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Bigwood (center) with awardees MSgt. Jim DeVaughn and Gordon Masters. Not shown is David Wainwright.

Communication professor wins Emmy

Jim Bigwood, (center) adjunct professor, who teaches Audio Production for the Communication and Cinema department.
June 18, 2013

Jim Bigwood, adjunct professor, who teaches Audio Production for the Communication and Cinema department, won a 2012 National Capitol Chesapeake Bay Emmy Award at the awards gala held June 15. Bigwood was recognized for audio mixing a live concert entitled “America’s Veterans: A Musical Tribute,” that aired last November and featured the United States Air Force Band and the Singing Sergeants.

Since 1997, Bigwood serves as audio supervisor for Maryland Public Television and for such national PBS programs as Motorweek, and Planet Forward.

Awards for excellence were presented in 93 categories.

The National Capital Chesapeake Bay Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences was established in 1958-59 and is an organization comprised of more than 700 television broadcast professionals dedicated to fostering and recognizing outstanding achievements in television production throughout the National Capital Chesapeake Bay region.

Learn more about the Communication and Cinema department.

 
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