Three videos produced by individual teams of Cobb County high school students have been chosen as the winners of the second annual H2O in HD video challenge.
H2O in HD – which is presented in partnership with the Cobb County-Marietta Water Authority (CCMWA) and Cobb County Water System – invited Cobb County high school students to create 60- second Public Service Announcements showcasing water conservation and video production skills. More than 17 entries from six high schools were submitted.
Entries were scored by a select panel of judges including David Tyler, Cobb TV23 Producer and Chief Engineer; Julie Newell, Southern Polytechnic State University International Studies Department Chair; Gary Cobb, CBS46 and Peachtree TV Director of Community Engagement and Michael Tierce, Kennesaw State University Department of English Associate Chair.
The winning entries, including special recognition for the “People’s Choice Award” decided by online voters, were announced during a video premiere party at CCMWA on April 22.