Student Production Awards

The 2018 National Student Production Awards
New York, NY, Wednesday, September 12, 2018 – The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences today announced the nominees for The 2018 National Student Production Awards. Nominees were selected from high school student entries across the country in 23 programming and craft categories. The awards presentation will be live-streamed from the Los Angeles campus of Emerson College on Tuesday, October 18th at noon, PDT and will be hosted by Tom Bergeron, host of ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars.” The presentation will be live-streamed at the following locations:

NATAS/National Student Production Awards: https://www.facebook.com/NATASSPA
NATAS/Student Awards Twitter: https://twitter.com/NATASSPA
NATAS Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheEmmys

Congratulations to all our Suncoast student nominees! Way to go!
Download the complete list of this year’s National nominees: https://bit.ly/2p1FFNN


Congratulations to all of this year’s winners and honorable mentions. Click on the links below to view this year’s award recipients.

2018 Suncoast Student Production Awards Colleges/Universities
2018 Suncoast Student Production Awards High Schools


The Suncoast Student Production Award encourages the pursuit of excellence in video production and focuses public attention on outstanding achievements produced by college/university students and high school students. The entry process for this year is now closed.

AWARDS: The Award (an engraved crystal pillar) will be presented to the sponsoring college/university, high school or producing organization. 

The students involved in the production of the Winning and/or Honorable Mention entry will receive certificates

Following the distribution of the awards, duplicate awards (crystal pillars) with individual student names will be available at a cost of $145.


RESTRICTIONS ON THE USE OF THE EMMY® MARK: Schools and student award recipients may refer to the fact that they are recipients of a Suncoast Student Production Award, but may not use the EMMY® name or replica of the EMMY® statuette in any form of advertising or promotion.