ABC gets o'seas press kudos.
NEW YORK ABC scored a double victory last week at the 60th annual Overseas Press Club Awards, snagging honors for business and human rights reporting.
Alphabet web investigative reporters Brian Ross and Brenda Breslauer won kudos in the category for TV or radio business reporting from abroad for their coverage of stolen Nazi art.
Story "Russian Girls for Sale" by Cynthia McFadden and Beth Osisek of ABC's now-defunct "PrimeTime Live" was honored as best example of reporting on human rights by a broadcast org.
All-news cabler CNN was honored for best TV spot news reporting for its coverage of U.S. air strikes against Iraq and President Clinton's impeachment hearings. Boston pubcaster WGBH snagged the award for best foreign affairs docu for the "Frontline" presentation "Ambush in Mogadishu."
Publications taking home awards included Time, Business Week and the Washington Post. Newsweek editor Maynard Parker posthumously won the org's top honor, the President's Award.
The Overseas Press Club Awards honor outstanding foreign reporting by print and broadcast orgs and individuals. Kudos were presented at a black-tie dinner held April 22 at Gotham's Grand Hyatt Hotel.