The Radio-Television News Directors Association of Canada (RTDNA) announced on Wednesday that CBC Windsor won three Central Region awards, receiving commendations for continuing coverage, diversity and long-form features.
CBC Windsor’s digital reporting on a domestic 911 call to former Windsor police Chief Al Frederick’s home secured the Continuing Coverage — Ron Laidlaw Award.
Katerina Georgieva’s radio story on southwestern Ontario students singing O Canada in Ojibway secured the Diversity — Adrienne Clarkson Award.
Stacey Janzer’s radio story on 15-year-old transgender gay comedian Louis Brady secured the Long Feature — Dave Rogers Award
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