39th College Television Awards: Bricker Humanitarian Award
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41st College Television Awards: Scripted Series
Emily Dillard and Nicola Rinciari from Savannah College of Art and Design win the award for Scripted Series.
41st College Television Awards: Nonfiction or Reality Series
Bohao Liu from New York Univerity wins the award for Nonfiction or Reality Series.
41st College Television Awards: News and Sports
Danyel De Villiers, Julia Hecht, Brendan Reilly, Michelle Ng-Reyes, Gianna Sanchez, Maxwell Trink, Jenna Weiss, and Josh White from the University of Miami win the award for News and Sports.
41st College Television Awards: Seymour Bricker Humanitarian Award
Bohao Liu from New York University wins the Seymour Bricker Humanitarian Award.
41st College Television Awards: Loreen Arbus Focus on Disability Award
Chad Veal and Brendan Wallace from Taylor University win the Loreen Arbus Focus on Disability award.