programs produced by Elon Television and Elon Student Television (ESTV)
have earned honors from The Communicator Awards, an international
"A Measure of Our Humanity," a documentary about the AIDS/HIV
crisis in the African nation of Namibia, earned the Crystal Award
of Excellence, the first Elon show to earn the competitionŐs highest
honor. Katrina Taylor, a 2004 communications graduate, served as director
and producer on the project. Taylor worked closely with other students
in Project Pericles at Elon, as well as Elon faculty member Tom Arcaro,
director of Project Pericles; Jay McMerty, senior video producer;
and Bryan Baker, senior audio producer.
"Phoenix14News," a weekly news program, earned an Award
of Excellence. David Douglas and Jennifer Sposato led a team of student
producers on the show.
The ESTV game show "Win Stuff" received an Award of Distinction.
The program's team of student producers was led by Kim Hayes and Meghan
"Phoenix Weekly," a show about Elon athletics, received
an Honorable Mention Award in the multi-media/streaming video category
and the educational institutions/student-produced category. Michael
Livigne and J.P. Lavoie led a team of producers and multi-media developers
on the show.