CTN Brings Home Philo T. Farnsworth Video Competition Awards 

 
 

Community Television Network of Ann Arbor (CTN) has been recognized with several honors in the annual Philo Festival of Media Arts Awards. Over 150 entries were submitted this year from Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana and Michigan.

The Central States Region Alliance for Community Media (CS-ACM) will honor CTN and the winners of the annual Philo Festival of Media Arts Video Competition at their annual conference in October in Alliance, Ohio.

CTN First Place Honors

• Channel Bumps and Station IDs (:30 or Less) CTN Bump Stranger Things Ripoff, Producer Phil Boos, CTN, Ann Arbor.

Producer Dana Denha

• Community Event  Rosie the Riveter, Producers Dana Denha, Robert Hornbacker, CTN, Ann Arbor.

• Promotional Video (3:01 or More)  CTN On Demand, Producer Phil Boos, CTN Ann Arbor.

• Magazine Program  FYI, Producer Dana Denha, CTN, Ann Arbor.

• Arts/Cultural Awareness (Student Division w/ Skyline High School) Speaking Out Against Anti-Semitism, CTN Ann Arbor & TEDxYouth@AnnArbor, Ann Arbor.

• Religious (Student Division w/ Skyline High School) Breaking Mormon, CTN Ann Arbor & TEDxYouth@AnnArbor, Ann Arbor.

Producer Melissa Bondy (right)

CTN Finalist Honors

• Interview/Talk Show Adventures in Parenthood, Producers Dana Denha, Melissa Bondy, CTN, Ann Arbor.

• Sports Talk/Entertainment  Youth Impact Program, Producers Dana Denha, Robert Hornbacker, CTN, Ann Arbor.

For more information on the Philo Media awards, visit http://csregionacm.org/. For more information on CTN, visit www.a2gov.org/ctn

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