Igoe recognized for videos

Tuesday September 17, 2019Lisa Eikenburg
Michael Igoe
Assistant Professor Michael Igoe

Department of Communication Assistant Professor Michael Igoe’s video, “Interviewing: Getting the Facts the Feelings, and the Focus” has won another award. The Broadcast Education Association (BEA) is honoring it at its On Location Conference this fall in the Instructional Category of the Video Competition. The award will be given in October during the BEA regional conference in Denver, Colo.

The video previously received the Best Educational/Instructional/Training video presented by the Los Angeles Best Shorts Competition. Associate Professor Roslin Smith was the videographer, and students Dan Northup and Casey Sadowski edited the piece.

Early in September, another video produced by Assistant Professor Igoe, “The Marx Brothers & the Story of Freedonia Marxonia” was shown as part of the Silver State Film Festival in Las Vegas, Nev. He wrote, produced and hosted the video. Students Natalie Picarazzi and Dylan Jock did the photography, editing and audio.

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The comedy/drama “Wonder Boys,” which stars Michael Douglas as a college professor who suffers from writer’s block and struggles to deal with the pressures of his complex love life, will be shown as part of the Convocation film series “Ivory Tower Misfits. Images of Higher Education and College Professors in Hollywood Films,” on Thursday, Feb. 6.