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2019 Video of the Year winners

The Missouri Journalism Education Association is pleased to announce the 2018-2019 Video of the Year winners.

These students submitted impressive pieces of work from this school year that were selected as the winners by a highly-qualified judging team. This is a wonderful honor for all the students and the schools they represent and are indicative of the high quality of their publications programs.

The MJEA Individual Student awards were designed to honor the very best in student writing, photography, design and video storytelling in Missouri by selecting one winner in each category. The state winners will receive a special medallion and certificate in the mail soon.

FEATURE VIDEO STORY OF THE YEAR WINNERS AND FINALISTS

Northmen News

Sklyer Benjamin and Bridget Johnsen of Oak Park High School have been named winners of the Feature Video Story of the Year competition for their story “Future Oakies.” Finalists in this competition included Megan Mueller from Timberland High School for her story “Timberland at Thescon; also named as a finalist was Tyler Kinzy from Parkway West High School for the story “Inside an Improv Show;” the third finalists were Jackson Estwanick and Shon Sayfuddinov from Marquette High School for their story “Gift of Giving.”

NEWS VIDEO STORY OF THE YEAR WINNERS AND FINALISTS

Northmen News

Bridget Johnsen, Carter Johnson and Will Pellant of Oak Park High School have been named winners of the News Video Story of the Year competition for their story “LGBTQ+ Walkout.”

Emily Hood from Francis Howell North High School was named a finalist in this category for her story “Rising College Tuition Affects Student Education Decisions.”

SPORTS NEWS VIDEO STORY OF THE YEAR WINNERS AND FINALISTS

Staley News

Alli Brinton, Karson Davis, Gracie Neff and Jared Kenite of Staley High School have been named winners of the Sports News Video Story of the Year winners for their story “Sidelined: Student Athletic Injuries Take A Toll.”

Gracie Aguilar, Kayden Zipoy and Mia Williams from Francis Howell Central High School were named finalists for their story “There’s More to Color Guard Than You Think.”

 

SPECIAL PROJECT VIDEO STORY OF THE YEAR WINNERS AND FINALISTS

Lancer Feed

Grace Kirtley and Chloe Baker of Lafayette High School have been named winners of the Special Project Video Story of the Year for their story “Remembering 9/11.”

Michael Caldwell, Kierstin LaRue and Emma Oesterly of Lee’s Summit High School were named finalists for their Dec. 12 broadcast; Jennifer Bosche, Jadynne Watts, Shon Sayfuddinov, Jackson Estwanick and Marta Mieze of Marquette High School were named finalists for their episode focused on “Play and Performance.”

 

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2019 Video of the Year winners