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Centennial Students Receive National Honors for Titan TV News (October, 2005)

Centennial Broadcast Students received top honors for their Titan TV news program at the National Scholastic Press Association National High School Competition. The broadcast was named one of 10 finalist in the country for the 2005 Broadcast Pacemaker competition. Since 1927, the Pacemaker has been the highest honor NSPA gives to its members. Finalists were chosen based on excellence in the following areas:

1. Journalistic Content
2. Writing and editing of the script
3. Taping and editing of the show (including technical qualities)
4. Interviewing skills
5. Broadcasting abilities

All finalists will be honored at the JEA/NSPA Fall National High School Journalism Convention awards ceremony in Chicago.

CHS junior, Cole Ruede of Titan TV, also received an individual honorable mention for Broadcast News Story of the Year.