Western Illinios University 2017 broadcasting graduate Emily Manley, a 2013 graduate of Highland High School, holds her two student Emmys, or Crystal Pillar awards, she won for outstanding newscast, for her and her partners’ work on the student-produced newscast, NEWS3 “Live at 4” from Nov. 17, 2016. The 30-minute live production contained live reports from Canton, Ill., one day after a major gas explosion downtown. Manley worked as the producer and reporter in Canton. She also won for outstanding general assignment reporting in serious news.
Western Illinios University 2017 broadcasting graduate Emily Manley, a 2013 graduate of Highland High School, holds her two student Emmys, or Crystal Pillar awards, she won for outstanding newscast, for her and her partners’ work on the student-produced newscast, NEWS3 “Live at 4” from Nov. 17, 2016. The 30-minute live production contained live reports from Canton, Ill., one day after a major gas explosion downtown. Manley worked as the producer and reporter in Canton. She also won for outstanding general assignment reporting in serious news. Courtesy photo
Western Illinios University 2017 broadcasting graduate Emily Manley, a 2013 graduate of Highland High School, holds her two student Emmys, or Crystal Pillar awards, she won for outstanding newscast, for her and her partners’ work on the student-produced newscast, NEWS3 “Live at 4” from Nov. 17, 2016. The 30-minute live production contained live reports from Canton, Ill., one day after a major gas explosion downtown. Manley worked as the producer and reporter in Canton. She also won for outstanding general assignment reporting in serious news. Courtesy photo

HHS grad wins student Emmys for news report at WIU

September 13, 2017 03:04 PM