CU students win broadcasting awards from Oklahoma Broadcast Education Association

Cameron University students Cameron Goss and Kyle Luetters have been named as award winners by the Oklahoma Broadcast Education Association for broadcasting work they produced in 2008. Goss, a junior from Lawton, will be honored for his short film, "The Legend of Martin West." Luetters, a sophomore from Garden City, KS, will receive an award for directing "In The Huddle," CUTV's weekly sports program. Goss and Luetters will receive their awards during the Oklahoma Association for Broadcasters Student Day luncheon on April 17 in Tulsa. The event allows students to interact with broadcasters from across the state and present their winning entries.

"The OBEA competition allows Cameron students to compete against their counterparts from other Oklahoma institutions," says CU Assistant Professor of Communication Steve Adams. "Cameron and Kyle have produced exceptional work as part of their broadcasting coursework, and they are much deserving of these awards."

The Oklahoma Broadcast Education Association is comprised of 18 colleges and universities across the state and has sponsored the competition, honoring the best work by broadcasting students in Oklahoma, for 18 years. Submitted works must have been completed during 2008 by undergraduate students enrolled at OBEA member schools.


March 10, 2009
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