Our Honorees Dodgers Broadcaster Jaime Jarrin and CBS2/KCAL Sports Anchor Jim Hill with RTNA President Chris Little at the 72nd Golden Mike Awards® at Hilton Universal.
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Joshua Barash Photography
Thank for attending our ceremony
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72nd Golden Mike Awards® Scholarship Recipients Brenda Elizondo from Cal State Fullerton, Briana Beverly from Cal State Fullerton, Viviana Hinojos from Cal State Fresno and Kristle Adler from Cal State Fullerton with RTNA Scholarship President Ernie Castelo
The Golden Mike Awards®
The Golden Mike Awards® is one of America's longest running broadcast news award programs. The Golden Mike Awards® is Southern California's most prestigious, and most coveted, broadcast journalism prize.
What sets the Golden Mikes apart from other competitions is the "Golden Mike Standard of Excellence". Unlike most awards contests in which winners are determined by selecting which entry is the "best" among all those submitted in each category, winners of the Golden Mike Awards®" must also meet the "Standard of Excellence".
The RTNA also bestows Lifetime Achievement Awards and honors Broadcast Legends.
Advancing A Free Press
The Radio and Television News Association of Southern California (RTNA) is a non-profit organization of professional broadcast journalist and advocates dedicated to protecting the public's right-to-know and First Amendment rights of a free press through our advocacy efforts with government.
The RTNA facilitates effective and unobtrusive media coverage of important news events through our efforts to co-ordinate pool cameras at important court cases, live celebrations and sensitive events like law enforcement and military memorials.
The RTNA provide a collegial forum for discussion of relevant issues facing the broadcast news industry through special events and encourages the development of excellent student journalists through our scholarship program.
Letter to Sheriff Villanueva Regarding
KPCC Reporter Josie Huang Case
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Covering Civil Unrest
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.
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