Some Good News! LAist & KPCC Won 3 Regional Edward R. Murrow Awards
We just won three regional Edward R. Murrow Awards! The honor from the Radio Television Digital News Association is named for the legendary radio and TV newsman.
Here are our winners:
Reporting by Josie Huang, editing by Megan Garvey
EXCELLENCE IN VIDEO
- I Hiked Alone In The Sierra Nevada For 14 Days To Prove Myself To Myself
- Watch the videos on our Instagram channel >>
Reporting by Emily Guerin, editing by Signe Okkels Larsen and Chava Sanchez
Collaboration with KQED, KPBS, Capital Public Radio and CalMatters
Reporting in our newsroom by David Wagner and Meghan McCarty Carino, editing by Adriene Hill, design and programming by Dana Amihere
NOTE: We also want to give a shout out to our new health reporter Jackie Fortiér who won for continuing coverage of the opiod crisis in Oklahoma.
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