NCNN & WRAL-TV Dominate the ENAC Awards

NCNN NCNN & WRAL-TV Dominate the ENAC Awards

Both the North Carolina News Network (NCNN) and WRAL-TV came out winners in the 2003 Television and Radio Awards given by the Electronic News Association of the Carolinas. The awards were presented at a luncheon on Saturday, June 21, 2003 at the ENAC convention in Charlotte. WRAL-TV News Director and recent ENAC President John Harris attended the event on behalf of the company.

NCNN received the following awards:

  • Special Report: 1st place for coverage of last summer’s drought
  • Best Sportscaster: Bruce Ferrell
  • Public Affairs: 2nd Place for “When Religion Becomes Evil” by Bruce Ferrell
  • Sports: 1st Place for Winston Cup Today by Steve Shumake
  • Sports Special: 1st Place for “NC High School Football Scoreboard” by Eddie Thomas

WRAL-TV received these awards:

  • Spot News: 1st Place for “The Chase”
  • Special Report: 2nd Place for “The Chase”
  • Public Affairs: 2nd Place for “Stormtrack 2002”
  • Sports: 1st Place for “Chess With Jason Williams” by Bob Holliday
  • Sports Special: 1st Place for “Storm Surge”
  • Documentary: 1st Place for “Will to Live”
  • Investigative: 1st Place for “Justice on Hold” by Cullen Browder
  • Consumer/Economic: 1st Place for “Arsenic Wood”
  • Political General: 1st Place for “Phipps Trouble”
  • North Carolina Television Reporter of the Year: 2nd Place, Cullen Browder

The ENAC was formerly known as the Radio and Television News Directors Association of the Carolinas.

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