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BronxNet’s 2015 BETA Awards Ceremony

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BronxNet producer and community activist, Carolyn Smith (c) was thrilled to accept the Best Educational Award for ‘Carol’s Journey TV’.
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‘BronxTalk’ host Gary Axelbank addresses the audience while BronxNet reporter Yeila Lluberes waves to them.
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Producer and show host, Kristal Hart of ‘The Kristal Hart Show’, took home awards for Best Talk Show and Best Documentary last Wednesday.
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Robsmedia owner and professional animator, Robert DeJesus, stands proudly with BronxNet reporter, Christina Lane.
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Joe Bataan, the originator of New York Latin Soul music, gave a stirring live musical performance.
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Rodney Kemp from ‘Undefinable Vision’ was honored to receive the Best Program Series Award last Wednesday.
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Peace December Sheikh Moussa Drammeh proudly accepts his Community Service Award from BronxNet’s Michael Max Knobbe.
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‘Street Line’ director, producer and camera operator, Ricardo Cordero, thanks everyone after receiving the Best Cultural Program Award from BronxNet.
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Hanoi Evangelista distributed the awards during Wednesday night’s prestigious awards ceremony.

BronxNet held its annual BETA Awards Ceremony last Wednesday, November 4 at the Studio Theater in Lehman College’s Music Building to honor the many men and women who produce independent programs for airing on BronxNet. This year, the independent not-for-profit organization invited audience participation at its 2015 BETA Awards Ceremony. The live, televised awards ceremony featured outstanding music performed by world-renowned Salsoul pioneer, Joe Bataan and a honors competition by artists who are independent BronxNet producers. All Photos by Miriam Quin

Updated 5:01 pm, July 9, 2018
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