Students from the Centre for Broadcasting and Journalism (CBJ) based in Nottingham Trent University have taken major prizes at the inaugural Midlands Media Students Awards (MMSA).
Twenty year old Tania Brown took first prize for her report looking at the rise of veganism and vegan restaurants in Nottingham.
She is pictured above with Julian Kettleborough from the studio in Cannon Street, Birmingham where the awards ceremony was held.
NTU student Oliver Loe pictured with Greg White from Purple Frog Properties
A keen sportsman, twenty one year old Oliver Loe won the top award in the Sport category for his report on Footgolf, a combination of the sports of football and golf that is becoming popular in Nottingham. One of the highlights was a memorable hole in one.
Fellow student Louis Antonio (21) was awarded a special prize for the best tweet of the night in a competition open to all students attending the ceremony.
Two other students from CBJ, Georgianna Scurfield and Elana Campbell were also nominated for awards.
NTU students Louis Antonio, Tania Brown, Oliver Loe, Georgianna Scurfield and Elana Campbell.
The winning students from Nottingham Trent University are third year students studying on an innovative course linked to Notts TV. As part of their course, they work as interns producing news material and working on the live news programme broadcast on weekday nights on the city station.
The Midlands Media Student Awards were organised by the Birmingham Press Club. Established in 1865, it’s the oldest Press Club in the world with more than 350 members, including journalists from newspapers, magazines, television, radio and online.
The student awards were launched to recognise the talent of the next generation of journalists.
They attracted more than 110 entries from media students throughout the East and West Midlands and the judging panel was led by Sky News Managing Editor Peter Lowe.
The winning students were awarded internships with media companies based in the Midlands.