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BVTV Student News Team goes for number four in 2004
Broadcast Technology program is one of eight finalists in the 2004 National
Scholastic Press Association's (NSPA) Pacemaker competition. Considered the
Pulitzer Prize in school publications, the Pacemaker awards will be announced at
the Fall National High School Journalism Convention in
on November 20th. Judges for this contest are professional
broadcast journalists who have no affiliation with NSPA.
news show Good Morning,
is the Student News Team's entry for 2004. In addition to sports highlights
and weather, this edition includes features on teen driving safety, how parents
have lobbied for legal reforms in the aftermath of a tragedy, and with the help of district staff, a
seven year old student beats the odds.
program has previously won three Pacemakers, in 2001 through 2003. Winning a fourth award in 2004 would
give this program the distinction of being only the second school program in
Broadcast Pacemaker history (instituted in 1997) to win four consecutive
Adviser for the
Student News Team is Bruce McRoberts.
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