Huntington University brings home 12 student Emmy awards

Nearly double the number of the closest competition

Posted 11/23/21

Chloe Evans, Cheyanne Glazier, Alexis Lopez (Award Winner), Chloe Caufield (award winner), Nathan Holt (award winner), Xander Williams (multiple award winner), Jose “Pepe” Sifuentes …

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Huntington University brings home 12 student Emmy awards

Nearly double the number of the closest competition


Huntington University Arizona students brought home 12 Rocky Mountain Emmy Student Production Awards for 2021.

With 26 nominations — more than double the number of 2020 nominations — HU Arizona received the highest number of Rocky Mountain Emmy Student Production Award nominations, and with 12 wins, was the winningest school represented. All other schools with nominations are significantly larger than HU Arizona, the closest in size being over 121 times larger, and the largest being well over 300 times the size of HU Arizona, according to a news release.

For over a decade, the Rocky Mountain Southwest Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has hosted the Regional College Student Production Awards for Excellence. These Awards are intended to recognize excellence in the academic pursuit of skills necessary to produce outstanding quality multimedia content for the television industry. For the full list of recipients, visit the Rocky Mountain Southwest Chapter’s website.

Huntington University Arizona opened its doors in 2016, welcoming students seeking a degree in digital media arts. Since that time, students have created regionally and nationally awarded work, including ADDY awards, BEA Best of Fest awards, and Emmy Student Production Awards.


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