Friday, March 12, 2010

KHOU 11 Wins 23 Texas Associated Press Broadcasters Awards

I told you a few days ago how the winners of the Texas Associated Press Broadcasters 2009-2010 Television Contest were announced. KHOU 11 lets us know it won 23 awards in the competition.

Of the 23 awards won by KHOU, ten were first place honors, giving the 11 News team the most total awards won and most first place awards won by any large market television station in Texas.

Best Weathercast
First Place: KHOU, Houston- Gene Norman, Aired 5 p.m. 9-25-09

Best News Anchor/Team
First Place: KHOU, Houston - Christine Haas

Best Spot Coverage/Station
Honorable Mention: KHOU, Houston - April Flood

Best Spot Story/Individual
First Place: KHOU, Houston - Kevin Reece, Leo Gonzalez & Tom Empey, Fire Trucks Collide
Second Place: KHOU, Houston - Jeff McShan & Greg Hamilton, Subway Robber

Best Feature/Serious
Second Place: KHOU, Houston - Jeremy Rogalski, Keith Tomshe & David Raziq, Soldiers at Risk - Iraq Water Investigation

Best Feature/Light
Honorable Mention: KHOU, Houston - Kevin Reece, Ernesto Torres & Chris Desmond, Rescue Me

Best Investigative
Second Place: KHOU, Houston - Mark Greenblatt, David Raziq & Keith Tomshe, Under Fire: Discrimination & Corruption in the Texas Army National Guard

Best Photojournalism/Station
First Place: KHOU, Houston

Best Photojournalism/Individual
First Place: KHOU, Houston - Todd Rogenthien

Best Sports Story
Second Place: KHOU, Houston - Daniel Gotera, Winning One for LZ
Honorable Mention: KHOU, Houston - Len Cannon & Chris Desmond, Wrestling School

Best Documentary
Second Place: KHOU, Houston - Mark Greenblatt, Keith Tomshe & David Raziq, Under Fire: Discrimination & Corruption in the Texas Army National Guard

Best Specialty/Beat Reporting
First Place: KHOU, Houston - Kevin Reece, Christine Haas, Brad Woodard &Todd Rogenthien, Soldier Stories
Second Place: KHOU, Houston - Alex Sanz, Harris County Government

Best Reporter
Second Place: KHOU, Houston - Brad Woodard
Honorable Mention: KHOU, Houston - Kevin Reece

Best General Assignment
First Place: KHOU, Houston - Brad Woodard, Frank McBride & Guy Tubbs, American Icon Abandoned

Best Continuing Coverage
First Place: KHOU, Houston - Kevin Reece, Chris Desmond & Ernesto Torres, Rescue Me

Best Deadline Editing
Second Place: KHOU, Houston - Ernesto Torres, Galveston Trees

Best Feature Editing
First Place: KHOU, Houston - Todd Rogenthien, Hearts for Hunter

Best Online/Special Content
First Place: KHOU, Houston - Houston Snow

Best Morning Newscast
2nd Place: KHOU, Houston - Aired 6-10-09

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- KENS 5 wins 20 awards, including 'best newscast' from Texas AP Broadcasters
- Mike McGuff wins at TAPB 2008-2009

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