stoic tv was named Best Broadcaster at the glittering ceremony which was the highlight of a three day conference attended by 13 other student television stations from across the country. The award, one of 15 categories, was judged by Kim Peat, controller of Daytime, Arts and Religion for Channel Five.
stoic tv is part of Imperial College Union?s Media Group (which also includes Felix and IC Radio) and is run like any other club ? by a team of highly dedicated volunteer students, led by station manager John Anderson. Since moving to the purpose-built media centre in Beit Quad in 2001, the station has been going from strength to strength as now demonstrated by winning this hotly contested award.
In addition to winning Best Broadcaster, Greg Foot and Frankie Young both collected trophies in the Best On-Screen Male and Female categories. The MSc Science Communication Students together present Foot & Mouth, stoic tv?s light entertainment programme.
To find out more about stoic tv and to watch the winning showreels, log on to http://www.stoictv.com/.