In recent weeks APR has received the national “Kaleidoscope Award” for outstanding achievements in coverage of diversity presented by the Radio-Television Digital News Association, the “Bronze Radio Award” from the New York Festivals International Radio Competition, two first place Public Radio News Directors Incorporated awards for “best short documentary” and “best use of sound” in addition to being named the “Most Outstanding News Operation” in the state by the Alabama Associated Press for the fifth year in a row.
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APR, housed at The University of Alabama, won the award from the Alabama Associated Press for the fourth year in a row.
Alabama Public Radio, housed in The University of Alabama’s Digital Media Center, was honored for its outstanding news coverage, bringing home a total of six first-place awards.
APR was named winner of the Silver Radio Award for its recent Civil Rights documentary.
University of Alabama-housed APR won a national award for “Remembering 1963,” a look at Civil Rights era events in the state.
The Radio Television Digital News Association named University of Alabama-housed Alabama Public Radio the winner of five regional Edward R. Murrow Awards in the categories of overall excellence, best series, best soft feature, best use of sound and best documentary.
The Board of the Friends of WUAL, which supports University of Alabama-housed Alabama Public Radio, is hosting two fundraisers in February that will delight the palates of food lovers in Tuscaloosa.
Alabama Public Radio, housed in The University of Alabama’s College of Communication and Information Sciences, has announced changes to its radio schedule.
Alabama Public Radio, housed at The University of Alabama, won a national award for its documentary “Winds of Change,” that covered the first anniversary of the April 2011 Tuscaloosa tornado.
Alabama Public Radio, housed at The University of Alabama, won four-of-four awards in the small market radio category in the Radio Television Digital News Association’s Edward R. Murrow Awards for District 9.