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9th Annual James E. Dykes Communicator Banquet & Student Film Showcase

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**AS DIRECTED** BRANDON PRIDGETT
Good Evening Ladies and Gentlemen!!!!
First off, Happy Easter and I hope
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  1. 1. VIDEO AUDIO 1 HOUSE NARRATOR Before we begin, please silence all cellular devices so as to not disturb the evening’s proceedings. Thank you". TWO-SHOT: ANGEL BARON OPENING PRAYER ANGEL BARON *OPENING PRAYER TWO-SHOT:CONT’D STUDENT "WELCOME TO DEPARTMENT TWO-SHOT: CONT’D RENEE ELLIOT "STATE OF THE DEPARTMENT" HOUSE NARRATOR Ladies and Gentlemen, we welcome you to the 9th Annual James B. Dykes Communicator Awards Banquet. Please welcome the MC for this evening’s proceedings, Chief operating Officer of II oaks Studios, Mr. Brandon Pridgett. JIB: TRACKING/CRANE UP, 180° TURN FIXED POINT ON BRANDON. CUT-IN MEDIUM: BRANDON AT PODIUM ((Simultaneously, "Jurassic Park Theme" by John Williams plays. From behind the curtain/screen/ Brandon presents himself to the audience. )) (**clapping and whatever have you**)
  2. 2. VIDEO AUDIO 2 **AS DIRECTED** BRANDON PRIDGETT Good Evening Ladies and Gentlemen!!!! First off, Happy Easter and I hope y’all are enjoying your alumni weekend. Now before I go any further can I take a second to say something really quick? Y’all look absolutely stunning!!! Wow!!! Give yourselves a round of applause. ****APPLAUSE**** We are so happy y’all could take part in this night with us tonight. Thank you to those in our studio audience and to our viewers at home, we really appreciate all your support; because Without it none of this would be possible. Now it is with great pride I once again welcome you to the 9th Annual James E. Dykes Communicator Awards Banquet being broadcast live from the spectacular NEW studio here in the Leroy and Lois Peters Media Center, located on the historic campus of Oakwood University. Now if that doesn’t get you excited for what the rest of the night has to offer I don’t know what will. I’ve got goosebumps just talking about it; I’m beyond excited. Now I don’t know if you all noticed that my intro song was the theme from Jurassic Park; I chose to use that song for 2 reasons. 1. Jurassic Park is the best movie ever put to film. 2. I chose this song in particular because when I first saw the new studio I was instantly reminded of one of the characters in the film, a billionaire named John Hammond. John Hammond was a man with vision who invested in those around him to create a place that could show the world marvelous things that it had never seen before. His catchphrase was “Spare No Expense”, which he did. He was intent on sharing this vision so that other might be inspired to do the same. We, as a school and as a department should consider ourselves immensely blessed that people with great visions for the future and whose continued investments make projects like this remarkable building a reality. Like the Dykes family *point them out if they’re present*, the Peters family *point them out if they’re present*, Jonathan B. Dulan and all numerous other generous individuals willing to invest in the
  3. 3. VIDEO AUDIO 3 BIRDS-EYE TO OVER THE SHOULDER: Following the presenter as he/she heads to the podium. Graphics run lower-third of presenter name. MEDIUM: PRESENTER AT PODIUM MAHALIA LATORTUE When Johannes Gutenburg applied ink to a series of blocks and pressed the first printed sheet of paper he not only changed the course of history but also laid the first stone on the path towards what brought us all here today. When Peter Williams, along with other free men, published "Freedom Journal", the first African-American periodical, he understood the importance of Print Journalism; a vehicle for getting the voices normally ignored heard. Often neglected in superpowers, other world countries like Bahrain, Yemen, & Syria free press is banned giving no voice to the oppressed. Journalists risk their lives and, more often than not, their careers to bring you the stories from Refugees seeking aslyum from war torn countries, to new advancement in modern medicine and technology. While the common 21st millinual would classify print journalism as dead, discrediting the countless hours drafters,copy editors, editors in chef’s, and hundreds of other workers in the field of print journalism put in to make even the smallest publication come to fruition, we don’t. The following nominees are students who show talent and scholastic aptitude in Print journalism understanding the amount of dedication it takes to achieve success. One day, in the not too distant future, these students will lend a voice to the voiceless.
  4. 4. VIDEO AUDIO 4 (Run Nominees) CUTAWAY: Nominees (Announce winners) CUTAWAY: Winner find winner PAN[LEFT/RIGHT] towards stage. Once the winner is on stage TRACK TOWARDS MIC from behind(and depending on what side the mic is on) and SWEEP around the winner. DOLLY BACK [ONER] Winner gives speech. once the winner turns to walk off stage CRANE DOWN meeting the winner right before they exit upstage.
  5. 5. VIDEO AUDIO 5 CUTAWAY: MEDIUM SHOT on BRANDON down stage right. BRANDON PRIDGETT Congratulations to _________________ on their win. I know it’s hard for me to comprehend but 2005 was 11 years ago!It honestly feels like it was just yesterday that it was perfectly acceptable to walk around in public wear a juicy track suit with ugg boots and an ironic trucker hat; #STUNTIN’,but time flies when you’re growing up or if you’re like Jessica Brazier when you’re always working. From the time she arrived on the campus of Oakwood University she heavily involved in student activities like the United Student Movement and the Spreading Oak. Although not initially a Communication major she was advised to do so after numerous of her teacher noticed her natural gift for public speaking. The skills she learned during her time at Oakwood have proven to be invaluable; These skills coupled with her adherence to her personal motto of Phil 4:13 prove that with faith in God and a strong work ethic there’s truly nothing you can’t do. Even as a student she was committed to a standard of excellence which is just one of the numerous reason Jessica Brazier is our Alumni honoree. Later on tonight we will be presenting her with her award. Now presenting the award for PHOTOJOURNALISM STUDENT OF THE YEAR, REBECCA LEONARD JIB AERIAL WIDE/SLOW ZOOM TRACKING SHOT TO A ONE SHOT ON REBECCA LEONARD
  6. 6. VIDEO AUDIO 6 Graphics run lower-third of presenter name. REBECCA LEONARD The goal of the photojournalist is simple, deliver quintessential visual expression, timeless in it’s nature, by capturing the moment that can’t be re-created. Six men rallying to raise the American flag over Iwo Jima’s Mount Surbachi, amid a vicious clash below between opposing forces. A lone protester facing off against the tanks of the People’s Liberation Army, taking a direct stand against the maliciousness of war. Muhammad Ali standing over a vanquished Sonny Liston, one minute and forty-four seconds into the first round. Every image, each as iconic as the last, resonates within as you, for a moment, put yourself in the shoes of the photographer and experience an appareled view into moments immortalized. They say a picture is worth a thousand words and for our next group of nominees creating “topics of conversation” is as easy as working a point and shoot. The following nominees are... (Run Nominees) CUTAWAY: Nominees (Announce winners) CUTAWAY: Winner find winner PAN[LEFT/RIGHT] towards stage. Once the winner is on stage TRACK TOWARDS MIC from behind(and depending on what side the mic is on) and SWEEP around the winner. DOLLY BACK [ONER] Winner gives speech. once the winner turns to walk off stage
  7. 7. VIDEO AUDIO 7 ISO CAM{OR TRACK BACK} following the winner exiting upstage. CUTAWAY WIDE SHOT on BRANDON CUT-IN MEDIUM on BRANDON downstage left. BRANDON PRIDGETT We’ve now reached the portion of the program where we can get a first hand look at the work our students have done this year. Even the greats like Spielberg,Lucas, and Scorsese started out as students entering their schools film festivals. Who knows we could be seeing the early work of the next Stanley Kubrick. Submitted for your viewing pleasure while the servers bring your dinner to your tables. We spared no expense to ensure that you all enjoy a 5 star gourmet dining experience thanks to the fine catering services of Mei Wei Asian Bistro . So sit back relax and enjoy. JIB AERIAL WIDE/SLOW SWEEP/CRANE DOWN CUT-IN MEDIUM ONE SHOT ON BRANDON BRANDON PRIDGETT Those were good right? How about the food? The only thing that disappoints me about the segment is that we don’t have time to include more films. Can I get around of applause for those submissions. Now, moving right along with our program; the next award that will be handing out is for PUBLIC RELATIONS, which outside of TV show like Scandal and Mad Men not a lot people have a clear idea of what they do. Then again I’m stand in a room full of saved saints: and I know y’all don’t watch those show’s right? Presenting the the award for PUBLIC RELATIONS STUDENT OF THE YEAR, K. Dominic Mackenzie
  8. 8. VIDEO AUDIO 8 Presenter walks out on to stage Graphics run lower-third of presenter name. JIB CRANE DOWN CUT-IN BACKWARDS TRACKING SHOT TO MICROPHONE MEDIUM JIB SWEEP K. DOMINIC MACKENZIE Public relations in a classical sense in over. 20 years ago, wire taps and on air blunders were enemy number one. Now, one picture post, tweet or out of context statement is etched on your character profile for life. In PR you are the safety net, catching falling CEO’s after tweeting, drunkenly, about endeavors accomplished the night before on a government twitter or when your boss crowns the wrong miss universe on national television. Or worse your company places U2’s album on millions of devices agains their will. PR isn’t all white knuckle, crisis management 24-7. Well executed and skillfully planned PR campaigns can be beneficial to the growth of a company. For example, summer 2014 brought us the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, you know, the one where you dump freezing ice on your head in the name of charity, it garnered a hefty social media presence eventually leading to a successful run and raising millions for the cause. Or Coke-a-cola’s 2015 “summer of sharing” campaign where they put the 250 most popular names on the sides of coke bottles instantly registering millions of his world wide on social media. It seems PR has found its niche in the digital era; and these nominees are
  9. 9. VIDEO AUDIO 9 pioneers in the forefront in the new Public Relations. (Run Nominees) CUTAWAY: Nominees (Announce winners) CUTAWAY: Winner find winner PAN[LEFT/RIGHT] towards stage. Once the winner is on stage TRACK TOWARDS MIC from behind(and depending on what side the mic is on) and SWEEP around the winner. CUT-IN MEDIUM OF WINNNER Winner gives speech. once the winner turns to walk off stage BRANDON PRIDGETT (v.o.) Now making him way to the stage to present the award for Broadcast Journalism student of the year Jasmine Guerrier
  10. 10. VIDEO AUDIO 10 CUT-IN WIDE ONE SHOT ON PRESENTER downstage right. JASMINE GUERRIER News never sleeps subsequently, and some of you can attest to this, neither does anyone in broadcast journalism. It takes a resilient person to pursue a career in broadcast. On one hand, you to truly see the elements of a hectic world and on the other, the feeling you get from a great humanitarian piece affirms you that it’s all actually worth it. Broadcast stretches the limits, doing more than just bringing the family together in the living room, it becomes apart of the culture. When Americans saw the first visceral images of Vietnam, being broadcast into their homes a spark was ignited in the belly of the nation and the thirst for revolution had to quenched. When the Challenger spacecraft exploded the nation watched frozen-stunned by the images they saw being broadcast into their home. Gripped by anger, confusion, and sadness many of us in here tonight watched as our nation fell to terrorists attacks on September 11th. And many more of us watched elated and in joy as our nations first African American President swore into office. We remember the emotion we felt, and that emotion is what connects each of us. Although over the past 10 years the global mindset has transitioned to live in what we call an on demand world; you watch what you want to when you want to, listen to what you want to when you want to, broadcast journalism is advancing stride for stride. What was once daily news CNN made 24hrs, and with the advent of the internet broadcast has yet again extended its reach from the living room of your home to the palm of your hand. Here are your nominees for Broadcast Journalism Student of the year. (Run Nominees)
  11. 11. VIDEO AUDIO 11 CUTAWAY: Nominees (Announce winners) CUTAWAY: Winner find winner PAN[LEFT/RIGHT] towards stage. Once the winner is on stage TRACK TOWARDS MIC from behind(and depending on what side the mic is on) and SWEEP around the winner. CUT-IN MEDIUM OF WINNNER Winner gives speech.
  12. 12. VIDEO AUDIO 12 once the winner turns to walk off stage FACULTY Jessica Brazier, who currently lives in Washington D.C., is a communications professional who specializes in stakeholder outreach and engagement, integrated marketing, and public relations. She graduated Oakwood with a B.A. in Communications and got her Masters of Science in Public Policy and Management from Carnegie Mellon University, where she graduated with the Highest Distinction and received the Otto A. Davis Award for her commitment to racial and social justice. Ms. Brazier currently serves in a management capacity with Deloitte Consulting LLP, one of the world’s leading professional services firms. As an adviser for the Federal Practice, she helps U.S. government agency leaders navigate bureaucratic barriers using strategic communications and changing management techniques to achieve successful results. She and her teams have supported a number of agencies, ranging from national security clients such as the Department of Homeland Security to civilian clients such U.S. Department of Agriculture . She has also worked with the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, CBS Network, CARE USA, and various radio stations and newspapers. Ms. Brasier is truly an honor to have you here with us tonight. You are setting phenomenal example for not just Oakwood Students but for young black women. A little side note she’s also single. Now I don’t know what wrong with the fellas up in D.C. but motivated, hard working, educated sistas aren’t exactly growing on tree; this young women is definitely of the one you bring home mama. Please put your hands together as we present the James E. Dykes Communicator Award to ms. Jessica Brazier.
  13. 13. VIDEO AUDIO 13 ********As direct for Jessica Brazier Speech****** BRANDON PRIDGETT There’s a Japanese proverb that says “Better than a thousand days of diligent study is one day with a great teacher”. Teaching is a profession that in this country is drastically undervalued. It takes a special kind of person to be an eductor. Only a select few individuals possess the necessary passion for learning, devotion to their students, and above all patience. I can’t stress that last one hard enough. My heart goes out to any teacher in America who went to college got their bachelor’s, then their master, and in some cases their Doctorates, only to have some 19 year old kid you who barely comes to class;and they do they’re in the back of the classroom on the snaptwitbookgram or whatever the kids are into these day, tell you to your face that you don’t know how to do your job when they failed the class...That makes you the real MVP in my book. So tonight we are going to try and make up for some of the headaches; and hopefully score some extra credit points for the final; by present a truly exemplary faculty member with THE FACULTY OF THE YEAR AWARD. This award is given based on the votes of the student nominees; And the winner is _________________ Awardee accepts award and gives speech. BRANDON PRIDGETT The time has final come present two student with the highest student award. Please welcome Joy (INSERT LAST NAME) and Jessica Brazier as the present the STUDENT OF THE YEAR AWARD JOY Discipline, dedication, creativity, leadership; these are characteristics that one must posses to be Student of the Year. Our next awardees have demonstrated true mastery of their crafts and will undoubtedly succeed in their
  14. 14. VIDEO AUDIO 14 endeavors. I’m sure it wouldn’t come as a shock to anyone to learn that these awardees must have sacrificed a lot to be able to achieve such an accomplishment. Whether it was going to the movies with their friends, a date night with a significant other, or missing out on a few hours of sleep...these awardees did whatever it took to excel. Hand picked by the faculty, these awardees have a G.P.A. of a 3.0 or higher, exhibit the characteristics of a consecrated communicator for Christ, show great involvement in their area of study, and demonstrate potential for higher success. The nominees are.... the Nomiees roll JESSICA BRAZIER And And the winner is .....
  15. 15. VIDEO AUDIO 15 The winner accepts the award and the trio exit the stage. BRANDON PRIDGETT WOW! THIS EVENING WAS TRULY EXTRAORDINARY!!!! Now before we wrap up the program and go our separate way I would like to take moment to give a closing thought. Tonight was a night of celebration and recognition for all the hard work the nominees and Jessica Brazier have done. All these individuals are are shining examples of what sowing seed of hard work will yield. For all the winners enjoy it tonight you earned it!! But understand this just because you won tonight doesn’t mean you can start slacking off. In fact it mean you must push yourselves even harder to maintain that high standard of excellence. Don’t let victory defeat you. Finally a word of advice that I have always found helpful, my pastor always tells me you can control your choices but you can’t control your consequences. Make good choice, keep perfecting your craft, and greatness will follow. Can we get one more a round of applause for our amazing Students!!! *****APPLAUSE***** Thank you Ms. Jessica Brazier; can we please get a round of applause for her? ***APPLAUSE*** Finally before we close I want to issue a challenge to all the young communicator that will take the place of senior like me when we leave. My challenge is simple, be better than us. There is simply no imaginable excuse why the classes that follow us shouldn’t make this DEPT. and the banquet better the years that preceded them. Is it going to be easy? No,but anything worth having in life is seldom attained without putting forth any effort. There are going to be moments when you doubt yourself and you’ll want to make an excuse and give up.it is in those moments I urge you to remember these small bits of advice. Don’t get in the habit of making excuses. Excuse are nothing more than the tools of the incompetence use to build monuments of nothingness and those that use them seldom amount to anything. Furthermore
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