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College’s Creative Work Recognized

KRCC Wins Best Mini-Documentary/Series, CC Wins 4 Addys

KRCC won the Colorado Broadcasters Association Award for best mini-documentary or series for an episode of "Wish We Were Here," "Episode 10: After the Evangelical Vatican" at the CBA awards on March 5. In addition, Colorado College garnered four awards - one gold and three silver - at the 2016 American Advertising Federation ceremony on the same night.

The "Wish We Were Here" series, which features the strange, overlooked, and forgotten stories of the Pikes Peak region, is co-produced by Noel Black and Jake Brownell '12. Episode 10 features interviews with pastors, historians, ex-evangelicals, post-evangelicals, and others in an effort to understand where the Colorado Springs evangelical community has been - and where it is going.

Colorado College's American Advertising Federation awards include:

  • Gold in the collateral materials - brochure campaign category for CC's campaign brochures for scholarships and library funding opportunities, developed for the Office of Advancement
  • Silver in the collateral materials - publication design category for the August edition of the Bulletin, CC's alumni magazine
  • Silver in the collateral materials - annual report category for the 2014-15 Colorado College annual report, developed for the Office of Advancement
  • Silver for a poster campaign developed for the Visiting Film and Media Studies series, a series organized by CC's Film and Media Studies program

Communications and Advancement staff members contributed to those materials. The gold award-winning entry will go on to compete at the regional level.

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