Printer Friendly

THE BEST IN NEW JERSEY CABLE PROGRAMMING HONORED AT THE 1992 CAPE AWARDS

 THE BEST IN NEW JERSEY CABLE PROGRAMMING HONORED
 AT THE 1992 CAPE AWARDS
 TRENTON, N.J., Oct. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- The CAPE Awards, Cable Awards for Programming Excellence, were held on Friday, Oct. 23 at the Somerset-Plaza. The Cable Television Network of New Jersey honors its program suppliers at the annual event. The awards recognize craftsmanship, originality and technical quality. This year marked the ninth year for the CAPE Awards.
 Winners for Community Service Programming:
 Programs produced professionally by a cable system staff or by an independent production company won in the following division.
 Best Single Program, Local Origination or Independent Producer, Government Division was a tie. "New Jersey Issues: Ecra Update" produced by Tambor Productions and Vision Cable and "Pressing Issues" produced by TKR Tri-Systems.
 Best Single Program, Local Origination or Independent Producer, Culture Division, was "Masterviews: Visions of Self Discovery" produced by the Woodbridge Township Cultural Arts Commission.
 Best Single Program, Local Origination or Independent Producer, Education Division, was "1991 New Jersey Literary Hall of Fame.
 Best Single Program, Local Origination or Independent Producer, Religion Division, was "Synaxis" produced by Greek Orthodox Telecommunications.
 Best Single Program, Local Origination or Independent Producer, Today's Life Division, was "Common Concerns" produced by Common Concerns Broadcasting.
 Best Single Program, Local Origination or Independent Producer, Children's Division, was "Kids Korner: On Vacation" produced by the Piscataway Community Television Center.
 Best Single Program, Local Origination or Independent Producer, Music Division, was "Soundcheck 90's" produced by Rowan College of New Jersey.
 Winners for Community Service Programming, Best Series:
 Best Series, Local Origination or Independent Producer, Culture Division, was "Sudzin Country Video" produced by Herb Sudzin.
 Best Series, Local Origination or Independent Producer, Government Division was a tie. "The Rutgers Forum" produced by Rutgers University's Office of Television and Radio and "State of the State" produced by the Cable Television Network of New Jersey with production facilities provided by TKR Cable of Hamilton.
 Best Series, Local Origination or Independent Producer, Religion Division, was "The Catholic Corner" produced by Monitor Communications.
 Best Series., Local Origination or Independent Producer, Today's Life Division, was a tie. "Healthquest" produced by the Deborah Heart and Lung Center and "The Arlene Herson Show" both won the award.
 Best Series, Local Origination or Independent Producer, Education Division, was "Knightvision" produced by Jersey City State College.
 Best Series, Local Origination or Independent Producer, Music Division, was "Soundcheck 90's" produced by Rowan College of New Jersey.
 Best Series, Local Origination or Independent Producer, Children's Division, was "Adventure Pals" produced by the Christian's Children's Association.
 Winners for Community Service Programming, Public Access Producer:
 Best Single Program, Public Access Producer, Culture Division, was "Chil'Art: The Arts" produced by the Middlesex County Cultural and Heritage Commission.
 Best Single Program, Public Access Producer, Government Division, was "Talking to Trenton" produced by Storer Cable in Eatontown.
 Best Single Program, Public Access Producer, Religion Division, was "Dr. Albert Lewis Sounds of Gospel" produced by Dr. Albert Lewis and the World Gospel Music Association.
 Best Single Program, Public Access Producer, Education Division, was "Quest: Crossing Cultures."
 Winners for Community Service Programming, Public Access Producer:
 Best Series, Public Access Producer, Today's Life Division, was "Look Great, Feel Great."
 Best Series, Public Access Producer, Education Division, was "Quest" produced by Trenton State College.
 Winners for Best Special Event:
 Best Special Event, Community Service Category, Local Origination or Independent Producer, was "The Garden State Games Highlight Special" produced by The Cable Television Network of New Jersey with production support provided by the state's cable companies.
 Best Special Event, Community Service Category, Public Access Producer, was "For Art's Sake" produced by Dolly Vasta.
 Best Special Event, Commercial Category, Variety Division, was "Asian Variety Show" produced by AVS Productions.
 Best Special Event, Commercial Category, Sports Division, was Rider College Basketball produced by Comcast Cable of Trenton.
 CTN is in its ninth year of providing programs in a variety of areas for New Jersey. Telecourses, public affairs, religious series and entertaining programs are just a sampling of the fare on the 24 hour statewide network.
 CTN is a service of the New Jersey Cable Operators. Check your local listings for the CTN channel in your area.
 -0- 10/26/92
 /CONTACT: Laura Zdroik, promotion/marketing manager of CTN, 800-421-0443/ CO: Cable Television Network of New Jersey, Inc. ST: New Jersey IN: ENT SU:


KD-TM -- NY003 -- 5165 10/27/92 08:01 EST
COPYRIGHT 1992 PR Newswire Association LLC
No portion of this article can be reproduced without the express written permission from the copyright holder.
Copyright 1992 Gale, Cengage Learning. All rights reserved.

Article Details
Printer friendly Cite/link Email Feedback
Publication:PR Newswire
Date:Oct 27, 1992
Words:723
Previous Article:WESTMORELAND COUNTY AREA AGENCY ON AGING HOSTS SILVER CELEBRATION EXPO
Next Article:ABITIBI-PRICE CLOSES IDLED THUNDER BAY NEWSPRINT DIVISION
Topics:


Related Articles
GOVERNOR FLORIO IN REVEALING INTERVIEW ON "FACE TO FACE"
PISCATAWAY TEACHER NAMED CTN'S JANUARY GOLDEN APPLE TEACHER
BAYVILLE HIGH SCHOOL TEACHER NAMED GOLDEN APPLE TEACHER
GARDEN STATE GAMES HIGHLIGHT SPECIAL TO AIR STATEWIDE ON CABLE
GENERAL MANAGER OF ADELPHIA CABLE IN TOMS RIVER HONORED FOR HURRICANE RELIEF EFFORTS
NEW JERSEY BELL TO INSTALL ADVANCED FIBER NETWORK TO DELIVER TELEPHONE, CABLE TV AND INFORMATION SERVICES
CTN BRINGS GOOD NEWS TO GOOD NEIGHBORS
NEW JERSEY STATE SENATE TO BE SEEN C-SPAN STYLE ON THE CABLE TELEVISION NETWORK OF NEW JERSEY
CN8, The Comcast Network, Launches in LBI and Avalon.
Comcast and CN8 to Offer Most Extensive High School Sports Coverage In the Nation.

Terms of use | Copyright © 2016 Farlex, Inc. | Feedback | For webmasters