Prestigious annual awards ceremony held at Lehman College

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