Arter places second in BEA Festival of Media Arts

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Arter places second in BEA Festival of Media Arts

Color portrait of Clare Arter on a red campus background
Clare Arter

Clare Arter of Sterling, Nebraska, placed second in the Broadcast Education Association Festival of Media Arts on Feb. 16.

Arter, a senior journalism major at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln, was recognized in the PSA, promo or commercial category for her work “Winter” People’s City Mission.

The BEA Festival of Media Arts is an international media competition focused on student and faculty creative endeavors. In the past five years, more than 6,000 student creative works have been submitted from BEA’s 300-plus member institutions around the globe. Entries go through a blind-juried review in the following competitions: audio, documentary, film and video, interactive multimedia and emerging technologies, news, scriptwriting and sports.

John Shrader, associate professor of broadcasting in the College of Journalism and Mass Communications at Nebraska, also earned an award of excellence in the faculty sports radio category.

“Congratulations to Clare Arter and John Shrader for their outstanding achievements in the Broadcast Education Association’s Festival of Media Arts,” said Shari Veil, Jane T. Olson Dean of the College of Journalism and Mass Communications. “Their success not only reflects their talent and dedication, but also highlights the excellence of our journalism and broadcasting programs at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln.”

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