News • November 04, 2022

Lancer Media Group earns multiple awards

Lancer Media Group earns multiple awards

Riverside, Calif. (Nov. 3, 2022) – Students in the Lancer Media Group brought home more than 28 awards last month from multiple competitions.

Students attending MediaFest22 in Washington, D.C., on Oct. 26-30 won honors from the College Media Association’s Pinnacle Awards and the Associated Collegiate Press’ Pacemaker Awards.

At the Pinnacle Awards, Pursuit magazine earned a second-place award for writing and a third place for best page/spread design. The 2022 Angelos yearbook, “Restructure,” won third place for Yearbook of the Year and second place for best sports page/spread. CBU TV’s Ignacio Dominguez and Lauren Brooks received third for Best Multimedia Breaking News Story for “John W. North Teacher on Leave.” LMG’s Instagram Page, @cbulancermedia, won third place for Best Social Media Main Page.

At the Pacemaker Awards, Pursuit magazine’s Luc Stringer, Camille Grochowski and Caleb Chong won second place for Magazine Cover Design of the Year. Anyssa Gonzalez and Kia Harlan earned fourth place for Yearbook Cover Design of the Year, and Stringer received fourth place in the Feature Story of the Year category for his story “Our 9/11: How COVID-19 Changed Everything, Again.” Additionally, Pursuit magazine earned a Pacemaker as one of the top magazines for its Spring 2022 magazine, and CBU TV was a finalist in Broadcast Program of the Year.

The Associate Collegiate Press also presented Best of Show awards. Every Lancer Media Group publication placed in the top seven, with Angelos yearbook earning second place. CBU TV’s Dominguez received third place in the Broadcast News Story for Fairview fire continues to grow.

Broadcast journalists from CBU TV traveled to Baltimore for the College Broadcasters Inc. National Student Electronic Media Convention on Oct. 26-29. In CBU TV’s first time competing in the contest, Dominguez took home a second-place award for Best Feature News Reporting, and Ivania Montes took home second for Best Sports Reporting.

“It’s exciting and encouraging to see the hard work of LMG students recognized by professionals in all three of these competitions, especially alongside top-notch programs across the country,” said Sonya Singh, director of student publications. “We love seeing students from other universities pick up copies of LMG publications, and we return inspired by their work as well. We’re so proud of our students and their commitment to producing good journalism that serves the CBU community.”

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