NHSTV named top student-run live show in Southwest U.S. for second straight year

The 2016–17 NHSTV staff poses in their studio.

Student Television Network has named NHSTV, Northwest High School’s student-run television station, as the Best Daily Live Show in the Southwest Region, the second consecutive time the station has been named top in its U.S. region.

NHSTV received the honor as part of the 2016–17 Broadcast Excellence Awards, beating other high school stations from across Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana and Arkansas. As a result of the honor, NHSTV will now compete against winners from the other five U.S. regions in the STN competition to determine which show is the best in the country. The national champion will be announced at the STN Convention on March 29 in Anaheim, California, during the STN Excellence Awards Show.

Jeremy Rawe, NHSTV news director and facilitator of Northwest ISD’s Academy of Media Arts housed at Northwest High School, said the award serves as acknowledgment of his students’ hard work.

“I am extremely proud of our students and for being recognized as the best daily live broadcast in the four states in our region for the second straight year,” he said. “Our students continue to excel and work hard to create the best live broadcast each and every day.”

For more information about the 2016–17 STN Excellence Awards, click here. To watch episodes of NHSTV, click here.


For updates on NHSTV and previews of what’s going on at Northwest High School, follow @nhstv on Twitter.

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