Scripps Howard Foundation Honors Journalists At Banquet
CINCINNATI (AP) _ The Scripps Howard Foundation has honored print and broadcast journalists in 13 categories ranging from editorial writing to public service.
Representatives of eight newspapers, three television stations, one radio station and one college newspaper were recognized at the foundation’s National Journalism Awards Banquet Wednesday night. About 400 people attended.
The winners include:
-Christopher Kalb, Yale Daily News, New Haven, Conn., in the college cartoonist category;
-Ann Daly Goodwin, St. Paul (Minn.) Pioneer Press Dispatch, for editorial writing;
-The Charleston (W.Va.) Gazette, for environmental journalism in the under- 100,000 circulation category;
-Dennis Anderson, St. Paul Pioneer Press Dispatch, for environmental journalism in the over-100,000 circulation category;
-KOCO-TV, Oklahoma City, Okla., for commitment to literacy, broadcast division;
-Lesher Communications, based in Walnut Creek, Calif., for commitment to literacy, newspaper division;
-Anchorage Daily News, Anchorage, Alaska, for public service in the under- 100,000 circulation category;
-The Philadelphia Inquirer, for public service in the over-100,000 circulation category;
-John Kifner, The New York Times, for human interest writing;
-KTAR-AM, Phoenix, Ariz., for excellence in local broadcast journalism in the large market radio category;
-WBRZ-TV, Baton Rouge, La., for excellence in local broadcast journalism in the small market television category;
-WFAA-TV, Dallas, for excellence in local broadcast journalism in the large market television category;
-Lawrence (Mass.) Eagle-Tribune, for service to the First Amendment.
The Scripps Howard Foundation was established in 1962 by Scripps Howard. The Cincinnati-based company is one of the country’s largest media communications companies with interests in newspaper publishing, broadcasting, cable television, syndication and other media-related fields.