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South Carolina Broadcasters Association to

Present 2017 Awards of Distinction to

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Charles Bierbauer, Debi Chard, Gary Griffin and Bill Sharpe

The South Carolina Broadcasters Association (SCBA) will present its most prestigious awards to Charles Bierbauer, Debi Chard, Gary Griffin and Bill Sharpe at a dinner and ceremony during their annual Winter Conference. The dinner will be held January 26, 2017 at the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center.

For additional information about the award winners, click here.

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Don't forget to mark

your calendar for

the 2017 Winter Convention

and Awards of Distinction Dinner

on January 26, 2017.

For additional information,

please click on the "Conventions" tab.

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Boyd Huppert to host South Carolina Broadcasters

2017 News Training Workshop

 

SCBA is pleased to announce that Boyd Huppert, well-known American television personality, will be the news speaker at the SCBA News Training Workshop on March 4, 2017 at the Columbia Conference Center.

Huppert is a news reporter for KARE 11 in Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota.  Each week, he adds another Land of 10,000 Stories story which has been recognized for its photojournalism.

In 2007 Huppert received an Emmy Award for "Portrait of Compassion", which ran on NBC's Today Show.  He has won 14 national Edward R. Murrow awards, three Sigma Delta Chi awards, a national Emmy and 92 regional Emmys. He has also won the National Press Photographers Association’s Photojournalism Award for Reporting seven times.

Huppert also teaches broadcast seminars throughout the world. Beyond the U.S., Huppert has taught in Canada, Denmark, New Zealand and Norway. He has also been a member of the National Press Photographers Association’s Advanced Storytelling Workshop faculty for nearly 20 years.

Register now for this single day workshop “It’s Just Video… Until a Storyteller Creates an Experience” with Boyd Huppert. The workshop will run from 9am-4pm with breakfast and lunch included.  Please fill out the registration form and send to SCBA to reserve your space at what will be an exciting day of news training! 

Boyd Huppert

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WE MOVED! 

Our new address is:

2711 Middleburg Drive, Suite 201

Columbia, SC 29204

The phone and fax numbers stayed the same!

Please change your records to reflect our new address (and share it with the rest of your station)!

 

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Check out the rest of the photos from the

2016 STAR Awards.

Click Here

                          

 

 

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