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KUOW's programming has been recognized by local, regional and national journalism and broadcasting organizations. A special thanks to KUOW's financial supporters for helping to make this award-winning programming possible.

2021 Awards

REGIONAL EDWARD R. MURROW AWARDS

News Series

"School Abuse," by Ann Dornfeld, edited by Liz Jones.

Excellence in Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

"Rooted in Liberation," by Jenna Hanchard, edited by Liz Jones.

Digital

Feature Reporting

"Matriarch of Northwest apple industry passes away at age 194. Not a misprint," by Tom Banse (Northwest News Network), edited by KUOW's Derek Wang.


SPJ EXCELLENCE IN JOIURNALISM AWARDS

Audio: Crime & Law Enforcement Reporting

First Place - "This woman ‘died three times’ after Seattle Police hit her with a blast ball," by Liz Jones and Isolde Raftery.

Second Place - "Former Seattle foster child reflects on end of youth jail: ‘This brings me to tears’," by Amy Radil.

Audio: Feature, Soft News

First Place - "The tale of the Black birders and ruffled feathers on Facebook," by Deborah Wang, edited by Gil Aegerter.

Second Place - "This immigrant has uplifting tips on making quarantine work. He's been living like this for a year," by Esmy Jimenez, edited by Liz Jones.

Audio: Government & Politics Reporting

First Place - "Who takes responsibility for this racist ad?" by David Hyde, edited by Gil Aegerter.

Audio: Feature, Hard News

Second Place - "Teens are warning each other about sex trafficking on TikTok. Here’s why the videos could do more harm than good," by Jadenne Radoc Cabahug of KUOW's RadioActive Youth Media program, edited by Anna Boiko-Weyrauch, production support and mentorship by Kyle Norris.

Audio: Investigative Reporting

First Place - "School Abuse," by Ann Dornfeld, edited by Liz Jones.

Writing: Investigative Reporting

First Place - "School Abuse," by Ann Dornfeld, edited by Liz Jones.

Audio: Social Equity Reporting

First Place - "For students of color, Covid-19 reveals deep inequities in Seattle area schools," by Essey Paulos, Mimi Zekaryas, and Charlotte Engrav of KUOW's RadioActive Youth Media, edited by Kelsey Kupferer, production support and mentorship by Mary Heisey.

Photo & Design: General News Photography

First Place - 11th & Pine, by Megan Farmer

Second Place - Seattle Protests for Racial Justice, by Megan Farmer

Photo & Design: Photo Portfolio

First Place - Megan Farmer

Photo & Design: Portrait Photography

Second Place - Covid-19 Testing, by Megan Farmer

Writing: Arts and Culture Reporting

First Place - "This Seattle woman brews a cup of tea that tastes like the wedding scene from Game of Thrones," by Dyer Oxley, edited by Isolde Raftery.

Writing: Crime & Law Enforcement Reporting

Second Place - "This Auburn cop killed 3 and injured others. His department didn't stop him — outsiders did," by Ashley Hiruko, Liz Brazile, Isolde Raftery.


GRACIE AWARDS

Radio Non-Commercial Local

"No more haircuts: Stylist says closing salons is right thing to do to stop COVID-19," by Angela King.


PUBLIC MEDIA JOURNALISM ASSOCIATION AWARDS

First Place - Commentary

"'Gracias por todo.' Delivering food during the pandemic was worth it to hear my mom say these words," by Luis Hernandez Vargas. Edited by Joshua McNichols with production support and mentorship from Lila Lakehart.

First Place - Series

"Voices of the Pandemic," lead reporting by Joshua McNichols, with contributing reporting by Ruby de Luna, Kate Walters, Alec Cowen, Isolde Raftery, Eilis O'Neill, Alison Bruzek, Kristin Leong, Ashley Hiruko, John Ryan, Adwoa Gyimah-Brempong, Luis Hernandes Vargas, Natalie Newcomb and Jared Lam. Series edited by Carol Smith.

First Place - Nationally Edited News Coverage

"Now what? Young Latinos struggle post-election to find their place in US," by Esmy Jimenez.


2020 Awards

REGIONAL EDWARD R. MURROW AWARDS

Excellence in Writing

"It’s carpool karaoke (and free Tylenol) with this Seattle night driver," by Casey Martin, edited by Liz Jones.

Feature Reporting

"23 couples, one mass celebration in Washington farm town," by Esmy Jimenez, edited by Liz Jones.

Hard News

"She was raped 15 years ago. Her rape kit was finally tested and turned up a match," by Anna Boiko-Weyrauch, edited by Gil Aegerter.

Multimedia

"Life after a hate crime: the recovery of DaShawn Horne," by Megan Farmer, edited by Sydney Brownstone and Isolde Raftery.

News Series

"Wired for Worry," by Isolde Raftery, Deborah Wang, Ann Dornfeld, and Megan Farmer, edited by Liz Jones.

Sports Reporting

"Former Seahawk Doug Baldwin on depression, life after football, and his mission to build community," by Kim Malcolm and Andy Hurst, edited by Liz Jones.

Overall Excellence: Large Market Radio


NW EXCELLENCE IN JOURNALISM AWARDS

Photo Essay (Writing, Photo & Design, Large Newsroom)

First Place — “Life after a hate crime: the recovery of DaShawn Horne," by Megan Farmer, edited by Sydney Brownstone and Isolde Raftery.

Photo Portfolio (Writing, Photo & Design, Small Newsroom)

Runner Up — Megan Farmer

Investigative Reporting (Writing, Photo & Design, Medium Newsroom)

Runner Up — “Serial rapists targeted women on Aurora, this woman got justice," by Kate Walters, edited by Isolde Raftery.

Large Newsrooms Crime and Justice Reporting (Audio, Large Newsroom)

First Place — “She called 911 and said she was suicidal. Then she was charged with a crime," by Patricia Murphy, edited by Liz Jones.

Environment and Natural Disaster Reporting (Audio, Large Newsroom)

First Place — “Got time? You can avoid 'flygskam' (Swedish for flight shame)," by John Ryan, edited by Liz Jones.

Runner Up — “Seattle is really good at recycling. Maybe a little too good," by Anna Boiko-Weyrauch, edited by Gil Aegerter.

Feature Reporting, Soft News (Audio, Large Newsroom)

Runner Up — “It’s carpool karaoke (and free Tylenol) with this Seattle night driver," by Casey Martin, edited by Liz Jones.

Government and Politics Reporting (Audio, Large Newsroom)

First Place — “A toilet is your face.' Seattle ponders the perfect public pissoir," by Anna Boiko-Weyrauch, edited by Gil Aegerter

Health and Science Reporting (Audio, Large Newsroom)

Runner Up — “Russian social media fuels vaccine anxiety as measles spreads in Washington state," by David Hyde, edited by Gil Aegerter.

Investigative Reporting (Audio, Large Newsroom)

Runner Up — “White kids usually get the most recess in Seattle. Black kids, the least," by Ann Dornfeld, edited by Liz Jones


GRACIE AWARDS

Reporter / Correspondent - Local Radio News

Parenting and Mental Health series, by Deborah Wang, edited by Carol Smith

News Feature - Local Student Radio

"The barrier between us is breaking: How politics brought my mom and me closer," by Marian Mohamed, mentored by Kyle Norris, edited by Liz Jones.


THE ASSOCIATION OF LGBTQ JOURNALISTS EXCELLENCE IN JOURNALISM AWARDS

Winner — Excellence in Education

"When unwanted questions drove us out of school, Nova welcomed us" by Lucas Galarneau, mentored by Kyle Norris, edited by Liz Jones.


NEW YORK TIMES STUDENT PODCAST CONTEST

Winner — "Hiding In Plain Sight: My Life As A Homeless Teen," by Michelle Aguilar Ramirez, mentored by Andrew Stuckey, edited by Carol Smith.

Winner — "How One Transgender Dancer Challenges the Bollywood Binary," by Keya Roy, mentored by Kyle Norris, edited by Caroline Chamberlain Gomez.

Runner Up — "Hijabis on the Soccer Field: This Teen Founded a Camp for Muslim Girls Like Her," by Ayesha Mohammed, mentored by Sonya Harris, edited by Marcie Sillman.

Runner Up — "Teens Are Using TikTok to Warn Each Other About Sex Trafficking. But the Reality Is Way Different," by Jadenne Radoc Cabahug, mentored by Kyle Norris, edited by Anna Boiko-Weyrauch.


2019 Awards

MAYOR'S ART AWARD

Winner - Marcie Sillman

NLGJA 2019 EXCELLENCE IN JOURNALISM AWARD

Winner - Excellence in Radio Award

How One Transgender Dancer Challenges the Bollywood Binary,” by Keya Roy, mentored by Kyle Norris and edited by Caroline Chamberlain Gomez

PRNDI AWARDS

Spot News Reporting

First Place — "Homeless, and now campless, in Seattle's Ravenna neighborhood," by John Ryan

Second Place — "If this Seattle building is a nest of Russian spies, why didn’t the U.S. close it sooner," by John Ryan

Multi-Media Presentation

Second Place — "Transforming black pain into beauty: The story of an Alvin Ailey protege in Seattle," by Marcie Sillman and Megan Farmer

SOCIETY OF PROFESSIONAL JOURNALISTS AWARDS

Feature Photography

Winner — "As Told By Us," by Megan Farmer

Investigative Reporting

Winner — "Washington state representative accused of improper behavior," by Austin Jenkins

Audio News Series

Winner — "Washington sent brain injury patients to Oklahoma — then all but forgot about them," by Austin Jenkins

Best Photo Portfolio

Runner up — Megan Farmer

Crime and Justice Reporting

Runner up — "Five women accuse Seattle’s David Meinert of sexual misconduct, including rape," by Sydney Brownstone and Isolde Raftery

Portrait Photography

Runner up — Marilyn Montufar, by Megan Farmer

Social Issues Reporting

Runner up — "Some Seattle schools can pay for extra teachers. Should they spread the wealth?" by Isolde Raftery

Sports Audio Reporting

Runner up — "Track to Ice: Pacific Northwest bobsledder on verge of making 2018 Olympic team," by Tom Banse

Investigative Audio Reporting

Runner up — "Her rapist was convicted because of a rape kit. So why are so many kits untested?" by Anna Boiko-Weyrauch and Gil Aegerter

Audio News Series

Runner up — "Along the Mother Road," by Carolyn Adolph, Joshua McNichols and Kate Walters, edited by Carol Smith

General News Audio Reporting

Runner up — "Yes, light rail station escalators do break a lot. Here’s why," by Anna Boiko-Weyrauch, edited by Gil Aegerter

RTDNA’S REGIONAL EDWARD R. MURROW AWARDS

Excellence in Innovation

"My name is Millionaire Lavish. I'm 18 and this is why I carry a gun," by Patricia Murphy and Willard Jimerson, edited by Liz Jones and Gil Aegerter

Excellence in Video

"Along the Mother Road," by Megan Farmer

2018 Awards

PUBLIC RADIO NEWS DIRECTOR INC. (PRNDI)

2018 Editor of the Year - Carol Smith


SOCIETY OF PROFESSIONAL JOURNALISTS

Sports Audio Reporting

Winner — "This 63-year-old could lift a baby elephant," by Carlin Bills, edited by Ann Kane and Carol Smith

General News Audio Reporting

Winner — "A death pushed these farmworkers to protest. Now an investigation is underway," by Liz Jones, edited by Carol Smith

Feature Audio Reporting

Winner — "Not everyone makes peace with their dad. My teacher inspired me to try," by Nate Martin, edited by Mary Heisey and Jenny Asarnow

Audio News Series

Winner — Primed podcast

Runner up — Second Wave podcast

Investigative Audio Reporting

Winner — "Pregnant mom calls for help, ends up killed by police. Her tribe wants answers," by Amy Radil, edited by Gil Aegerter

Breaking News Audio Reporting

Winner — Donald Trump's travel ban, by Liz Jones, edited by Carol Smith

Runner up — Amtrak derailment, by John Ryan, Jason Pagano, Heather Bosch and& Austin Jenkins


RTDNA’S REGIONAL EDWARD R. MURROW AWARDS

Breaking News Coverage

Amtrak Derailment

Continuing Coverage

Travel ban puts lives on hold

Excellence in Sound

"The Beauty Pageant," Second Wave

Hard News

"Her miscarriage in ICE detention raises questions about care," by Liz Jones, edited by Carol Smith


ALLIANCE FOR WOMEN IN MEDIA FOUNDATION'S GRACIES

News Feature, Non-Commercial Local Radio

"Her miscarriage in ICE detention raises questions about care," by Liz Jones, edited by Carol Smith

Podcast, Interactive Media - Student

RadioActive - Youth Media

2017 Awards


ASIAN AMERICAN JOURNALISTS ASSOCIATION

General Excellence Radio/Audio

Winner — "If these walls could talk," by Liz Jones, Ruby de Luna, Amina Al-Sadi, Kate Walters, Isolde Raftery, Carol Smith, Whitney Henry-Lester, edited by Carol Smith


PUBLIC RADIO NEWS DIRECTOR INC. (PRNDI)

Enterprise/Investigative

Winner — "Upon Arrival," by Liz Jones, edited by Carol Smith

Sports Feature

Winner — "Dressed like women warriors, these girls step into their heritage," by Marcie Sillman, edited by Jim Gates

Student Soft Feature

Winner — "I was homeless and my life was trash. Then this Seattle family took me in," by April Reyes, mentored by Nina Tran, edited by Jenny Asarnow

Best Use Of Sound

Runner up — "Out of the Jungle," by Joshua McNichols and Kate Walters, edited by Carol Smith and Whitney Henry-Lester

Commentary

Runner up — "Albinism And Me: How My Genetic Condition Makes My Ethnicity Invisible," Kamna Shastri


SOCIETY OF PROFESSIONAL JOURNALISTS

General News Audio Reporting

Winner — "They lost their son and daughter to murder-suicide. Now they’re pushing for gun control," by Amy Radil, edited by Jim Gates

Runner Up — "Can the middle class lifestyle my Seattle grandparents had ever be achievable again?," by Emily Fox, edited by Carol Smith

Investigative Audio Reporting

Winner — "Out of the Jungle," by Joshua McNichols and Kate Walters, edited by Carol Smith and Whitney Henry-Lester

Runner Up — "Hollow Columns Holding Up I-5, I-405 Bridges Could Implode In Major Quake," by John Ryan, and Carolyn Adolph, edited by Carol Smith

Audio News Series

Winner — Health of the Uniform, by Patricia Murphy, edited by Adam Hochberg

Sports Audio Reporting

Winner — "Dressed like women warriors, these girls step into their heritage," by Marcie Sillman, edited by Jim Gates

Runner Up — "This is what a concussion sounds like," by Conor Gormally, edited by Lila Kitaeff and Carol Smith

Video News Series

Winner — Battle Ready: The Military’s Environmental Legacy In The Northwest, by Katie Campbell with EarthFix


RTDNA’S REGIONAL EDWARD R. MURROW AWARDS

Excellence in Innovation

RadioActive Youth Media

Feature Reporting

"I was homeless and my life was trash. Then this Seattle family took me in," by April Reyes, mentored by Nina Tran, edited by Jenny Asarnow

Hard News

"They Lost Their Son and Daughter to Murder-suicide. Now They’re Pushing for Gun Control," by Amy Radil, edited by Jim Gates

News Documentary

"Out of the Jungle," by Joshua McNichols and Kate Walters, edited by Carol Smith

News Series

"Upon Arrival," by Liz Jones, edited by Carol Smith

 

WEBBY AWARDS

Podcasts & Digital Audio —Best Writing

How to be a Girl

2016 Awards


PUBLIC RADIO NEWS DIRECTORS ASSOCIATION (PRNDI)

Feature

1st place – "Why Is There So Much Prostitution On Aurora Avenue In Seattle?," by Posey Gruener, edited by Jim Gates

Sports

1st place – "The Surprising Place Where Some Seahawks Fans Gather," by Joshua McNichols, edited by Derek Wang

Spot/Daily News

2nd place – "Guess Who's Helping Seattle Homeless Veterans? Syrian Refugees," by Liz Jones, edited by Carol Smith.


SOCIETY OF PROFESSIONAL JOURNALISTS

General News Reporting

2nd place – "In Auburn, 911 Wants To Know If You’re A Veteran," by Patricia Murphy, edited by Adam Hochberg

3rd place – "Using White Privilege To Fight Racism: A Young Activist's Dream," by Paul Kiefer, edited by Lila Kitaeff and Carol Smith

News Series

2nd place – "Seattle’s Homeless: No End in Sight," by John Ryan and Jeannie Yandel, edited by Carol Smith

Special Report

1st place – "Why This Teen Stopped Hiding Her Dad's Abuse," by Noel Gasca, edited by Lila Kitaeff and Jenny Asarnow

2nd place – "Why Is There So Much Prostitution On Aurora Avenue In Seattle?," by Posey Gruener, edited by Jim Gates

Sports Reporting

1st place – "The Surprising Place Where Some Seahawks Fans Gather," by Joshua McNichols, edited by Derek Wang

Spot News Reporting

3rd place – "International District Mourns Shooting Victim Donald Chin," by Liz Jones, edited by Carol Smith


SPOT 127 KORVA COLEMAN AWARD 

Overcoming Hurdles To Be First In His Family To Go To College,” by Angela Nguyen, mentored by Lila Kiaeff, edited by Jenny Asarnow


RTDNA’S STUDENT MURROW AWARDS

Overall Excellence - Audio

"Why This Teen Stopped Hiding Her Dad's Abuse," by Noel Gasca, mentored by Lila Kiaeff, edited by Jenny Asarnow

 

RTDNA’S REGIONAL EDWARD R. MURROW AWARDS

Continuing Coverage

"Arctic Drilling," by John Ryan

Sports

"Overcoming Hurdles To Be First In His Family To Go To College," by Angela Nguyen, edited by Jenny Asarnow


ALLIANCE FOR WOMEN IN MEDIA FOUNDATION'S GRACIES

Feature

"Why These Seattle Writers Launched #ShoutYourAbortion," by Jeannie Yandel and Allie Ferguson

Grand Winner: Portrait/Biography

"Why This Teen Stopped Hiding Her Dad's Abuse," by Noel Gasca, mentored by Lila Kiaeff, edited by Jenny Asarnow

2015 Awards


PUBLIC RADIO NEWS DIRECTORS INC.

Student Soft Feature

2nd Prize —"Water Is The Sound Of Freedom For My 'Ba'," by Angela Nguyen, mentored by Sandra Htyte, edited by Jenny Asarnow

Soft Feature – Large Newsroom

1st Place – "Water Is The Sound Of Freedom For My 'Ba'," by Angela Nguyen, mentored by Sandra Htyte, edited by Jenny Asarnow 


NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF HISPANIC JOURNALISTS

Latino Issues, Radio/Online Audio Journalism

“Goodbye America,” by Liz Jones


SOCIETY OF PROFESSIONAL JOURNALISTS: NORTHWEST EXCELLENCE IN JOURNALISM AWARDS

Feature

1st place — "What's On The Bottom Of Lake Washington? Planes, Trains, And...," by Sarah Waller, edited by Jim Gates

Investigative Reporting

1st place — "Who's Buying the Washington State Senate?" by John Ryan, edited by Carol Smith

2nd place — "Rail Workers Raise Doubts About Safety Culture As Oil Trains Roll On," by Ashley Ahearn and Tony Schick, edited by Jim Gates

News Series

1st place — "Two Indias, Near and Far," by Liz Jones, edited by Carol Smith

2nd place — "No Time For Play," by Ann Dornfeld, edited by Carol Smith

3rd place — "Seattle Nurse Risks Everything To Smuggle AIDS Drugs," by Jessica Partnow, edited by Carol Smith

Spot News

1st place — "Mudslide Witness: There Were 'Belongings All Over The Road," by Phyllis Fletcher, edited by Carol Smith

2nd place — "Ferguson Protesters In Seattle Express Hope, Worry, Anger," by Liz Jones, edited by Carol Smith

3rd place — "Shell Casings On The Carpet: Students Describe SPU Shooting Scene," by KUOW Staff, edited by Carol Smith

General News

3rd place — "Seattle Catholic Students Form Underground Clubs For LGBTQ Youth," by Katherine Sims, Rachel Lam and Nina Tran, edited by Jenny Asarnow

Special Report

3rd place — "An Autistic Teen’s Guide To Impersonating Michael Jackson," by Meghan O'Kelley, mentored by Lila Kitaeff, edited by Carol Smith

 

RTDNA’S NATIONAL EDWARD R. MURROW AWARDS

Hard News

1st place — "Seattle Catholic Students Form Underground Clubs For LGBTQ Youth," by Katherine Sims, Rachel Lam and Nina Tran, edited by Jenny Asarnow


RTDNA’S REGIONAL EDWARD R. MURROW AWARDS

Investigative Reporting

3rd place — "Landslide Safety All Over The Map," by John Ryan and Tony Schick, edited by Carol Smith

Hard News

1st place — "Seattle Catholic Students Form Underground Clubs For LGBTQ Youth," by Katherine Sims, Rachel Lam and Nina Tran, edited by Jenny Asarnow


RTDNA’S KALEIDOSCOPE AWARDS

Large Market Radio

"Two Indias, Near And Far," by Liz Jones, edited by Carol Smith


ALLIANCE FOR WOMEN IN MEDIA FOUNDATION'S GRACIES

Outstanding Interview Program or Feature

"'Gamergate' Is Just A Microcosm Of Sexism," by Marcie Sillman and Hannah Burn, edited by Jeannie Yandel

Oustanding Reporter/Correspondent

Liz Jones

Outstanding Documentary

"Seattle Nurse Risks Everything To Smuggle AIDS Drugs," by Jessica Partnow, edited by Carol Smith


2014 Awards

2014 SALUTE TO EXCELLENCE AWARD

"Black In Seattle," by Tonya Mosley, edited by Phyllis Fletcher


2014 RTNDA/UNITY AWARD

Honoring outstanding achievement in coverage of diversity

"Black In Seattle," by Tonya Mosley, edited by Phyllis Fletcher


SOCIETY OF PROFESSIONAL JOURNALISTS: NORTHWEST EXCELLENCE IN JOURNALISM AWARDS

Spot News Reporting

3rd place — "33 Women Arrested During Immigration Rally — Including Mayor McGinn's Wife," by Liz Jones

General News Reporting

1st place — "Farm Worker Harassment Draws Increased Scrutiny," by Liz Jones

Special Report

1st place — "Missing Person Cases Involving Dementia Challenge Police," by Ruby de Luna

3rd place — "Macklemore's 'Thrift Shop' Changes Teens' Shopping Habits," by Varun Dhananjaya

News Series

2nd place — "Coal in the Northwest," by Ashley Ahearn


SEATTLE WOMEN IN JAZZ

1st Annual Amanda Wilde Inspire Award: Amanda Wilde, The Swing Years and Beyond


RTDNA’S REGIONAL EDWARD R. MURROW AWARDS

Sports

“Seattle Underwater Hockey Team Headed For Nationals,” by Sarah Waller

Hard News

“Fighting Foreclosure: Home Is Where The Bank Says It Is,” by Kendra Hanna (RadioActive Youth Media)

Writing

“Lifelong Smoker Goes Into Extra Innings In His Fight Against 'Mr. C,'" by by Madeline Ewbank (RadioActive Youth Media)

2013 Awards


AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE

Kavli Science Journalism Awards

Certificate of Merit — Series: "Coal in the Northwest Series," by Ashley Ahearn, edited by Jim Gates


SOCIETY OF PROFESSIONAL JOURNALISTS: NORTHWEST EXCELLENCE IN JOURNALISM AWARDS

Spot News Reporting

3rd place — "Cafe Racer Shooting," by KUOW Staff

Special Report

1st place — "Broken Notes," reported by Kamna Shastri, edited by Nathan Friend

Investigative Reporting

1st place — "Sea Trial Leaves Shell's Arctic Oil-Spill Gear 'Crushed Like A Beer Can,'" reported by John Ryan, edited by Jim Gates

3rd place — "Less Than Honorable: Sexual Assault In The U.S. Military," reported by Patricia Murphy, edited by Jim Gates

 

SOCIETY OF PROFESSIONAL JOURNALISTS: SIGMA DELTA CHI AWARD

Investigative Reporting (1-100 Market or Network Syndication)

"Sea Trial Leaves Shell's Arctic Oil-Spill Gear 'Crushed Like A Beer Can,'" reported by John Ryan, edited by Jim Gates

 

RTDNA'S REGIONAL EDWARD R. MURROW AWARD

Investigative Reporting

"Flying The Unleaded Skies," by John Ryan

Feature

"Mom Moves into Van To Pay For Daughter’s Tuition," by Sarah Rosenthal

Hard News

"Undocumented HS Grad Can't Afford College Of His Choice," Esteli Garcia

2012 Awards

 

RTDNA'S REGIONAL EDWARD R. MURROW AWARD

Audio Feature Reporting

Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen, "Secrets Of A Blonde Bombshell," by KUOW's Phyllis Fletcher


ALLIANCE FOR WOMEN IN MEDIA FOUNDATION'S 2012 GRACIES

Outstanding Portrait/Biography

Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen, "Secrets Of A Blonde Bombshell," by KUOW's Phyllis Fletcher


RTDNA'S UNITY AWARD

Radio

Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen, "Secrets Of A Blonde Bombshell," by KUOW's Phyllis Fletcher


PUBLIC RADIO NEWS DIRECTORS INC.

Call-in Program

1st Prize — The Conversation, "Living In A White City," hosted by Ross Reynolds and produced by David Hyde and Arwen Nicks

 

SOCIETY OF PROFESSIONAL JOURNALISTS: SIGMA DELTA CHI AWARD

Public Service in Radio Journalism

"Danger At Work," produced by John Ryan and edited by Jim Gates


ASSOCIATION OF HEALTH CARE JOURNALISTS

Health Policy

3rd Place — "The Weight Of War," by Patricia Murphy and Hal Bernton of The Seattle Times


EDUCATION WRITERS ASSOCIATION'S NATIONAL REPORTING CONTEST

Beat Reporting

1st Prize — Phyllis Fletcher, Education Beat Reporting, edited by Jim Gates and Guy Nelson


WASHINGTON STATE DEPARTMENT OF ARCHAEOLOGY & HISTORIC PRESERVATION

Outstanding Achievement In The Media

"The Viaduct," written and produced by Dominic Black, edited by Jim Gates and assisted by Jason Pagano


SOCIETY OF PROFESSIONAL JOURNALISTS: NORTHWEST EXCELLENCE IN JOURNALISM AWARDS

Health Reporting

1st Place — "The Weight Of War," by Patricia Murphy and Hal Bernton of The Seattle Times

Radio News Series

2nd Place — "Danger At Work," produced by John Ryan and edited by Jim Gates

Innovation Award

2nd Place — "Farming Along The Duwamish," by Jim Gates and InvestigateWest's Carol Smith