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6 Peoria Unified students receive Rocky Mountain Southwest nominations

Posted 10/24/22

The Rocky Mountain Southwest Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announced that six Peoria Unified students have been nominated for the 2022 National Student Production Awards.

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6 Peoria Unified students receive Rocky Mountain Southwest nominations

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The Rocky Mountain Southwest Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announced that six Peoria Unified students have been nominated for the 2022 National Student Production Awards.

The National Student Production Awards recognize high school students from across the nation and showcase the works of the next generation of TV industry leaders.

Nominees were selected from more than 2,000 entries across the country in 25 programming and craft categories including music video, fiction and nonfiction, talent, commercial, animation and more. Entries were judged by selected industry professionals and media academics.

“It is an honor to recognize all the student production award nominees and to have 18 chapter members honored at the national level,” said Doug Mummert, National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences’ Rocky Mountain Southwest Chapter President and the National Academy’s Foundation Chairman. “Each and every nominee has produced amazing work, and we are fortunate enough to highlight their talents and projects. We are excited to see what the future holds for this industry.”

The recipients of the 2022 National Student Production Awards will be announced on Thursday, Nov. 17 at 10 a.m., and the ceremony will be streamed via The Emmys App available at Watch.TheEmmys.TV.

The Rocky Mountain Southwest Chapter’s National Student Production Awards nominees from PUSD include:

Multimedia Journalist (Video Essay)
Daktronics Dream Come True
Peoria Unified School District
Brandon Zukas (Bryce Budoff, Advisor)

Public Affairs/Community Service
Social Media Algorithm
Liberty High School PSBN
Leila Ruterman (Jim Byrne, Advisor)

Fiction - Short Form
Ryan's Ryan: College Special
Sunrise Mountain High School
Ryan Kraska, Kalini Aguon-Sewell (Amy Nygard, Advisor)

Commercial
Boys Volleyball Game Promo
Sunrise Mountain High School
Kalini Aguon-Sewell, Ryan Kraska (Amy Nygard, Advisor)

Audio/Sound
Audio Reel
Sunrise Mountain High School
Ryan Kraska (Amy Nygard, Advisor)

Talent - Performer
Ryan's Ryan: College Special
Sunrise Mountain High School
Ryan Kraska (Amy Nygard, Advisor)

For additional information regarding the National Student Production Awards and the National Academy’s Foundation, please visit theemmys.tv/foundation/. To stay up to date with the Rocky Mountain Southwest Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, go to RockyMountainEmmy.org.

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