NHK Cup National Junior High School Broadcasting Contest August 16th 18:25
The final of the NHK Cup National Junior High School Broadcasting Contest was held in Tokyo, where junior high school students from all over the country competed in television and radio program production technology and announcement and reading skills.
The NHK Cup National Junior High School Broadcasting Contest, which was attended by 614 schools from across the country, was finalized in Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo on the 16th, and 84 works that won the preliminary rounds in four divisions were examined. It was.
Among them, in the TV program category, 12 films such as documentaries and drama tailored films were screened, and as a result of the screening, a work by Tada City Ida Junior High School in Fukuoka Prefecture was selected as the best award. It was.
A documentary that follows the students who participated in Beethoven's “Ninth” choral practice with a graduate man who served as the conductor of a local choir, trying to revitalize the region, and connecting people through music. I convey joy.
The best award in the radio program category was selected as a “Goo! But Good!” Work by Sakai City Maruoka Minami Junior High School in Fukui Prefecture. It is a unique work that repeatedly surveyed students and students and proposed solutions.
In the Announcement section, Kayoshima Junshin Women's Junior High School 3rd grade Yuyo Yoshihiro, and in the reading section, Kyoto Prefecture Saikyo High School 3rd grade Junior High School Akira Itagaki, won the highest award respectively. It was chosen.