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TROY student journalists win national, regional awards

TROY TrojanVision took home awards from the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System during the 2018 conference.

TROY TrojanVision took home awards from the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System during the 2018 conference.

Troy University’s student media brought home awards from three national and regional conferences for 2018.

TROY TrojanVision News won two national awards from the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System (IBS) for Best Television/Video Newscast and Best Television/Video Promotion and were finalists for three others.

This is the first year TrojanVision has competed in the IBS competition, according to…

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TROY college journalists honored by SEJC, TROY TrojanVision sweeps broadcast awards

TROY TrojanVision swept the first place awards in the broadcast category during the recent SEJC Convention.

TROY TrojanVision swept the first place awards in the broadcast category during the recent SEJC Convention.

Students from Troy University’s Hall School of Journalism and Communication were recently recognized with a spate of top awards by the Southeast Journalism Conference, including two first-place wins for TROY TrojanVision in best news program and best college TV station.

J-School students took home 10 awards during the annual SEJC Conference, held Feb. 16-18 at…

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Student reporter captures stories of hope, survival in Baton Rouge

TrojanVision reporter Rachael Wilkerson reporting on flood relief efforts in Baton Rouge.

TrojanVision reporter Rachael Wilkerson reporting on flood relief efforts in Baton Rouge.

When Troy University athletics and the local Christian Love Center partnered to bring supplies to flood ravaged Baton Rouge, Louisiana, TrojanVision sent reporter Rachael Wilkerson to capture the story.

But for Wilkerson, a senior broadcast journalism major from Huntsville, what started as an opportunity for hands-on learning quickly became a life changing experience.

“It was…

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