Video Editing Division Judges

Dave Michuda

"More than 30 years ago, I was an assistant audio engineer at a production company. I taught myself how to edit video at night when nobody was there. Little did I know then that it would lead to a life in news, editing everything from day turns to show opens to Super Bowl Specials to investigations and much more. Currently, I am the editor for the Investigators Team at FOX6 in Milwaukee. I also edit special projects, podcasts, and the occasional World's Largest Burrito VO. Over the years, I've been lucky enough to have won a fair number of awards - Emmys, AP, NPPA, MIlw Press Club, Murrows, and a Peabody. The awards are a nice recognition but really I just like a good story told well. "

Barbara Bingley

5 years ago, I was a production assistant at ABC10 Sacramento. That's when it happened; I fell in love with videography, editing and fanny packs. I knew I had to be a part of this photog world! Now, still at ABC10, I'm a multi-skilled journalist who gets to produce, shoot and edit features. On days off, I like all things outdoors, hanging with our sweet pup, Row and watching early 2000's romcoms, then a documentary to even it out.

Lance Ing

"Lance Ing is an award-winning Photojournalist/Editor/Producer at WRC NBC 4 DC with more than 20 years of experience working General news, Special Projects and Investigative news. He's worked from coast to coast covering stories with the goal of making them both memorable and unique. “I’m committed to telling compelling stories which have an impact and can make a difference in someone's life. I believe quality photojournalism, teamwork and good storytelling are crucial to establishing a connection with viewers.” Lance helped launched Sinclair Broadcasting’s Full Measure with Sharyl Attkisson, prior to that, he worked for WTTG, USA TODAY LIVE, KATU, WZZM and KTVN. During his career he’s been fortunate to be honored with many local, regional, and national awards, including EMMYs, Murrow’s, AP Awards, NPPA Region 4 Photographer of the Year, WHNPA Photographer and Editor of the Year, and Michigan Photographer of the Year. “It’s an honor to be able to tell the kind of stories that can empower and touch the heart. I’m committed to telling compelling stories which have an impact and can make a difference in someone's life.” "