WCM announces the Best of the Midwest Video Fest award winners
Marshfield producers and programs earn multiple awards
MARSHFIELD — Wisconsin Community Media has announced the 2015 Best of the Midwest Video Fest award-winning programs.
“It’s our third year as a Midwest regional video fest, and we are continuing to grow. This year we received over 200 entries from 34 media centers in Wisconsin, Minnesota, Illinois, Iowa, and North Dakota,” said Mary Cardona, executive director of Wisconsin Community Media. Fourteen judging sites in three states reviewed programs.
Awards are based on the raw score received. Top scoring entries receive an “Excellence Award,” the next level receives an “Achievement Award,” and the third level receives a “Merit Award.” This year, 75 percent of entries scored high enough to win an award, and 10 programs featured on Marshfield Community Television are among the winners. The following Marshfield producers and programs earned awards this year:
—Breanna Speth and Brett Butler, “A Tour of Jurustic Park with Clyde Wynia”
—Joleen Specht, “Giving Hope a Home”
—Breanna Speth, Carrie Lippert, and Brett Butler, “Chat with the Chief”
—John Beck, “Piecemaker’s Quilt Show”
—Breanna Speth and Dana Speth, “Central Chamber Chorale Concert”
—Breanna Speth and Brett Butler, “Wood County Master Gardeners”
—Breanna Speth, Shirley Gebert, and David Buehler, “Sir Ferris, Cub Scouts, and Medieval Armour”
—Breanna Speth, “‘Paws for Brittany’ Fundraiser for Marshfield Area Pet Shelter Project”
—Breanna Speth, “A Slice of Heaven-Cooking With Ruth: Episode 43”
—Breanna Speth and Brett Butler, “Dairyfest Parade 2014”
Videos are available online at marshfieldtv.com.