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Franklin High School student, Nick Conklin, wins first place in Access Sacramento‘s 2nd annual High School Public Service Announcement (PSA) video contest for his video promoting  emergency readiness for the Sacramento County Office of Emergency Services website SacramentoReady.org.

Conklin’s 30-second video was judged the top video among 56 entries from six different high school video production programs.

Conklin earns the top $100 prize and an award certificate to be presented March 30 during the live 5 p.m. Access Sacramento LiveWire interview show.  The program can be watched on Comcast or Consolidated Communications cable channel 17, AT&T U-Verse channel 14 or live-streamed from AccessSacramento.org.

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Two other cash prize awards are presented in the contests.  Second place and $50 was won by another Franklin High School Student, Adrian Espinoza, for his 30-second PSA “The Sky is Blue” promoting the SpareTheAir.com website from the Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management District.

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Third place was won by a student team from Pleasant Grove High School for its PSA animation, also about SpareTheAir.com.  Students Andrew Engelman, Jimmy Lam, Luke Leonard and Pratule Saini created the project.

The third client supported by Access Sacramento’s PSA competition was the local Food Literacy Center’s website FoodLiteracyCenter.org. Each of the three client organizations may use any of the entries created for their website on their websites or in social media to promote their organizations.

Judges from each of the clients did the first judging pass to determine which PSA videos best aligned with their organization’s mission and marketing. All client selected videos receive an Honorary Mention certificate. Then staff from Access Sacramento did the final judging to determine the top awards and cash prizes.

Access Sacramento is a non-profit 501(c)3 foundations operating two public access cable channels and providing  technology training and equipment for residents of Sacramento County. Primary funding for Access Sacramento is by the Sacramento Metropolitan Cable Television Commission and by membership donations. For more information about Access Sacramento call 916-456-8600.

All of the Honorary Mention award videos are available by clicking on the images below:

Sacramento Ready (Emergency Kit – Flood) Isaac Cortez Franklin High School

Sacramento Ready (Emergency Kit – Flood), Isaac Cortez, Franklin High School

Spare the Air (Hey man, the air may look clean…) Marie Cortez Pleasant Grove High School

Spare the Air, (Hey man, the air may look clean…), Marie Cortez, Pleasant Grove High School

 

 

 

Spare the Air (Blue Bird) Darragh Donohue Franklin High School

Spare the Air (Blue Bird), Darragh Donohue, Franklin High School

Food Literacy (Only 6%) Logan Hamel, Joey Fernandez and Skyler McBride Pleasant Grove High School

Food Literacy (Only 6%), Logan Hamel, Joey Fernandez and Skyler McBride, Pleasant Grove High School

 

 

 

 

 

 

Spare the Air (Talking Skateboard) Eric Lao Franklin High School

Spare the Air (Talking Skateboard), Eric Lao, Franklin High School

Spare the Air - Lego PSA Rodrigo Lara, Joseph Long-Miranda and Donovan Lee-Carter Sacramento New Technology High School

Spare the Air – Lego PSA, Rodrigo Lara, Joseph Long-Miranda and Donovan Lee-Carter, Sacramento New Technology High School

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sacramento Ready (Pets) Danielle Larson Franklin High School

Sacramento Ready (Pets), Danielle Larson, Franklin High School

 

Spare the Air (Just because the sky is blue) Arvind Padda, Jayden Bryant and Andre Barrozzo Pleasant Grove High School

Spare the Air (Just because the sky is blue), Arvind Padda, Jayden Bryant and Andre Barrozzo, Pleasant Grove High School

 

 

 

 

 

Food Literacy – Whiteboard PSA Leticia Perez, Omar Gabino, Barrera Espinosa and Kailee Candia Sacramento New Technology High School

Food Literacy – Whiteboard PSA, Leticia Perez, Omar Gabino, Barrera Espinosa and Kailee Candia, Sacramento New Technology High School

 

 

 

Spare The Air Joey Vang Luther Burbank High School

Spare The Air, Joey Vang, Luther Burbank High Scho

 

Spare The Air Dario Velazquez Luther Burbank High School

Spare The Air, Dario Velazquez,  Luther Burbank High School