WRAL-TV Earns Multiple Finalist Nominations in RTDNAC Competition

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WRAL-TV Earns Multiple Finalist Nominations in RTDNAC Competition

RTDNAC logo WRAL-TV is proud to announce numerous entries among the finalists for this year’s Radio Television Digital News Association of the Carolinas (RTDNAC) contest.

The WRAL nominees are:
(Follow the links to view the actual entries)

Best Newscast
WRAL-TV – WRAL News at 11: Hurricane Irene – Martha Woodward, Mick Evans

WRAL-TV – WRAL Investigates: Sex Offenders Near Bus Stops – Kelcey Carlson, Randall Kerr, Greg Clark

WRAL-TV – WRAL Investigates: Nepotism – Cullen Browder, Randall Kerr, Greg Clark

News Documentary
WRAL-TV – WRAL Documentary: The Amendment – Clay Johnson, Jay Jennings, David Crabtree

WRAL-TV – Election 2012: October 11th – Lori Grant, Mick Evans

WRAL-TV – Governor Bev Perdue: Not Running – Martha Woodward, Dave Henderson

WRAL-TV – Invisible Homeless – Cullen Browder, Randall Kerr, Greg Clark

Special Report
WRAL-TV – John Edwards Trial – Stephanie Beck, James Ford, David Crabtree, Stacy Davis, Kelcey Carlson
WRAL-TV – Kathy Taft Murder Case – Lori Grant, James Ford, Renee Chou, David Crabtree, Jackie Hyland

Sports Special
WRAL-TV – The Journey to 903 – Jeff Gravley, Jason Jennings, Jay Jennings, Martha Woodward, Shan Zhong

Spot News
WRAL-TV – Hurricane Irene – WRAL-TV

TV News Anchor of the Year (Division I)
WRAL-TV – Debra Morgan

TV News Reporter of the Year (Division I)
WRAL-TV – Bryan Mims
WRAL-TV – Cullen Browder

The first and second place winners will be revealed at a luncheon on Saturday, October 20, 2012, at the Charlotte Motor Speedway.

For a complete list of all the categories, go to http://rtdnac.org/awards.

Thanks to WRAL-TV’s Rick Gall for contributions to this capcom story.

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