THREE ARTLETS who represented UST Tiger Radio emerged as the best in different categories of a global broadcasting contest for students.
UST communication students Adrian Clemence Molina, George Matthew Medallon and Jerome Elijah Racela were recognized in the 2023 International Student Broadcasting Championship (ISBC) last Nov. 30.
Molina, a third-year student was recognized as the best content creator for his ability to craft quality content across different social media platforms.
Medallon, also a junior, bagged the best talk presenter award for demonstrating excellence in listener interaction, factual integrity and balanced reporting.
Racela, Tiger Radio’s online media head and a fourth-year student, won the best social media execution award, which highlights the student’s ability to interact with the audience on social media.
Meanwhile, civil engineering sophomore Abdel Rasheed Alpad bagged the best sports presenter and best content/program director awards for his storytelling and leadership skills.
UST Tiger Radio, the e-radio branch of the University’s broadcasting arm Tiger Media Network, also secured the station of the year award.
Media practitioners from different countries served as judges of the contest.
ISBC is a global platform that aims to develop the talent of students in the media industry and provide them with career opportunities within the field. F – Bianca Ysabel Abrencillo