Vollies go to volunteers for community cable TV work

March 26, 2006

The Community Media Center of Carroll County hosted its 15th Vollies Award Ceremony on Friday at the Carroll County Arts Center.

The event celebrates the TV productions of a broad range of volunteers from the past year at the community cable channels.

Winners were:

Best Performance Program: subKulture, Anastasia Blink.

Best Programming for or by Youth: Facts, Fiction & Hope: Solutions & Supports, Carroll County Health Department.

Best Talk Interview Program: It's Your Carroll County, Audrey Cimino.

Best On Camera Talent: CETV Newsmakers, Shanin Thornton.

Best Community Program: Carroll County: A Family of Farmers, Kevin Carmack.

Best Informational or Instructional Program: Brink's Travelogue, Bob Brink.

Best Religious Program: Baltimore School of the Bible #9, Greg Whithair.

Best Station Project: Technically Correct, Carroll Technology Council.

Best Public Service Announcement: Domestic Violence, Shoshana Roberts.

Best Studio Produced Public, Educational and Government (PEG) Program: Curriculum Council: What Makes a Good Teacher?, Cathy Romeo.

Best Field Produced PEG Program: CETV Newsmakers: On the Positive Side, Susan Thornton.

Best PEG PSA: Unseld: Book Fair, Carroll Community College.

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