Courtesy of Nicole Blanchett-Neheli: Sheridan’s Journalism Broadcast program came out on top at the national Emerge Media Awards. #WhatAreTheChances, a website completed as a class assignment, was selected as the winner from five finalists and fifteen entries in the Digital Design category. The event was held at Guelph-Humber on Monday Apr. 20. For the Digital Design category judges were looking for the project that was most “illuminating, content-rich, interactive and gorgeous.”
Second-year Sheridan journalism students have been working with J-Source online to help get their content out to the public. It’s website states that J-Source is a national online journalism project produced by a collaboration of post-secondary journalism schools and programs led by Ryerson University, Université Laval and Carleton University. It is supported by a group of benefactors including publishers, labour organizations and others who believe in excellence in journalism and its strong and vital future. Sheridan Broadcast Journalism program coordinator Nicole Blanchett-Neheli is also a section editor.