Ryan Boyce; “Bombers Women’s Basketball vs. Stevens” produced by Allison Gainza and Jodi Eisenberg
  • Finalist, Best Special Broadcast: ”ICTV 50th Anniversary” produced by Stu Kenny

Education Campus Televison Administrators (AHECTA) 2009

  • Grand Prize, “Busking the Big Apple” produced by Chris Cucci, Chris Burt, and Sarah Justine Woodhouse
  • Honorable Mention, “Game Over” produced by Dan Hirsch and Natalie Shoemake
  • Honorable Mention, “Gourmet for a Day” produced by Allison Gainza and Stu Kenny
  • Honorable Mention,  ”History of ICTV” produced by Bryan Mercer

New York State Associated Press Broadcasters Association Awards – College Television Competition

  • First Place, “Newswatch 16″ produced by Becky Goodling. News Director: Brian Mercer

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2008

Alliance for Community Media Hometown Video Award

  • Winner, “Bombers Football”

2008 Collegiate Broadcasters, Inc. Student Production Awards

Washington, D.C. – October 2008

  • Winner, Best Website: ICTV.org
  • Winner, Best On-Air Promotions: ICTV Sign-On
  • Winner, Best Live Sports Production: Bombers Football

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2007

2007 Collegiate Broadcasters, Inc. Student Production Awards

Washington, D.C. – October 2007

  • Winner, Best Drama: Beyond – “The Terrible Young Couple”
  • Winner, Best Sportscast: ”Sports Final”
  • Winner, Best Sports Play-by-Play: ”Ithaca Football vs. Hartwick”
  • Winner, Best Special Broadcast: ”The Race 2, Episode 1″

New York State Associated Press Broadcasters Association: Annual News Competition - College Television Competition

  • First Place, “Newswatch 16″ produced by Cody Holyoke. News Director: Becky Goodling. Director: Joe McCormick. Anchor: Ana Liss and Cody Holyoke.

Society of Professional Journalist Awards

  • First Place, Television Newscast: “Newswatch 16″
  • First Place, Television General News Reporting: “Plan B” on Newswatch 16 produced by Ray Villeda and Colin Bonzey
  • First Place, Television In-Depth Reporting: “Timothy’s Law” produced by Marie Luby

Time Warner PEGASYS Local Cable Access Awards

  • Winner, Comedy/Variety: “This Week Tonight” produced by Michael DeHart and Kyle Jamieson
  • Winner, Live: “Sports Final” produced by Luke Uttaro
  • Winner, Magazine: “The Gridiron Report” produced by Amy Zeleznoc
  • Winner, Documentary: “The Race” produced by Peter Berg
  • Best Educational Access: “Sports Final” and “The Race”

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2006

College Media Advisers’ National Conference

St. Louis – October 2006

  • Winner, Best Sports Play By Play: “Women’s Basketball: Ithaca vs. Elmira”
  • Finalist, Play by Play: “Bombers Football: Ithaca vs. Cortland 11/05″
  • Finalist, Drama: “Beyond: The Archive of Charles Welling 12/05″
  • Finalist, Sportscast, “The Gridiron Report 11/09/05″

New York State Associated Press Broadcasters Association: Annual News Competition – College Division

Saratoga Springs NY – June 2006

  • First Place, Best Regularly Scheduled Local News Program: “Newswatch 16″ produced by Jared Wiener News Director: Aaron Inver.
  • First Place , Best News Story: “St. Patrick’s Day 4 Trial” reported by Marie Luby, Photographer: Lindsey Knox

Broadcast Education Association 2006 News Division Student Awards

Las Vegas – April 2006

  • Finalist: “The Cortaca Jug” produced by Nathan Lindberg and Colin Bonzey
  • Finalist: “Ithaca is Drugged” produced by Ray Villeda and Chris Cucci

Society of Professional Journalists 2005 Mark of Excellence Awards

Rutgers University – April 2006

  • Second Place , Television Breaking News Reporting: “St. Pat’s 4 Trial”  reported by Marie Luby, Photographer: Lindsey Knox
  • Second Place, Television Sports Reporting: “The Cortaca Jug” produced by Nathan Lindberg and Colin Bonzey
  • Second Place, Television Sports Photography: “Bombers Football, Ithaca v. Cortland” produced by Anthony Sabato and Colin Bonzey
  • Third Place, Television Newscast: “Newswatch 16″

College Media Advisers Apple Award

New York City – March 2006

  • Winner, Television News Broadcasting: “Newswatch 16″

Time Warner Pegasys Local Access Awards

  • Winner, Best Comedy/Variety Show: “Unicorn Boy” produced by Peter Berg and Michael Wechsler
  • Winner, Best Educational Access: “Unicorn Boy” produced by Peter Berg and Michael Wechsler

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2005

2005 Collegiate Broadcasters, Inc. Student Production Awards

Kansas City, MO – October 2005

  • Winner, Best Student Media Website: ICTV.org by Peter Berg ’07
  • Winner, Best TV Comedy: ”The Solarium” produced by Jesse Porter ’05
  • Winner, Best TV Drama: ”My Loyal Imposters” produced by Andrea Adams ’06
  • Winner, Best TV Promo: ”The Ithacan Online” by Robert Edwards ’05
  • Winner, Best Video Documentary: ”Mad Cow Crusaders” produced by Matthew Antalek ’06, Dan Shott ’06, Jaime Foster ’06, and Rachel Webster ’06

Hometown Video Festival

Monterey, CA – July 2005

  • Winner, News Non-Professional: “Newswatch 16″

New York State Associated Press Broadcasters

Saratoga Springs, NY – June 2005

  • Winner, Best Regularly Scheduled Local News Program: “Newswatch 16 Feb. 22, 2005″

Broadcast Education Association’s 2005 Festival of Media Arts

  • First Place, Promotional: “Studio Walk” produced by Robert Edwards
  • Third Place, Studio Production: “30 Minutes” produced by Chris Caccioppoli

Society of Professional Journalists Regional Competition

  • First Place, Television Spot News Reporting: “Manhunt Ends” produced by Kelly McPherson & Michael Geller
  • Second Place, Television Non-Daily Newscast: “Newswatch 16″
  • Second Place, Television Feature: “Ice Fishing” produced by Adam Aurand & Peter Busa
  • Third Place, Television Feature: “Calvin Rothermich” produced by Kyle Clark & Michael Geller

Associated Collegiate Press Apple Award

  • Winner, Best Television Newscast: “Newswatch 16 Feb. 22, 2005″

Time Warner Pegasys Local Access Awards

  • Winner, Newscast/Magazine: “Newswatch 16″ produced by Michael Geller
  • Winner, Performing Arts: “Work in Progress” produced by Nathan Brown
  • Winner, Best Educational Access: “The Solarium with Professor Smedley Drake” produced by Jesse Porter
  • Winner, Best Educational Access: “Newswatch 16″ produced by Michael Geller

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2004

College Media Advisers Fall 2004 Conference

Nashvill, TN – November 2004

  • Best of Show, Best Television News Program: “Newswatch 16″
  • Best TV Newscast: “Newswatch 16″
  • Best TV News Reporting: “Ice Fishing” on Newswatch 16, reported by Adam Aurand. Photographer: Peter Busa
  • Best Video Promotion: ICTV.org by Robert Edwards
  • Best TV Technical Production: “By the Book” produced by Don Ferlazzo
  • Finalist, TV News Reporting: “The Rose Inn Fire” on Newswatch 16, reported by Evan Axelbank. Photographer: Sean Colahan
  • Finalist, TV Sportscast: “Newswatch 16 Sports” produced by Matt Millson and Ed Cohen
  • Finalist, TV Sports Play by Play: “Bombers Football – Ithaca v. Cortland” Anchors: Chris Onorato and Adam Aurand
  • Finalist, Regularly Scheduled TV Program: “Thirty Minutes” produced by Chris Caccioppoli and Dave Ferguson
  • Finalist, Music Video: “Photobooth by Andrew Rowe and Abhinav Bhat

Academy of Television Arts & Sciences – College Television Awards

Los Angeles, CA – March 2004

  • First Place, Newscast: “Newswatch 16  November 20, 2003″ produced by Michael Geller and directed by John Cook. ICTV and Ithaca College’s first College Emmy Award

Society of Professional Journalists’ Mark of Excellence Regional Awards

Harrisburg PA – April 2004

  • Best Non-daily Television Newscast: “Newswatch 16″
  • Second Place, Television In-depth Reporting: “The Candidates & the Issues” produced by  Adam Aurand & John Cook
  • Second Place, Television Sports Reporting: “The Ooga Booga Man” produced by Edward Cohen and Matthew Corsetti
  • Third Place, Television News Photography: “Lockheed Helicopter” by Peter Busa
  • Third Place, Television Feature Photography: “Snowy Showdown at RPI” by Peter Busa
  • Third Place, Television Sports Photography: “Ithaca vs. Cortland” by Peter Busa and Stefan Tannenbaum

Time Warner Pegasys Local Access Awards

  • Winner, Comedy/Variety: “Thirty Minutes”
  • Winner, Religion/Philosophy: ”Ultimate Utopia”

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2003

Associated Collegiate Press – College Media Advisers Conference

Dallas TX – November 2003

  • Best of Show in Broadcast News: ”Newswatch 16 October 21, 2003″

Collegiate Broadcasters National Student Production Awards – College Media Advisers Conference

Dallas TX – November 2003

  • First Place, Television Sports Play-by-Play: “Bombers Football Ithaca v. Buffalo State” Announcers: Adam Aurand and Keith Hannon
  • Finalist, Newscast: ”Newswatch 16 November 14, 2002″
  • Finalist, Sportscast: ”Newswatch 16″
  • Finalist, Technical Excellence: ”Election Center 2002″

New York State Associated Press Broadcasters Association

Saratoga Springs, NY – June 2003

  • Best Regularly Scheduled Local News Program Among Small Market New York Newscasts - “Newswatch 16″

Alliance for Community Media International Conference – Hometown Video Festival

Tacoma WA – July 2003

  • Election Coverage – Non-Professional Division: “Election Center 2002″

Society of Professional Journalists

  • Second Place, NonDaily Newscast: “Newswatch 16 March 26, 2002″
  • First Place, Television Sports Photography: “Game Day”  by Peter Busa, Shannon Ross, Lindsay Schwartz

College Media Advisers Conference

New York City – March 2003

  • Apple Award for TV Journalism: “Newswatch 16 November 14th, 2002″

PEGASYS – Local Time Warner Cable

  • News/Informational: “Newswatch 16 March 26, 2002.” News Director: Jeff Saperstone.
  • Comedy/Variety: “How May I Help You?” produced by James Wolan
  • Religion/Philosophy: “Ultimate Utopia,” produced by Jenny Marsella
  • Arts/Event: “Magic Through Time” produced by Adam Levy and Alex Pryor

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2002

College Media Advisers/Collegiate Broadcasters – National Convention

Orlando – November 2002

  • First Place, Television News Reporting: “Plain Street Bridge” Reporter: Meredith Jorgensen
  • Second Place, Television Newscast: “Newswatch 16 March 26, 2002″

Society of Professional Journalists Regional Competition

  • First Place, Television Spot News Reporting: “Stop Staples” Reporter: Meredith Jorgensen. Photographer: Ed Nescot.
  • Second Place, Television General News: “Recycling Day” Reporter: Cassie Safrit. Photographer: Peter Busa.
  • Second Place, Television In-Depth Reporting: “Warplane Museum Closing” Reporter: Ben Simmoneau. Photographer: Meredith Jorgensen
  • Third Place, Television General News: “Coping with Nor’easter” Reporter: Christopher O’Leary. Photographer: Michael Johnson.
  • Honorable Mention, Television Feature Reporting: “Mobility Event and Metacriticism” Reporter: Ben Dobson

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2001

College Media Advisers/Collegiate Broadcasters

New Orleans – October 2001

  • Second Place, Television Newscast: “Newswatch 16 April 8, 2001″
  • CMA Diversity Award: “Reportage on Newswatch 16, April 8, 10 and 12, 2001.” Reporters: Jenelle West, Ben Dobson, and Julie Cochran.

Society of Professional Journalists

  • Television Spot News: “Sodexho-Marriott Protest” by Adam Aurand
  • General News Reporting: “Vet School/PETA” Reporter: Ben Simmoneau. Photographer: Darryl Drevna.

2001 Hometown Video Festival

  • Documentary: Profile (Non-professional): “Behind the Scenes” by Jon Mendelsohn

Society of Professional Journalists – Region One

  • Best Non-Daily Newscast: “Newswatch 16: March 2, Oct. 8, Dec. 7, 2000″ News Directors: Ben Dobson and Jenny Rizzo
  • First Place, TV Sports Reporting: “The Gridiron Report: Ithaca v. Buffalo State” produced by Laura Remia. Reporter: Jon Alhart
  • First Place, TV Spot News Reporting: “Sodexho-Marriott Protest” Reporter: Adam Aurand. Photographer: Adam Mazzuto
  • Second Place, TV Spot News Reporting: “Trash Pileup” Reporter: Ben Simmoneau. Photographer: Allison Toole
  • First Place, General News Reporting: “Vet School/PETA” Reporter: Ben Simmoneau. Photographer: Darryl Drevna.
  • Second Place, Feature Reporting: “Cornell Legos Competition” by Ben Dobson and Jeff Saperstone

PEGASYS 16th Annual Time Warner Local Cable Awards

  • Best Magazine Program: “Behind the Scenes” produced by Jon Mendelsohn
  • Best Educational Access Program: “Behind the Scenes” produced by Jon Mendelsohn

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