88.1 the Park Staff Members Shine at State Awards
The Michigan Association of Broadcasters Foundation honored 11 Plymouth-Canton Educational Park students in their annual High School and College Awards Competition. The MABF presented the awards during the Great Lakes Broadcasting Conference and Expo on Wednesday March 8, 2017 in Lansing.
P-CEP students received 11 of the 30 awards presented in the high school radio category. The students received five first place awards in the 11 categories.
“Our students continue to amaze us each year. They are consistently among the best in the state and we couldn’t be prouder,” said Bill Keith, Station Manager.
The MABF received almost 700 High School and College entries in the radio and television competition. The entries came from from over 30 schools.
Plymouth Senior Amanda Barberena also received the WXYZ-TV Broadcasting Scholarship at the conference. She was recognized among current college students for this special honor.
“Amanda is so deserving of this recognition. She is a wonderful leader at our radio station and her impact at 88.1 will be felt for many years. We are lucky to have her on our staff,” said Keith.
The MAB Foundation is dedicated to promote, support and enhance the broadcast
industry for the good of all Michigan citizens, through education, research, public service, historical
preservation, information dissemination and a commitment to diversity in all aspects of the broadcast industry.
WSDP is owned and operated by the Plymouth-Canton Community Schools. Students at Canton, Plymouth and Salem High Schools serve as staff members. 88.1 The Park is celebrating 45 years of serving the Plymouth and Canton Communities.
88.1 the Park Winners
First Place – On Air Personality or Team – Zain Omair (Canton Senior)
First Place – Daily Newscast/News Feature – Sam Badger (Canton Sophomore)
First Place – Daily Newscast/News Feature – Mathieu Mondro (Canton Senior)
First Place – Daily Newscast/News Feature – Jack Krumm (Canton Sophomore)
Second Place – Daily Newscast/News Feature – Abby Morningstar (Salem Senior)
First Place – Talk Show – Saba Mangla (Plymouth Junior)
Second Place – Public Service Announcement – Dunni Adegbite (Salem Senior)
First Place – Sports Public Service Announcement – Sam Badger (Canton Sophomore)
First Place – Sports Public Service Announcement – Saba Mangla (Plymouth Junior)
First Place – Sports Public Service Announcement – Fiona Hughes (Canton Sophomore)
Honorable Mention – Promotional Announcement – Maisy Seale (Plymouth Sophomore)
First Place – Digital Media Experience – Amanda Barberena (Plymouth Senior)
First Place – Digital Media Experience – Maisy Seale (Plymouth Sophomore)
Second Place – Most Innovative Media Technology – Saba Mangla (Plymouth Junior)
Second Place – Current Events Program – Serafine Hinz (Salem Junior)
Honorable Mention – Current Events Program – Sam Badger (Canton Sophomore)