N.C. communicators win awards for work
    May 22 2013 by BR staff

    Baptist communicators in North Carolina brought home several awards from Arkansas recently.

    The Baptist Communicators Association (BCA) held its 60th annual meeting in Little Rock, Ark., April 17-20. BCA is a professional development organization open to anyone serving in Baptist communications.

    K Brown, a videographer for the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina (BSC), won four awards including a first place award for Bridge of Hope in the Audio-Visual Communications Division for video promotions that were less than 15 minutes. In the photography division, Brown won a second and third place award for Feature or News (International) – Series. His Bridge of Hope work garnered second place in this category, and his Slate and Chalk entry received a third place award. Brown’s Radically Transformed won a second place award for Promotional or Advertisement (domestic or International) – Series, also in photography.
    Mike Creswell, BSC consultant for the Cooperative Program (CP), and Carly Conley placed third in the Interactive Communications Division for Web-based Other Media, for their 52 Sundays, a CP promotional work. Conley, a freelance graphic artist, also does graphic work for the Biblical Recorder. The Biblical Recorder’s design team placed second in the Design Division for Publications – State Baptist Newspaper.
    Blake Ragsdale and Tabitha Ward of the Baptist Children’s Homes of North Carolina (BCH) placed second in social media application in the interactive communications division for the BCH Facebook page.
    Next year’s BCA workshop will be April 9-12 at LifeWay Ridgecrest Conference Center. To learn more about BCA, including how to become a member, visit baptistcommunicators.org. BCA also is on Facebook and Twitter.
    5/22/2013 3:19:48 PM by BR staff | with 0 comments
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