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Best Newscast Winners

The winners were announced during the show

KMJ-FM, Under 15 minutes (Div B)

KPCC-FM, Under 15 Minutes (Div A)

KNX-AM, Over 15 Minutes (Div A)

KTLA-TV Best Daytime Newscast (Div A)

KNBC-TV Best 30 Minute Newscast (Div A)

KNBC-TV Best 60 minute Newscast (Div A)

KBAK-TV Best Newscast (Div B)

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RTNA Honors Broadcasters

Presented during the 70th annual Golden Mike Awards® Ceremony in Universal City, CA

February 15, 2020 - RTNA President Chris Little with Broadcast Legend recipient Shepard Smith (Former Fox News Anchor) and Lifetime Achievement recipients Norma Roque (KMEX-TV) and Fred Roggin (KNBC-TV)

Shepard Smith Accepts Broadcast Legend Award

Former Fox News Anchor Shepard Smith received two standing ovations during his acceptance speech. He spoke about the importance of local news and attacks on the journalism profession. Smith's comments were inspiring and struck a chord with everyone in the room. He told the crowd he was truly humbled by the RTNA's Broadcast Legend Award.

 

Golden Mike Awards®

The RTNA honored the Public Information Officers from First Responder Agencies in Southern California

(left to right) CalFire Deputy Director Mike Mohler, LA City Fire Captain Cody Weireter; LA City Fire Captain Erik Scott; LAPD Commander Josh Rubenstein; LA County Fire Captain Tony Imbrenda; LA County Fire Inspector Sky Cornell; LA County Sheriff Sergeant Bob Boese

The Salute to First Responders segment was sponsored by attorney Tom Girardi and the PIO's were able to attend through the sponsorship of attorney James Bergener

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The board is comprised of active and retired media professionals, 

some of whom represent these broadcast news outlets  

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State of Media Relations in LA

For the first time in the history of the RTNA a survey was sent to reporters, videographers, editors and managers to assess the relationship between the LA Press Corps and the Los Angeles Police and Sheriff's Departments. The results were very interesting and have been used to lobby for change within both agencies. 

If you ever experience an issue with access, parking, or unresolved conflict in the field, press the button and let us know about it.

The RTNA's Media Access Committee will review your situation and be in touch.

OUTREACH

The RTNA produces events year-round that promote the field of journalism. Members of our board volunteer to speak to students and participate in job fairs. The RTNA has created interactive seminars, lectures and mentor programs

The RTNA also supports those who wish to pursue a career in journalism and communications through its scholarship program

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