School program honored with Mascot Media awards

Earlier this month, the broadcasting team behind Berlin High School’s BHS TV enterprise was honored with two Mascot Media awards.

BHS earned the award for Best School-run Broadcast Program, and junior Calvin DeLude was named Broadcast MVP.

DeLude is the lead commentator for BHS athletic events, and produces all the shows for BHS TV. He also records a podcast. DeLude said he aims to “produce as much good content for Berlin High School” as he can.

The Berlin High broadcasting team also includes sophomore Charles Henriques,
juniors Nora Ritchie and Adam Rice, and seniors Samantha Negrao and Michael Lanteri.

The BHS broadcasting program is overseen by advisors Nick Smith and Cara Gileau.

Each year, Mascot Media reviews videos submitted from schools across the country. A select few programs earn awards.

“The awards were selected via a combination of voting made available to the public, and Mascot Media’s team decided based on videos that we submitted showcasing live streams and video products,” Nick Smith said.

In addition to athletics, the BHS broadcasting team also covers musicals, art shows, and other events at the school.

“They do so much for the school,” Smith said. “And it’s great what they do.” 



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