TV Broadcasting Students Win BEAC Music Video Award
The Broadcast Educator's Association of Canada (BEAC) has honoured two Fanshawe College Broadcasting Television (Fanshawe TV) students with a national award. Co-producers Jacob McIntyre and Brendan Jessamine shared the BEAC National Student Award for Best Music Video Production with their entry "Anu Beginning - Good Heavens."
Jacob was unable to attend the Ottawa gala but Brendan, who comes from the Ottawa area, attended the ceremony and accepted their award.
Above: Dan Pihlainen, BEAC Vice-President and Conference host (left) presents Fanshawe College Television Broadcasting student producer Brendan Jessamine with the BEAC National Student Award in the Music Video category. Absent from photo: co-producer Jacob McIntyre, also from Fanshawe TV.
The BEAC promotes excellence in media education. Their National Student Awards Program recognizes and rewards the unique combination of creativity and technical excellence demonstrated by students in radio, television, film, broadcast journalism, animation and new media programs taught in BEAC member institutions and accepts entries from across Canada. Sponsorship for the awards comes from the members themselves, who donate annually to the BEAC National Student Awards Fund.