JACKSONVILLE (FBC)CROSS ROADS video magazine, a quarterly production of the Media Services Department of the Florida Baptist Convention, received an Award of Excellence in the 2003 Videographer Awards.
CROSS ROADS tells the story of Florida Baptist church members who are making a difference in their local community, across Florida and beyond. The show airs on more than a dozen broadcast and cable stations throughout the state, reaching more than 80 percent of Floridas households.
The award is given to projects that are written, produced, shot and edited in an exceptional manner. Entries originating from broadcasters, advertising agencies, and corporate communicators are judged by a panel of experienced production professionals from the broadcast and corporate communication fields against a strict standard of production excellence.
Its gratifying to have CROSS ROADS recognized by our peers in the production community for writing and production that communicates the conventions stories of missions and ministry with exceptional creativity, clearly exceeding industry standards, said Ty Wood, director of media services for the Florida Baptist Convention.
This years competition drew nearly 2,500 entries, with less than 300 receiving the Award of Excellence.
CROSS ROADS is not produced in a vacuum, said Wood. Florida Baptist churches and associations are always calling to our attention newsworthy activities and events. There are no better stories to tell than the stories from the Florida mission field, the stories of lives which are eternally changed by the ministry of local churches.
Embracing Gods Heart for Youth in Trouble, a video report on a Panhandle church reaching out to gang members and other youthful offenders, was also recognized in this years Videographer Awards competition.
Deanne Carter, media production coordinator at the Florida Baptist Convention, serves as principal producer and writer for CROSS ROADS. Paul Barber of Great Video Adventure, Brian Murie of Spectrum Films, and Ray Hays of PRC Digital Media provided location videography. Stuart Neal of Spectrum Films and Jay Pennington of PRC Digital Media provided post-production graphics and editing. Wood is executive producer and senior writer.
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