Tony Kovaleski.For a decade, 7News investigative reporter Tony Kovaleski has been one of local TV's most reliable trouble-stirrers. But starting in January, he'll have a new address: KNTV, an NBC owned-and-operated station in the Bay Area. Kovaleski, who grew up in San Jose, is making the mo ... More >>
KUNC reporter Grace HoodThere are loads of media honors, but in broadcast journalism, the national Edward R. Murrow Awards stand above the rest. That's why it's a big deal that KUNC, the northern Colorado public radio station, just nabbed its first national Murrow for "Two Men, Two Women and ... More >>
Bob Newman.As a former Marine gunnery sergeant, KOA radio host Bob Newman comes by his combativeness naturally. When politically liberal Colorado Media Matters, staffed by some of his most persistent critics, collapsed in March, Gunny Bob gleefully kicked the organization when it was down (an ... More >>
April Zesbaugh with her KOA morning-show partner, Steffan Tubbs. The National Edward R. Murrow Awards, doled out annually by the Radio-Television News Directors Association, are among the most prestigious in electronic journalism, and as a result, most of them tend to go to stories that tackle over ... More >>
Photo by Andy CrossA photo from the Denver Post's award-winning series "The Battle Within." Two local news organizations have added baubles to their trophy cases in recent days. The Society of Professional Journalists bestowed its top investigative plaudit upon the Denver Post series "The Battle Wi ... More >>
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