• Rammy Awards Competition to Showcase Student Media Talent


The Department of Communication and Journalism announced today a call for student submissions for the second annual Rammy Awards.  The Rammy Awards recognize outstanding media projects in ten categories within the communications field. The deadline for submission is March 13, by 5:00 p.m. All submissions are to be delivered to Mike DiLoreto, located in Ridgeway 305.  Rammy submissions will be judged by a panel of academic and professional media experts and the winning videos will be screened during the Rammy Awards ceremony.  The Rammy Awards will be held on April 9, at 5:30 p.m. in the C. Walsh Theatre with a reception to immediately follow the awards.

The competition is an important addition to a Suffolk University student’s resume and collegiate achievements. “Bringing a student award show to Suffolk University last year was a big step for the Department of Communication and Journalism. This year, I’m looking forward to seeing new faces up on stage. Remember if you don’t submit, you’ll never win,” said Jason Carter, the Director of Video Production and Facilities.  

Student Submission Guidelines

•    Students may submit within one or more categories, as an individual or group.
•    The categories include: news: short (under 2 minutes); news: long (2-10 minutes); commercial or public service announcement (30-90 seconds); narrative: short fiction (under 30 minutes); narrative: short nonfiction (under 30 minutes); music video; photo essay; spot news photo; black and white single photo; color single photo.
•    In order to qualify, student submissions must be accompanied by a registration form that can be obtained in Ridgeway 305.
•    All submissions must be on DVD, with the exception of photo essays and photos which must be submitted on CD.
For more information about the Rammy Awards contact Mike DiLoreto at 617-573-8237 or email: mdiloret@suffolk.edu.

About the Suffolk University Department of Communication and Journalism

Suffolk University’s Department of Communication and Journalism offers several undergraduate and graduate concentrations for students including Advertising, Communication Studies, Film, Media, Journalism, Print Journalism, Broadcast Journalism and Public Relations.  Graduate concentrations include Public Relations, Advertising, Communication Studies, Organizational Communication and Integrated Marketing Communication. Majors receive a firm foundation in communication theories and principles as well as preparation and training for desirable careers in a variety of industries.

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