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The Lake Park Audubon High School’s ‘Raider Nation News’ team won a National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Student Production Award. The group accepted the award in the Mall of America last month. SUBMITTED PHOTO

LP-A students win national award

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The Lake Park Audubon High School’s “Raider Nation News” has won a National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Student Production Award.

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The Awards ceremony was held March 30 in the Great Room of Nickelodeon Universe in Minneapolis at the Mall of America.

Overall, “Raider Nation News” earned four 2014 nominations in the following categories:

Public Affairs/Community Service

“Day of Caring” – Taylor Todd, editor/reporter; John Engeseth, reporter; Jeff Ward, reporter

“Blood Drive” – Lydia Danielson, editor/reporter; Jamon Beske, editor/reporter; Emily Sunram, editor/reporter

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“Raider Nation News” – Lindsey Olson, anchor; Mason Swegarden, anchor; Mitch Zerr, director; Steven Wavra, sound; Jordan Stockert, camera; Tanner Riewer, camera; Bailee Bartunek, graphics; Layne Cole, studio manager; Breann Hogie, reporter; Anthony Anderson, reporter; Sarah Swenson, reporter; Dalton Kohler, reporter; Jon Olson, reporter; Hailey Morrow, reporter; Laureen Svobodny, advisor

Talent

Mason Swegarden – reporter/sports broadcaster

The Crystal Pillar award was given to “Raider Nation News” for their story “Blood Drive” in the category of Public Affairs/Community Service. The Award winning story may be viewed independently at http://youtu.be/-T9jPsudKxc.

“Raider Nation News” may be viewed at lakeparkaudubon.com All programs are archived on the school website.

For more information on the awards, visit http://midwestemmys.org/20140330/2014-high-school-student-production-award-recipients.

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