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Mississippi AP Broadcasters announce winners in news excellence competition for 2014

 

 

JACKSON, Miss., April 18, 2015 – The Mississippi Associated Press Broadcasters honored the best in television and radio journalism in 2014 during its annual awards presentation in downtown Jackson.  More than 160 professional and college journalists from across the state attended the event.

 

Click here for a complete list of winners.

 

MAPB inducted five journalists in the MAPB Hall of Fame who have had made a lasting impact on broadcast journalism in the state. Inducted were Bryan Owings of WCBI-TV, Wilson Stribling of WLBT-TV, John Parker of WAPT-TV, and co-anchors Karen Abernathy and David Elliott of WLOX-TV.

 

Craig Ford, anchor and assistant news director at WTVA-TV was named Newsperson of the Year.

 

 

 

       
 

 

 

 

 

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2015 Louisiana/Mississippi APME Professional awards presentation

 

The LA-MS APME award winners will be announced during the joint summer meeting of the Louisiana Press Association and the Mississippi Press Association on Saturday, June 20, 2015, in New Orleans.

 

Details to follow.

 

       
     

 

2015 LOUISIANA-MISSISSIPPI APME COLLEGE CONTEST

 

The LA-MS APME college contest winners will be announced at the LA-MS APME awards presentation Saturday, June 20, 2015, in New Orleans.

 

       
       
     

 

       
       
 
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