The Michigan Association of Broadcasters (MAB) announced its annual student award winners. Some MIPA schools were given awards and we’d like to give them a quick shoutout. Below are schools that were honored:

Bloomfield Hills High School

  • First place, Innovations in Digital Media, staff
  • Second place, Daily Newscast, BHS-TV News, December Show 303, Cameron Carleton

Davison High School

  • First place, Hard News, Snapchat Dangers for Emmanuel Clinton
  • Second place, Documentary for In The Line Of Fire: Gun Violence In America, DTV staff
  • Second place, Daily Sportscast, DTV Sportscast 2, Ryley Wilcox
  • Second place, News Feature, Davison’s Rollaway Stands The Test of Time, Abigail  O’Neill, Emmanuel Clinton
  • Second place, Public Service Announcement for Suicide PSA, Kacie Love
  • Honorable mention, Daily Newscast for DTV Newscast 1, DTV staff

Forest Hills Central High School

  • Honorable mention, News Feature for Parking Investigation, Nolan Block, Charles Soucey, Joshua Sweeney

Fraser High School

  • Second place, Innovations in Digital Media for Tour the School, Kayla Rose, Jaden Adams, Veronica Cox

Lake Orion High School

  • Honorable mention, Sports Announcing Team for Seaholm vs. Lake Orion Varsity Boys’ Basketball, Brad Daenzer, Ben Wellman

Frederick V. Pankow Center

  • Honorable mention, Public Service Announcement for Don’t Be Your Own SpeedBump, Noah Hudson-Peralta

Montrose Hill-McCloy HS

  • First place, Sports Announcing Team, Eric Vandefifer, David Sackrider