21 AMP members, 8 high schoolers recognized in NFPW Communication Contests
Twenty-one AMP members and eight Alabama high school students were recognized for their outstanding work in this year’s National Federation of Press Women Professional and High School Communication Contests.
Winners of the professional contest were announced June 25 during the NFPW conference in Fargo, N.D. AMP members received 29 awards, including nine first-place recognitions.
More than 2,000 entries were submitted in this year’s national contest. Winners in the contest first competed in contests within their state or in an at-large contest for states without contests. First-place winners in these contests advanced to the national contest. AMP members who placed are listed below. (To read the details of their awards, see the slideshow above.)
Bob Blalock with co/entrants
Michael Clay Carey
Chuck Chandler with co-entrants
Solomon Crenshaw Jr.
Isabel Hope (collegiate entry)
Pearl Langley (collegiate entry)
Moriah Mason (collegiate entry)
Ashlee Woods (collegiate entry)
A complete list of NFPW Professional Communications Contest winners can be found here.
Eight entries that advanced from the AMP High School Communication Contest were recognized in the NFPW High School Contest. The winners were:
First Place, Graphics/Photo Illustration: Olivia Lake, Sparkman High
Second Place, Feature Story: Tess Warren, Sparkman High
Second Place, Yearbook Layout: Jayanna Curry, Sparkman High
Honorable Mention, Best Newscast (Radio or Television): Tiger TV, Auburn High
Honorable Mention, Opinion: Harrison Hollingsworth, Sparkman High
Honorable Mention, News Story: Olivia Bodner, Sparkman High
Honorable Mention, Sports Story: Kyla Davidson, Sparkman High
Honorable Mention, Double-Truck Layout: Bria Howard, Sparkman High
See a complete list of NFPW High School Communication Contest winners here.