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Kentucky broadcasters honored at AP journalism awards


LEXINGTON, April 25, 2015.  The Kentucky Associated Press Broadcasters announced its News Excellence Awards for 2014 Saturday night in Lexington.

 

For a list of winners, please click here

 

To order duplicate plaques, please contact Clay Hewett at Southern Trophy, 615-256-7295.

 

For questions, please contact Dee Vassar at 615-925-3725 or dvassar@ap.org.

 

 

       
 

 

Congratulations to Terry Prather, of The Ledger Independent, Maysville for winning the 2014 Kentucky AP Photo of the Year.  His winning image showed Bob Grutza riding on horseback through his field of sunflowers Tuesday, July 15, 2014 near Maysville, Ky.  Grutza has five acres of sunflowers on his property. 

Prather was honored at the annual Kentucky News Photographers Association meeting in Louisville in late January.  He received $300 for his winning photo.  The winning image was selected by AP staff by more than two dozen member-contributed photos in 2014.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

       
 

Ed Reinke

 

Tribute to Ed Reinke, 1951-2011

By JANET CAPPIELLO LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Ed Reinke didn't think of his job so much as taking photos, but rather as creating them. When the award-winning Associated Press photographer grabbed his camera and headed out to an assignment, he would tell his colleagues, "I am going to make a picture."

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