Student Media Competition 2014

Over $6,000 of prizes to be awarded in March, 2014.

In association with

MediaStorm
Best investigative journalism production
(e.g. long-running investigation)
Best opinion piece/production
(e.g. editorial column)
Best multimedia
production
(e.g. video production)
1st Prize: $400 + $1,000 discount on a 12-month Camayak license for 2014-15 1st Prize: $400 + $1,000 discount on a 12-month Camayak license for 2014-15 1st Prize: $400 + 12-month subscription to MediaStorm training videos (worth $200)
2nd Prize: $200 + $500 discount on a 12-month Camayak license for 2014-15 2nd Prize: $200 + $500 discount on a 12-month Camayak license for 2014-15 2nd Prize: $200 + 12-month subscription to MediaStorm training videos (worth $200)

Founder of 2462, 3460, and 2905 newsletters which connect NYC with LA, London, and San Francisco. New York ambassador for Sandbox and board member of NPR's Generation Listen. Honored as one of Forbes 30 Under 30 in 2012.

Assistant professor of communication studies at Azusa Pacific University. Received her Ph.D. in Sociology from City University London. Her MA in International Journalism from Westminster University included a documentary on the 2005 UK Parliamentary election.

Director of student media at Midwestern State University. Has received Gold Key award from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association, Pioneer Award from the National Scholastic Press Association and Carl Towley Award from the Journalism Education Association.

Any full or part-time student who has worked on something original that falls into one of our categories (and has been published by their student media outlet) can compete. Remember: you must be a part or full-time student as of March 1st, 2014 to qualify and please don’t submit your work to more than one category, or it will be rejected. Good luck!