Newhouse students win big at 2022 BEA On-Location Creative Awards

Newhouse students came to win at this year’s Broadcast Education Association (BEA) On-Location Creative Awards competition, garnering 16 awards for their projects. 44 Films helped sweep the Sports Competition division, including Best of Show winner Annika Boos for her “@seantucker2020” video.  

The winners were recognized at BEA’s On-Location Conference, which took place Oct. 6-8 at Colorado State University. Congratulations to everyone!

Sports Competition

Best of Show: Annika Boos, Syracuse University; “@seantucker2020

Awards of Excellence:

Hayley Fedor, “FLJ: Rise to the Rafters”

Zachary Katz, Brett Rood and Walker Simasek, “The Return of Otto’s Army”

Walker Simasek, “Playing for Kelly”

Hayley Fedor, Annika Boos, “Otto’s Origins”

Annika Boos, “The Comeback Year: A rower’s triumph over loss”


Photojournalism – Single Photo Competition

Awards of Excellence:

Hailey Trejo, “Drag Show Finals”

Isaiah Vazquez, “Flying High”


Photojournalism – Story Competition

Award of Excellence:

Gavin Liddell, “Grit & Glory”


Documentary Competition

Awards of Excellence:

Cole Pielop, “Our Secret”

Wendy Wang, “Maggie Olive’s Story”


Film & Video Narrative Competition

Awards of Excellence:

Eric Makic, “Spring Time”


Film & Video Promo/PSA/Commercial

Awards of Excellence:

Olivia Kienzle, Yuri Suh, “The Cycle Project”

Manny Serrano, “Suicide Prevention PSA”

Lynn Seah, “Regional Remix”

Interactive Multimedia Competition

Awards of Excellence:

The Entitled to Equality Staff, “Entitled To Equality”