GREELEY — KUNC public radio has received two regional Edward R. Murrow Awards from the Radio Television Digital News Association.
Regional winners advance to national competition. KUNC competes in Region 3 and is in the small-market radio division.
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KUNC won in two categories, continuing coverage and investigative journalism.
The station’s ongoing coverage of sexual harassment allegations at the Colorado capitol earned the award in continuing coverage.
Its report on a Denver landlord refusing to lease to Muslim restaurant owners won in the investigative reporting category.
Edward Roscoe Murrow was a pioneer in broadcast journalism who cut his teeth in the industry during World War II. He set a standard of excellence that is recognized in the awards named in his honor.