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Sinclair Broadcast Group Wins 21 Edward R. Murrow Awards

Sinclair Broadcast Group Wins 21 Edward R. Murrow Awards

Sinclair Broadcast Group Nasdaq: SBGI is proud to announce that 12 of its newsrooms have been honored with the prestigious RTDNA Regional Edward R. Murrow Award for Outstanding Journalism. In total, these stations brought home a collective 21 awards, a testament to the company’s commitment to providing the best in local journalism.

The Murrow Awards are sponsored by the Radio Television Digital News Association RTDNA and honor outstanding achievements in broadcast and digital journalism.

“Being honored by the RTDNA with so many Murrow Awards reinforces Sinclair’s commitment to delivering impactful local news that uplifts the voices in the communities we serve, and we are thrilled to be recognized for the hard work and dedication of our newsrooms,” said Scott Livingston, Senior Vice President of News at Sinclair.

Livingston continued, “As we continue to create compelling content across multiple platforms, we are especially proud of WGME/Portland, which was honored with the award for Overall Excellence, and WCIV/Charleston’s podcast Unsolved Carolina, which was recognized as best in the region, the first time Sinclair’s podcast content was honored with a Murrow Award. In addition, our newsroom in Dayton was honored for the first time, further proof of the exceptional work and commitment to storytelling from our journalists around the country, which continues to set Sinclair apart.”


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