Michael Downey, a student at Humber’s Radio Broadcast Diploma program, and his student collaborators have won best newscast in the category of Audio Radio Newscast at the 2017 Broadcast Educators Association of Canada National Student Awards.
On April 24th, Broadcasting - Radio postgraduate student, Clare Bonnyman won first place for “The Story of Studio 212” in Audio Storytelling at the Emerge Awards. Broadcasting - Radio diploma students Sean Towgood, Tevin Guthrie and Chris Wheeler placed second for their work on “Stigma” in the same category.
On April 19th, Radio Humber Diploma’s ‘Writing for Radio’ Professor Larry MacInnis won 3 coveted Crystal Awards for best radio commercial, station promotion and public service announcement.
Two SMSIT students competed on March 8th in Voices 2017, an annual speech competition run by PR students for PR students in the GTA. This year’s theme was “the world in reverse”.
Congratulations to the 2017 Grip Juicer winning team, Channel Six, Humber College.
FMTV thesis film "Land of Nod" won runner-up in Best Live Action category in Canada's Top Ten Student Shorts Programme on January 14, 2017.
'The Illusory', an art installation designed by Humber students has won the Winter Stations design competition and will be open to the public at The Beaches on February 20th 2017.
Humber College Film & Television Production Advanced Diploma Program's "The Land of Nod" (2016) makes TIFF Top Ten and will screen as part of the 16th Annual Canada's Top Ten Film Festival in January 2017.
Justin MacDonald and Fiona Cleary couldn't be more deserving of the People's Choice Award. They both worked tirelessly during the campaign promoting the competition and entry, which paid off!
For the fourth year in a row, the Radio-TV-Digital News Association held its Central Canada meeting and awards luncheon at Humber College on Saturday, April 23rd.
This is the second year in a row that our students have won the BEAC award for a two-hour live election special show on Radio Humber.
Three SMSIT students competed on March 30th in Voices 2016, an annual speech competition run by students for students in the GTA.