St. Louis Public Radio reporters receive honors
St. Louis Public Radio | 90.7 KWMU news reporters Adam Allington and Maria Altman received one first-place and three second-place awards from the Missouri Broadcasters Association in the Large Market Radio classification.
Allington received first-place honors in the Documentary/Public Affairs category for his “Foreclosures Hit the Market ” and two second-place honors – one in the News Series category for “St. Louis Auto Industry Struggles to Survive,” the other in the Sports category for “All-Star Economics.” Altman claimed second-place honors in the Documentary/Public Affairs category for her story “Public Defenders.”
The 2010 Missouri Broadcasters Association Annual Awards Banquet was held Saturday at the Lodge of Four Seasons at the Lake of the Ozarks.
St. Louis Public Radio provides the St. Louis region award-winning, in-depth news, insightful discussion, and entertaining programs that focus on the issues and people who shape our community, our country and our world. Signature programs include: “Morning Edition,” “All Things Considered,” “Fresh Air,” “This American Life,” “Marketplace,” “Car Talk,” “St. Louis on the Air,” “BBC World Service,” “The Tavis Smiley Show,” “Wait Wait … Don’t Tell Me!” and “A Prairie Home Companion.”
St. Louis Public Radio, which broadcasts in HD on 90.7, 90.7-2 and 90.7-3, reaches nearly 272,000 people each week in the bi-state area. St. Louis Public Radio is a member-supported service of the University of Missouri–St. Louis.
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