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ASSOCIATED PRESS AWARDS

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MT10 News personalities took home ten first-place awards at this year’s Tennessee College Associated Press Awards.  MT10 members took home an additional five, second- and third place awards.

BEST NEWS STORY

FIRST PLACE

Islamic Center Controversy
CHRIS DAVIS, MATT PARKER, KELSEY LEBECHUCKBEST ONGOING COVERAGE

BEST ONGOING COVERAGE

FIRST PLACE

Islamic Center Controversy Part 2
CHRIS DAVIS, MATT PARKER, KELSEY LEBECHUCK

BEST SPOT COVERAGE

 FIRST PLACE

Woodbury Fire
MATT PARKER, KELSEY LEBECHUCK, CHRIS DAVIS

BEST TELEVISION REPORTER

FIRST PLACE

Islamic Center Controversy
CHRIS DAVIS, MATT PARKER, KELSEY LEBECHUCK

SECOND PLACE

Woodbury Fire
MATT PARKER, KELSEY LEBECHUCK, CHRIS DAVIS

BEST VIDEOGRAPHER

FIRST PLACE

Jordan Powell - AP 2014 College Contest Entry Best Videographer
JORDAN POWELL

BEST FEATURE STORY

SECOND PLACE

Finishing a Dream: the Pat Yarber Story
CHRIS DAVIS

THIRD PLACE

Dead Social Media
JORDAN HALL, KELSEY LEBECHUCK, CHRIS DAVIS

BEST MULTI-MEDIA JOURNALIST

FIRST PLACE

MTSU Bomb Coverage
EMILY WEST, KELSEY LEBECHUCK, CHRIS DAVIS

BEST MULTI-MEDIA PACKAGE

FIRST PLACE

Islamic Center Controversy
CHRIS DAVIS, MATT PARKER, KELSEY LEBECHUCK

BEST NEWSCAST

FIRST PLACE

MT10 News
KELSEY LEBECHUCK, CHRIS DAVIS, MATTHEW PARKER

BEST SPORTS COVERAGE

FIRST PLACE

Kevin Byard - A Star for MT
JUSTIN BEASLEY

SECOND PLACE

Lena Cline - Ebony Rowe - PKG
LENA CLINE

THIRD PLACE

MTSU's Hidden Architect: James “Boots” Donnelly
RAFFERTY CLEARY, JORDAN TAYLOR

BEST COLLEGE MEDIA WEBSITE

FIRST PLACE

Bragg Innovative News Network
EMILY WEST

To be considered, videoS must have aired during the 2013 calendar year.

Our sister organization Sidelines, MTSU’s student-run newspaper, took home five awards as well.  Winners were announced at the Tennessee Associated Press 2014 College Awards Luncheon on Sunday, March 22 at the First Amendment Center in Nashville, TN.