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Journalism Foundation of Metropolitan St. Louis.
The following awards were presented by the Foundation at its 33rd Annual Meeting.
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See : Authority Award: Metropolitan Bar Assoc. of St. Louis for an Investigative Series to George Pawlacyzk, Belleville News-Democrat The Belleville News-Democrat is a McClatchy newspaper with its headquarters in Belleville, Illinois, in the United States. The News-Democrat competes with the St. Louis Post-Dispatch in St. .
College Scholarships: Courtney Moseby, Howard University Howard University, at Washington, D.C.; coeducational; with federal support. It was founded in 1867 by Gen. Oliver O. Howard of the Freedmen's Bureau, to provide education for newly emancipated slaves. A normal and preparatory department was opened the same year. -- Association of Black Journalists; Leslie Cantu, Webster University Webster today operates as an independent, comprehensive, non-denominational university with campus locations around the world. It offers undergraduate and graduate programs in a wide array of disciplines, including the liberal arts, fine and performing arts, teacher education, business -- Carl Baldwin Award; Rachel Kameshak, SIUE SIUE Southern Illinois University - Edwardsville
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On March 16, 1874, some 100 members of the St. ; Colene McEntee, Fontbonne -- Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis; Jennifer Osterhage, University of Notre Dame -- IABC/Vandiver Group; Sara Lubbes, Fontbonne College -- Fleischman-Hillard; Kate Peters, Spring Hill -- Goodrich Gamble; Lauren Beck, University of Notre Dame -- NFPW-Missouri Affiliate; Margaret Edelman, St. Louis University -- Newspaper Guild; Amanda Rogers, Webster University -- Ray Noonan; Amela Abdihodzic, Webster University -- Elva Norman; Erin Guyer, University of Missouri -- Press Club/Bob Hardy; Erica Endicott, University of Missouri -- Press Club/Milton Ferman; Thomas Wyrich, University of Missouri -- Press Club/Media Persons of the Year; Janet Hoth, University of Missouri -- Public Relations Society of America The Public Relations Society of America (PRSA), based in New York City, is the world's largest organization for public relations professionals. The organization has more than 30,000 professional and student members, and is organized into 112 chapters nationwide. ; Erica Burleson, Webster University -- Webster-Kirkwood T imes.
Press Club of Metropolitan St. Louis Internships: Erin Tuyer, University of Missouri; Jeff Starck, Webster University; Jennifer Lee Swan, Westminster College.
The station won the Radio Television News Directors Association Edward R. Murrow Noun 1. Edward R. Murrow - United States broadcast journalist remembered for his reports from London during World War II (1908-1965)
Edward Roscoe Murrow, Murrow 2002 Award for news reporting.
The station's news team won two first place awards from the Missouri Broadcasters Association. News Producer Brett Blume won first place in the Documentary/Public Affairs category for his story on how local health professionals prepare for biological and chemical attacks. Kevin Lavery, news producer, won top prize in Feature Reporting for his piece on the local exhibition of the St. Louis-built Mercury space capsule, which had been lost at sea for 38 years.
The station also claimed first prize from the Missouri Associated Press. Blume won first place in the Enterprise Reporting category reporting on an innovative program that the Missouri Highway Patrol offers. The station also won honorable mentions in the Enterprise Reporting category.
The Missouri State Teachers Association awarded Lavery first place in its Annual Media Awards Radio Features category.
KMOV, (Channel 4)
The station was honored with four awards from the Missouri Broadcasters Association in the categories of Spot News, Feature Reporting, Commercial and Public Service Announcement.